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The Sugarland Express, Movie, 1974 IMDB

Pictures provided by: philr, Sunbar, police car fan, andrepa

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Also known as:

  • Sugarland Express
  • Boja evasió (Spain)
  • Loca evasión (Spain)
  • Kovat ratsastajat (Finland)
  • El expreso de Sugarland (Peru)
  • Asfalto Quente (Portugal)

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Sunbar UK

2007-02-25 16:21

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This is one movie I will not be listing all or even most of the background vehicles. ;)

There are enough vehicles that take part in the action to occupy quite a few hours. My problem will be trying to avoid duplicating models of cars. After that only a few background vehicles.

antp BE

2007-02-25 18:14

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Wouldn't it be interesting to still include some background ones? :??: e.g. most visible and most interesting ones

Sunbar UK

2007-02-25 18:24

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I will do..... I couldn't resist doing it anyway. ;)

Where they appear large enough I will post some but only the bigger ones.

Although not the background cars that are too small like these......

[Image: cap265en3.5950.jpg] [Image: cap266vo2.2766.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2007-02-25 18:26:44

carobserver MX

2007-02-25 23:49

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I have recorded this movie, I remember more cars like

* 1974 Ford Maverick
* 1972 Toyota Corona 2dr hardtop
* 1962 Volkswagen Beetle

ford_guy US

2007-02-26 01:58

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Sunbar wrote This is one movie I will not be listing all or even most of the background vehicles. ;)

There are enough vehicles that take part in the action to occupy quite a few hours. My problem will be trying to avoid duplicating models of cars. After that only a few background vehicles.


You should at least post those U.S. Border Patrol AMC matadors towards the end of the movie, just a thought.

hiergehts CH

2007-02-26 08:33

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Every time I see this film I'm amazed at how much of a stranglehold on the police market Chrysler had in those days. Something like 70-80% of the police vehicles in this film were from either Dodge or Plymouth... and it's the same thing for most late 60's thru mid 80's US films.

-- Last edit: 2007-02-26 08:35:26

Sunbar UK

2007-02-26 16:13

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I have the US Border Patrol cars and some others already for listing when I have time. I will list all the others as I find them.

carobserver, if you want to, you (or anybody) are welcome to add any from your own recordings. It will take me about a week to work through the movie.

antp BE

2007-02-26 18:16

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Sunbar >> you are not forced to add pictures ;) Your work is already well appreciated, if you do not have time to go through all the background cars of the movie it is not a problem at all: some day someone will maybe do it.

ford_guy US

2007-02-26 18:43

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antp wrote Sunbar >> you are not forced to add pictures ;) Your work is already well appreciated, if you do not have time to go through all the background cars of the movie it is not a problem at all: some day someone will maybe do it.


Yes, he's right. I already think you've done a fantastic job, and when I made the comment on the border patrol cars, it was just a recommendation for whenever you had the time.


-- Last edit: 2007-02-26 18:44:08

philr CA

2007-02-26 19:50

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Sunbar, I have this movie in VHS and I'd like if you could send me large pictures showing the blue 1966-67 Buick Riviera in the prison scene at the beginning of the movie because it's blurry on my tv screen. (If you have the time) It looks almost exactly like mine and it's only visible from the rear for two short moments. I'd like to identify it better.
Thanks

Phil

Sunbar UK

2007-02-26 20:03

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Antoine, No problem... I don't feel pressurised at all :) I will add them as and when I can. I only hope people understand why sometimes it seems to take a long time.

ford guy, I wouldn't want to miss anything of interest ;) Your comments are appreciated.

philr, I will have a look at the cars in the parking area at the start. A 1966-67 Buick Riviera I should be able to recognise as its only GM cars of this period 1965-71 that I am familiar with.

-- Last edit: 2007-02-26 20:32:00

Sunbar UK

2007-02-27 13:26

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ford guy and philr. I have added, I think, the pictures you wanted. :)

benny IT

2007-03-01 17:50

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Finally someone listed this great Spielberg's road movie! Thanks Sunbar for those pictures. ;)

Sunbar UK

2007-03-01 20:00

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There are still a few more... should be completed soon now.

Completed finally. :)

-- Last edit: 2007-03-05 20:27:24

garco NL

2012-07-30 20:57

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Before validating: Pictures must be resized first...

-- Last edit: 2012-07-30 20:57:15

police car fan NL

2012-07-31 14:19

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garco wrote Before validating: Pictures must be resized first...

huh? but mine have (almost) the same ratio :/

andrepa DE

2013-03-11 01:00

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[Image: contibus1.jpg]
just added bus from opening scene, in which Goldie Hawn is coming
Link to "www.theautomotiveindia.com"
same livery photo taken in 1974


-- Last edit: 2013-03-11 01:08:43

steve1234 US

2014-07-17 08:21

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Where is the green coronet from

police car fan NL

2014-12-09 16:45

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[Image: snap2697.jpg]

For rjluna2: :hello:

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rjluna2 US

2014-12-09 22:30

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police car fan wrote For rjluna2: :hello:

Thanks, police car fan :)

My comments at Traffic Lights in Internet Movie Car Database.

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