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Johnny Nobody, Movie, 1961 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Witness for the Defence (Australia)
  • Der Schuß aus dem Nichts (Germany)
  • Johnny X (Spain)
  • Aftos pou den fovithike ton Theo (Greece)
  • Senhor X (Portugal)

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s13a LT

2022-04-28 18:39

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Filmed in the Republic of Ireland.

Gongora ES

2022-05-01 15:50

Was there a law requiring cars sold in Ireland to be locally made? Because almost all of them are made in Ireland...

Gag Halfrunt UK

2022-05-01 16:04

From the link that dsl posted:
Quote In the early days of the Irish Free State, the economy was a mess that produced cows, Guinness and little else. Even tourism hadn't taken off. In 1933, a car dealer, FM Summerfield went to the Minister of Industry and Commerce, Seán Lemass, with a proposal - instead of importing fully-built cars from abroad, why not bring in the major parts and assemble them in Ireland? This wasn't a madcap idea; Summerfield argued (and Lemass agreed) that this kind of an operation would not only provide Irish jobs, but also stimulate ancillary industries and give the country the beginnings of an industrial base. The cars would be imported to Ireland in CKD (Completely Knocked Down) form, made up of, for example, the engine, body and chassis, whilst other parts of the cars like tyres, batteries, seats, springs and window-glass would be made locally. With Irish-assembled cars subject to a much lower level of taxation than imported Fully Built Up cars, it was an idea that took off in a way that nobody could have expected.

Link to "www.completecar.ie"

Gongora ES

2022-05-01 18:30


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