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Sunday in New York, Movie, 1963 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Sonntag in New York (Germany)
  • Domingo en New York (Spain)
  • Un dimanche à New York (France)
  • Una domenica a New York (Italy)
  • Niedziela w Nowym Jorku (Poland)

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andrepa DE

2012-08-05 13:06

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goof: 707 landing + parking, with pilot watching out of Convair Coronado window
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-- Last edit: 2012-08-05 16:36:39

andrepa DE

2012-08-05 14:02

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[Image: pd.jpg] [Image: gm.jpg] [Image: inbus.jpg]
GMC "Old look" + "New Look" another 190SL

-- Last edit: 2012-08-06 12:49:25

93montero

2012-08-05 16:24

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I don't understand the goof.

andrepa DE

2012-08-05 16:33

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rearanged pics as in the opening scene we see TWA 707 landing, taxiing, to reach final parking position
3.3. last take is 707 format fitting size plane handler looking to the cockpit, and than surprise
3.4. the pilot glancing back at him from another airplane,http://www.flickr.com/photos/23269353@N00/7565578054/lightbox/ beeing Convair Coronado inserted in scene TWA 707 coming home
last thumb third row
Link to "www.flickr.com"
as the Convair has higher side window with rounded forward corner to give more ground surface visibility
but has no upper window at all
this bigger window maybe was the reason to choose TWA 880

-- Last edit: 2012-08-05 17:26:27

electra225 IT

2012-08-05 18:44

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I clearly remeber twi cars in this movie's traffic scenes:
1) a light blue '59 Chevrolet Impala very nice to see by behind (I love '59 Chevys)
2) a much rarer (in the USA) 1958+ Vauxhall Victor F, possibly grey if I remember well...!

andrepa DE

2012-08-05 18:58

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Hey electra225, sharing the fixation on ´59 Impala i only have captured this light blue 1960
/vehicle_521280-Chevrolet-Impala-1960.html
the Vauxhall maybe i missed, although eas focused on street scenes
as movie is 100min with 66 indoor talkie compared to 33min outdoor in bus talkie
maybe that is the reason many of us will remember but not contributed until now
i have another 60ies classic filmed in New York waiting for editing

-- Last edit: 2012-08-06 01:51:35

andrepa DE

2012-08-05 20:52

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as mentioned earlier, can only capture some stills when broadcasted,
so the missing Vauxhall comes on todo list next time :)

sixcyl FR

2012-10-18 22:36

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Aircraft at:
http://www.impdb.org/index.php?title=Sunday_in_New_York

Ddey65 US

2016-10-23 14:42

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Isn't this an Olds F-85/Cutlass?
[Image: 63a.jpg]

electra225 IT

2017-09-29 20:57

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Dear andrepa, sorry for the delay in answering. I just forgot. You might be right. Was it a '60.
Oh Yes I really love '59 Chevrolets too much.

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