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Play It Cool, Movie, 1962 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Pigtrådsdrengene (Denmark)
  • Eggande toner (Sweden)

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s13a RU

2020-02-13 04:27

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Country: United Kingdom
Year: 1962
Genre: Drama, Musical

Director: Michael Winner
Starring: Billy Fury, Michael Anderson Jr., Dennis Price and others.

s13a RU

2020-02-13 04:30

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Blurry/distant vehicles:
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s13a RU

2020-02-13 04:31

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For IMPDb:
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s13a RU

2020-02-13 04:31

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Train:
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johnfromstaffs EN

2020-02-13 08:34

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My principal enjoyment of this site comes from identifying vehicles in the all too infrequent British films that appear.

Whooppee!

A British film!

Unwhooppee, everything (almost) already identified.

What’s the point?

I might as well have a frontal lobotomy and join the other brain dead idiots on Facebook.

-- Last edit: 2020-02-13 08:37:33

night cub US

2020-02-13 11:50

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I'm sorry and I hear you. It's always interesting to see the style in which posters enter new things when validating. Some enter every last detail for almost every single car, leaving very little for discussion. And others leave most blank. That's why I enter things generally at first, then go back and look up details. Gives everyone a chance to have their say, good or bad. If I ever get around to that season of The Saint that I recorded, I'll have plenty of unknowns for you.

s13a RU

2020-02-13 13:56

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johnfromstaffs wrote What’s the point?


I don't know what to say. If you see a vehicle in a movie and you recognize it, then what's the point of leaving it as "unknown"?? Doing screen caps is a nuisance and the only enjoyable part out of all of this, apart from watching the movie (if it's any good), is to identify the vehicles in it, especially the vehicles which I've almost never seen before (I've certainly never seen Armstrong Siddeley Hurricane in real life!), so by doing this research yourself, you're learning new things as a motoring enthusiast (and you can always correct it in the comment section if you see something wrongly entered or something else missing). Another thing is that, if you leave the entry as unknown, some else might identify it for you, often without leaving a comment and sometimes it can be misidentified, just like yesterday with this Cadillac, which I originally listed as 'Cadillac unknown', but some anonymous person thought it might be a good idea to call it a 'Fleetwood Sixty Special' for no apparent reason or another example here, where I listed it as 'Citroen unknown' but some annomymous person, again, lazely entered it as 'Citroen D' , which is just annoying :) . So when you list the cars yourself, at least you know you're held responsible for all the id's. And there are still 1/4 of the vehicles here in this movie that are not identified (or at least fully identified), and I don't enter the years (or additional info) for some of the cars with the visible number plates because I know that you or dsl will come up with the plate info.

The next time I could leave every single entry as "unknown" (even if some the cars would be instantly recognizable), but then, where's the fun part for me?

midnight US

2020-02-13 19:19

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@ johnfromstaffs, Maybe you would like adding your own UK movies/series, I'm surprised you haven't before. That way you have free reign over it until it gets added. I'm not interested in UK vehicles other than the first generation Range Rover/Series Land Rovers (in appearance not that I'm good at IDing them). For US movies I've noticed that people on the site are too good now and there's little room to identify anything in time when people like night cub, baube, rjluna2 are much better than me at IDing, even though I know more about US makes and models than anyone in real life that I've known besides this site.

johnfromstaffs EN

2020-02-13 21:22

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I don’t watch such things, and have no knowledge of what is available, even if I knew how to go about posting stuff.

We have a television set, but I mainly watch historical programmes and documentaries. I have a wireless and a gramophone. There is also time to be spent sailing, working on my Bentley, (very slowly), four grandkids, two dogs, and last, but not in the least least, rosemaryfromstaffs, whose every need has to be resolved.

-- Last edit: 2020-02-13 23:03:29

johnfromstaffs EN

2020-02-13 23:05

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I haven’t ridden in an Armstrong Siddeley Hurricane, but have in a Typhoon, a Whitley, and a Sapphire 346.

-- Last edit: 2020-02-13 23:08:38

LVCDC FR

2020-02-14 14:04

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s13a wrote For IMPDb:...


And IMPDB says Thank You !

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