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Live and Let Die, Movie, 1973 IMDB

Pictures provided by: no_car, wickey, G-MANN, Robi

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Also known as:

  • Ian Fleming's Live and Let Die [James Bond]
  • James Bond 007 - Leben und sterben lassen (Germany)
  • Vive y deja morir (Spain)
  • Vivre et laisser mourir (France)
  • Agente 007 - Vivi e lascia morire (Italy)

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G-MANN UK

2008-10-06 20:18

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-- Last edit: 2012-09-05 02:42:36

Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-12-20 00:26

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Filmed in New York, New Orleans, Jamaica, etc.
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0070328/locations

-- Last edit: 2007-12-20 01:14:31

robi DE

2012-03-17 16:23

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There are a lot of background cars in this movie, which are not 1973 Chevrolets.

The next cars are seen driving on the NY-expressway in opposite direction:
Light-blue car:
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1963 SAAB 96
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1966 Dodge Charger
[Image: silbernescoupe.jpg]

1970 Ford Maverick
[Image: gelbescoupe.jpg]

1970 Capri
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When riding through New York in a taxi, other cars can be seen:

1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS
[Image: schwarzescoupe.jpg]

1971 Chevrolet Caprice Hardtop Sedan, 1964 Imperial Crown, Buick Skylark Wagon and another Saab on the other side of the road:
[Image: schwarzelimousinerotelimousinegrneseuropischesauto.jpg]

1971 Chevrolet Chevelle Wagon in the foreground and a yellow coupé on the other side of the road:
[Image: gelbescoupeundblauerkombi.jpg]

White truck (behind the "One-Way"-sign), grey Mercedes-Benz of unknown type left to it, two Volkswagen Karmann Ghia:
[Image: orangescoupemercedesweierlkwundblauescoupe.jpg]

1970 Chevrolet Bel Air
[Image: weiestaxi.jpg]

1968 Pontiac GTO
[Image: pontiacunbekanntesmodell.jpg]

Ford Gran Torino behind the Volkswagen:
[Image: grantorinoundbraunesauto.jpg]

New Orleans:

1966 Oldsmobile Toronado
[Image: blauescoupe.jpg]

GM-Pick-Up:
[Image: pickupvielleichtfordf-serie.jpg]


-- Last edit: 2014-07-12 21:33:45

racersg US

2012-05-27 16:08

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I think bothe the green and the blue vans are probably Fords or Dodges, maybe one could be a Ford and the other could be a Dodge, but if I had a photo of the fronts I could be sure.

-- Last edit: 2012-05-27 16:22:15 (antp)

opal TH

2012-10-14 16:01

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How many Brand new cars were destroy/damage?

robi DE

2012-10-14 16:26

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Not as many as in Matrix Reloaded, but I think ca. 15.

mendozar US

2012-11-24 06:59

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I'm pretty sure the scene where it's 75% Chevys and 25% Cadillacs and Bond backseat drives a taxi was filmed on the FDR Drive southbound between the South Street exit and the Battery Park terminus of the FDR.

AOLJU ES

2013-01-11 14:54

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Lots of 1973 Chevrolets were used (and wrecked) in this movie because the movie is sponsored by Chevrolet. They say it in the credits.

-- Last edit: 2013-01-11 14:55:06

jpts AU

2015-03-22 12:43

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From what I read about this film, this James Bond film was released at the height of the "Blaxploitation Era"; a film subgenre of the 1970s with African-Americans portrayed as pimps and big time gangsters driving around in their heavily customized cars; "the pimpmobiles".

This film used the stereotypes and cliché that were used in several Blaxploitation films in the 1970s; the ethnic slang, the fashion, the music and the pimpmobiles.

-- Last edit: 2017-05-04 16:30:06

hobbyDB US

2015-06-29 19:46

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There is a surprising array of models of some of the more minor cars from this movie.
Link to "www.hobbydb.com"

-- Last edit: 2015-06-29 19:59:02 (antp)

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