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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Movie, 2019 IMDB

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tutscat US

2018-10-16 23:28

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Hello from California. I have photos of the October 15-16 shoot at Westwood Village, which happens to be my neck of the woods. The era of the film is 1969.

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tutscat US

2018-10-16 23:33

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I have a lot of pics.

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tutscat US

2018-10-16 23:50

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Antoine says set photos are good too, so I shall provide:

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tutscat US

2018-10-17 00:07

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The location is the intersection of Weyburn and Broxton. Two well known theaters are there, the Village and the Bruin. The Village especially has many film premiers. At the Village the marquee advertises the film "Pendulum." At the Bruin is the Matt Helm film "The Wrecking Crew," co-starring Sharon Tate. Much of the filming is inside and outside the Bruin. The Bruin can also be seen in "American Gigolo" and the Fatboy Slim music video "Praise You."

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tutscat US

2018-10-17 00:16

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Back to cars:

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tutscat US

2018-10-17 00:32

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tutscat US

2018-10-17 01:07

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tutscat US

2018-10-17 01:21

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tutscat US

2018-10-17 01:26

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tutscat US

2018-10-17 02:36

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tutscat US

2018-10-17 02:40

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tutscat US

2018-10-17 02:47

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Yellow Impala worked before, but broke down in front of me later during a shoot. Other cars hustled around it, making it look more realistically like L.A. traffic.

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tutscat US

2018-10-17 02:57

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tutscat US

2018-10-17 03:02

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tutscat US

2018-10-17 03:32

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The film spent a lot of resources to recreate the Westwood Village of 1969. For example, all the new signage and awnings at Stan's Donuts, and the resurrection of it's old name "The Corner Shoppe." Look closely and you can see Stan's Donuts signage. Everything else is for the film. Also there is signage for the film "Joanna" on a wall you can see in American Gigolo. On a beauty shop the film adds depictions of contemporaneous hairstyles. I go to Stan's often. Stan's doesn't have hot dogs any more, but I emailed Stan to say it was a good idea to have them again.

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tutscat US

2018-10-17 05:18

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Tonight, with most of the crews and trucks gone, the theater marquees are illuminated with Tarantino's vintage selections. They are great neon art. Flash a lot, of which I have video. I do not think I can post that effectively here. Single pics do not document all the colors.

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rjluna2 US

2018-10-17 13:52

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tutscat wrote Tonight, with most of the crews and trucks gone, the theater marquees are illuminated with Tarantino's vintage selections. They are great neon art. Flash a lot, of which I have video. I do not think I can post that effectively here. Single pics do not document all the colors.

Nice, you can post them at http://www.galleryoflights.org/mb/gallery/ :)

afonso BR

2019-04-02 03:47

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Pics from Trailer.

night cub US

2019-07-20 18:11

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So how many classic cars do you think Tarantino destroys in this one? In the commercial, I noticed the Continental is bashed up.

IHateFreedom US

2019-07-30 18:15

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I don't recall any cars getting destroyed. The blue Continental is in a scene where Brad Pitt challenges Bruce Lee to a fight. Lee tries to karate kick Pitt and Pitt grabs him and throws him into the car, heavily denting the front passenger side door. Pitt then gets thrown off the lot, partially since the Continental belonged to the stunt coordinator's (Kurt Russell) wife (Zoe Bell).

Roman Polanski drives a '50s MG T-type in the film. I recall a late '60s Jaguar E-type was one of DiCaprio's neighbor's cars.

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thestig8 US

2019-08-01 03:03

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The Cadillac is owned by Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio), but driven by Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) for a majority of the film. 4 star car easily.
Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie) drives a classic 911 hardtop in the film, there's also a Targa in the background in one scene, near a Ferrari 250 California.
A Volvo P1800 can be seen on DiCaprio's street, it's in the shadows near the end of the film but you can tell what it is due to the overall shape and some of the details.
One of Sharon Tate's friends has an early Firebird convertible seen near the end of the film.

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metal321 US

2019-08-04 20:37

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Didn't anyone see Margot Robbie's Cadillac in the movie.
I'm guessing that it was an Eldorado but I'm not sure.

night cub US

2019-08-05 23:56

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Article from Car & Driver:
https://www.caranddriver.com/features/a28587655/once-upon-a-time-movie-cars/

Ddey65 US

2019-08-18 14:55

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This Chevy C-Series panel truck is a '64.

This is another movie I want to see this summer. That and "Good Boys" and "Aladdin" (no cars, of course).

Ddey65 US

2019-08-18 16:33

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tutscat wrote Antoine says set photos are good too, so I shall provide:

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They didn't show that contemporary Kenworth in the third thumbnail, did they?

Lateef NO

2019-08-18 23:40

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There was a dilapidated 57 Studie among the wrecks at the Spahn Ranch. It stuck with me for some reason.

Skid US

2019-08-23 00:05

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The shell of a white 1959 Edsel convertible was also used on the Spahn Ranch set. I don't know if it's visible in the movie, but it shows up in behind the scenes pictures.

Ddey65 US

2019-08-25 07:12

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There's an early-1970's Ford F-Series Sports Custom pickup behind that yellow '62 Impala.

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And I hope somebody here finds a scene with this Imperial.

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Any chance you have a front view of this 2nd generation Ford Econoline van? Or even a passenger side view?



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night cub US

2019-08-25 07:21

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That Econoline is a 1969, the rear sidemarker is low, which was only on the 1969 model year

Ddey65 US

2019-08-31 05:20

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I like this '65 Ford Custom. That's incredibly well-preserved.

And it's one star.



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