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Shifshuf Naim, Movie, 1981 IMDB

Pictures provided by: Ralph, Jale

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Also known as:

  • Lemon Popsicle III
  • Eis am Stiel 3 - Liebeleien (Germany)
  • Lody na patyku 3 - Milostki (Poland)

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Ralph DE

2010-02-14 23:02

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Shifshuf Naim (IL DE 1981)
Story: Tel Aviv 1950s, filming location: Tel Aviv (Israel)

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rjluna2 US

2010-02-14 23:26

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@Ralph: Are you becoming like sixcyl?

carobserver MX

2010-02-14 23:30

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in Israel are often american cars in the 50s?

Ddey65 US

2010-02-15 00:12

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Hmm, an Israeli-West German teenexploitation film. Who are the redhead and the girl with the two ponytails and wire-framed glasses?


For the record, I checked out IMDb, and I have heard of the previous movie "Greasy Kid Stuff."

sixcyl FR

2010-02-15 01:00

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rjluna2 wrote @Ralph: Are you becoming like sixcyl?


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ingo DE

2010-02-15 11:15

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carobserver wrote in Israel are often american cars in the 50s?


In the past yes. They have searched for some of them for this movie, set in the early 60ies. For many years, up to the mid-90ies Israel was a "paradise" for old cars. Due the strict and high import-taxes new cars had bee extremely expensive. After this law was fallen, the Israelian market was flooded over with cheap Asian junk-cars, so many nice classic were thrown away then. :(

electra225 IT

2010-07-30 08:11

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Syria was much more interesting than Israel at the same era...In 1991 about half of the cars moving in Damascus were pre-1965 vehicles from every country...
I spent four summers in the Middle East in the last eighties and early ninetees and believe me: nothing was (for this aspect) better than Syria...!!!

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ingo DE

2010-07-30 11:55

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Syria is still good for seing old cars. This year I fellow from my license-plate-colletor's club has made a Near and Middle East-trip. The most different classic cars he found in Syria (more tan in the Iran). The most boring country about cars was Tadjikistan, he said - only Opel Vectra's.

*cough* I'm hoping, that one IMCDB-member could find in his summer-vactions the 1973 K 70, this guy has photographed close to the market in Damascus. I was getting active, when I've heard that... :whistle:

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