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Ransom, Movie, 1974 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Die Uhr läuft ab (Germany)
  • Un homme voit rouge (France)
  • Ransom. Stato di emergenza per un rapimento (Italy)
  • Okup (Poland)
  • The Terrorists (USA)

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-10-08 19:31

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Filmed in Norway and the UK.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073796/locations

Lateef NO

2012-10-08 20:11

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Great add, 3loader!

carobserver MX

2012-10-08 20:46

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I remember in the intro credit appears a scene of a car that blow up, It was an Opel Rekord C?

3loader RU

2012-10-08 20:59

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@Lateef :beer:
@carobserver, you right there was a footage of carbomb in UK, but that was distant and pic was removed.
[Image: vlcsnap-2012-10-08-16h06m06s74.jpg]

Raul1983 FI

2012-10-08 21:02

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Good contribution. I saw this movie years ago from hotel TV in Italy. Good to see it finally added.

carobserver MX

2012-10-08 21:52

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3loader wrote @Lateef :beer:
@carobserver, you right there was a footage of carbomb in UK, but that was distant and pic was removed.
[Image: vlcsnap-2012-10-08-16h06m06s74.jpg]

thanks Lateef, maybe I was confused with a footage I saw in a INXS videoclip, lol :whistle:

Lateef NO

2012-10-08 21:54

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Thank 3loader, not me ;)

electra225 IT

2012-10-08 22:13

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There is a long sequence at the beginning while Sean Connery is talking to another officier on a street in which for a pair of minutes a ,ot of cars pass along, and I remember:
1) tan Audi 60
2) Cream Opel kadett a caravan
3) red '66 Vauxhall VX 4/90 FC
4) white and blue Lada 1200
5) dark grey Fiat 1500 C
6) Bright green metallic Opel Rekord
7) red Ford Cortina Mk III 2 door or / and red Taunus TC 2 door
8) white BMW 1500 or 1800 Neueklasse
9) light blue metallic Ford Granada Mk I
10) dark green Fiat 127 series I
11) red Opel Rekord C
12) red Ford 17m P7 B
13) dark green metallic Simca 1100 Break

sixcyl FR

2012-10-08 22:14

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Aircraft at:
http://impdb.org/index.php?title=Ransom
Pages posted by 3loader. thanks to him. ;)

Max_Power US

2015-12-03 18:46

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I have some video captures I took from this movie of a car I don't think was included. It was the British car which had a limo driver and was waiting for the Royal Mail delivery outside of the airport. From what I can compare of the pictures it's definitely not the Chrysler Newport driven by other British politicians in the movie. Can anybody identify? I included a clear shot of the license plate because I've noticed UK members are able to use it to search for vehicle data.

[Image: image.12.jpg] [Image: image.13.jpg] [Image: image.14.jpg] [Image: image.15.jpg]

I apologize if it's already included and I just missed it. Perhaps you can ad my vid caps of the car to its entry if I just didn't find its listing.

Thanks!

Sandie SX

2015-12-03 18:56

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It's: /vehicle_49097-Rover-2000-TC-P6-1973.html But it seems (in your third picture) to have the airdam of a 3500 V8 model :??:

dsl SX

2015-12-03 22:54

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Maybe 2 cars - not sure if plate fonts are the same. Second car looks 3500 - the grille badge has been blurred out or dirtied. Or maybe Scandinavian-spec 2000 had the underbumper grille for some reason - eg if air con fitted???

Sunbar UK

2015-12-03 23:04

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dsl wrote Maybe 2 cars - not sure if plate fonts are the same...


The CD plates are completely different also the font on the number plates differ in at least the 'CC' area. The listed car has a more open C shape the other almost a closed gap in the separate thumbnail.

-- Last edit: 2015-12-03 23:06:25

Lateef NO

2015-12-03 23:05

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Yes, that plate is definitely fake. It actually looks as if the "plate" was added afterwards by editing the original image (even appears to have been drawn?), it seems to be floating and it's otherwise inconsistent with the existing perspective lines. The edge of the real plate is seen under it on the right.

-- Last edit: 2015-12-03 23:20:28

Max_Power US

2015-12-07 19:34

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I can see exactly what you are talking about in regards to the license plate. The sequence of pictures I posted took place over under 10 seconds of the film. It's very interesting to appreciate how a few seconds of film can be blended together to contain two different cars and how the editor had the foresight to make the license plates match. This was the early 1970s so it wasn't as easy as editing it on a desktop computer. I don't think this film was ever remastered. Thanks for your help, it's great to have a resource of such experts!

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