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Belle du Seigneur, Movie, 2012 IMDB

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AleX_DJ AT

2019-12-14 13:37

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[Image: belleduseigneur201200187.jpg]

Movie origin: France [Image: FR.png] Luxembourg [Image: LU.png] Germany [Image: DE.png] Belgium [Image: BE.png] Switzerland [Image: CH.png] UK [Image: UK.png] / Filmed in: Switzerland [Image: CH.png] Luxembourg [Image: LU.png] Italy [Image: IT.png] / Set in: Switzerland [Image: CH.png] Italy [Image: IT.png]

Set in the 1930s

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-12-15 09:37

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Each day I sit here for an hour or two, looking at the dozens of images of identical hatchbacks, identical SUVs, and identical pickups that this database thinks are worthy of identification.
The magic phrase “set in the 1930s” appears, so I settle back in my geriatric commode, order another double gin and marmite, and await a few moments of enjoyment and intellectual p.t.

What do I get?

Two coachbuilt cars that are so close in that they could be anything, something that could be French, and the back of a van in the distance.

Wonderful.

I fully appreciate that dinosaurs like me are a) boring, and b) on the way out, and that you youngsters, id est anyone under 70, have different priorities, but really! What is more, the election is now over, so my other hobby of shouting at the tv is now obsolete for the next five years.

My application is sent off for membership of the local over 70s dwile flonking team,
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=pwFYRfvztw8
but there is again a five year waiting list so it’s back to the inebriate parachutists club.

-- Last edit: 2019-12-15 11:47:48

Gamer DE

2019-12-15 19:06

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Haven't you ever considered the fact that these movie cars might be rented from someone or some company, and could therefore make identifying easier?

kegare JP

2019-12-15 19:36

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johnfromstaffs wrote What do I get?


Why the feeling of needing to be rewarded? It isn't a pay-per-view site nor it is oldtimer-oriented in any way. Anyone can contribute content from any era. :)

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-12-15 20:13

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No, Gamer, I am not interested in doing that, I use my knowledge, not lists. Lists are fine for buses.

Kegare, you miss my points completely, why should anyone post such rubbish images in the first place, I’m not looking for reward, I’m looking for cars I can identify, end of.

-- Last edit: 2019-12-15 20:18:17

atom SE

2019-12-15 20:29

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johnfromstaffs, did you eat barbwire for breakfast this morning?

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-12-15 20:52

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atom wrote johnfromstaffs, did you eat barbwire for breakfast this morning?


Every morning dear boy, every morning!

It’s called “Shredded Wheat”.

Link to "www.nestle-cereals.com"

Apart from telling you that I eat the cheaper Aldi version. It is now nearing twelve years since I retired, perhaps it’s withdrawal symptoms from the Motor Industry.

-- Last edit: 2019-12-16 09:27:20

night cub US

2019-12-15 21:06

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Alex usually does add thumbnails, so there may be more pics coming.

Sidenote, we have plenty of older vehicles that are not ID'd. Go through some of the end pages of the Unidentified list.

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-12-15 21:09

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I have been doing that, but intermittently.

If there are better pictures, post them first.

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Sunbar UK

2019-12-16 13:19

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/vehicle_1330124.html happens to be a Rolls-Royce - a lot more views of side-front and side-rear is seen in the movie from 00:58:00 until 00:58:14, so wise to await further thumbnails. (I have only skipped through the movie).

My personal niggle lately is the lack of time stamps since it makes locating scenes in the movie more time consuming. I know they are not essential but they are very useful.

-- Last edit: 2019-12-16 14:18:07

Sunbar UK

2019-12-17 11:38

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Gamer wrote Haven't you ever considered the fact that these movie cars might be rented from someone or some company, and could therefore make identifying easier?


Movie credits for Pictures Cars - 'Fusco', 'Classic Rent'.

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