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To Live and Die in L.A., Movie, 1985 IMDB

Pictures provided by: mozinor, IRT_BMT_IND, LH2, typhlosion, Blackwalls, police car fan, Classics fan, Reg1992

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  • Police fédérale, Los Angeles (France)

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Snookie US

2006-10-20 23:02

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The one thing about this film is the feel. It seems so real, and not as cheesy as most action films are. This film had a very low budget, so they made use of everything they had. This also explains why most of the Secret Service cars are seen through out the entire movie.

Snookie US

2007-01-31 22:29

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Santa Fe GP40, Amtrak F40PH, and a Southern Pacific/Cotton Belt U boat

rpcm PT

2007-02-06 21:44

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A great soundtrack too, by a British band called Wang Chung.

vilero ES

2009-05-20 20:37

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Added 19 new vehicles (3 of them 2[*][*]) courtesy of user 'typhlosion'

carchasesfanatic ES

2009-05-21 00:38

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Does anybody know why was this chase filmed with the cars driving on the wrong side of the road?

ford_guy US

2009-05-21 01:10

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wikipedia wrote The backwards car chase on a Los Angeles freeway sequence was one of the last things shot in the film and it took six weeks to shoot. At this point, Friedkin was working with a very stripped down crew. He came up with the idea of staging the chase against the flow of traffic on February 25, 1963 when he was driving home from a wedding in Chicago. He fell asleep at the wheel and woke up in the wrong lane with oncoming traffic heading straight for him. He swerved back to his side of the road and for the next 20 years wondered how he was going to use it in a film. He told stunt coordinator Buddy Joe Hooker that if they could come up with a chase better than the one in The French Connection then it would be in the film. If not, he would not use it. Petersen did a lot of his own driving during this sequence and actor John Pankow's stressed out reactions were real. Three weekends were spent on sections of the Long Beach Freeway near Wilmington, California that were closed for four hours at a time to allow the crew to stage the chaotic chase. With delays, the film ran a reported $1 million over budget.


By the way CCF, did you get my comment on this page?
/vehicle_130715-Ford-Crown-Victoria-1998.html

carchasesfanatic ES

2009-05-21 01:24

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Oh no i had not, i'll do it tomorrow if i remember, anyway thanks for the quoting, but that doesn't respond to why the traffic cars are driving on the wrong side as if they were for example in Great Britain :/

dudley UK

2009-05-21 12:10

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But that's the right side...

Snookie US

2009-05-21 18:39

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carchasesfanatic wrote But that doesn't respond to why the traffic cars are driving on the wrong side as if they were for example in Great Britain :/


The reason for that is stated by John Pankow on the SE DVD:

"The traffic looked like Britain. Billy (Friedkin) wanted it to be chaotic. So while we were going the right way, everyone else was going the wrong way, thus adding to the confusion and complexity of the scene."

carchasesfanatic ES

2009-05-21 19:02

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I still don't get it sorry, that doesn't respond to why did they decide to put the traffic going on the wrong side, the traffic, not them /vehicle_228932-Cadillac-Fleetwood-Eldorado-1973.html

Snookie US

2009-05-22 02:37

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That way it looked more confusing...then again I don't even know myself!! BTW CCF, have you seen the movie I posted on YouTube?

jettalover US

2009-10-21 07:25

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Shocking ending to this movie. More people need to watch this movie.

typhlosion US

2011-05-08 07:44

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the just added a FEW more :)

walter IT

2011-05-08 13:00

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What should we do with the black borders of the new pics? There are a lot of pics already listed with them...

typhlosion US

2011-05-11 19:14

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ummmm whats going down charlie brown?

walter IT

2011-05-14 14:27

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typhlosion, can you please remove the black borders of your new pics? I'm afraid they can't be validated if you don't do that :/

typhlosion US

2011-05-21 06:37

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ok will do..... grumbles

typhlosion US

2011-05-21 15:44

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.......... done!

police car fan NL

2013-06-24 16:36

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garco NL

2013-06-25 12:07

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@police car van:
als je nou gewoon eens aangeeft welke auto je bedoelt op de foto? We hebben daar zo'n handig vierkantje voor, dat maakt het iets makkelijker voor ons...
Ohja, en geen twee dezelfde foto's posten voor veel voorkomende auto's...

police car fan NL

2013-06-25 12:18

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@garco, hoe moet dat dan?

garco NL

2013-06-25 13:51

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Als het goed is, is er een link 'select on picture', het plaatje verschijnt en je kunt klikken waar de auto in kwestie zich bevind.

police car fan NL

2013-06-25 15:23

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Dankje wel Garco! :) Ik dacht dat ik daarvoor een administrator moest zijn om dat te kunnen. :D

Sandie SX

2013-06-25 19:48

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There's still a few needing replacements (either different views or not posted). Pics without subs would be preferable too.

I'm adding this to the last completed list though, as there are some unknowns to identify and it has taken a long time for the movie to be sorted out.

ingo DE

2013-06-25 19:57

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more junkyard-pics available?

garco NL

2013-06-27 11:13

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police car fan wrote Dankje wel Garco! :) Ik dacht dat ik daarvoor een administrator moest zijn om dat te kunnen. :D


Hm, dat zou misschien nog kunnen, probeer het maar eens.

Classics fan BG

2016-04-13 08:12

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I find one car which seems to be a '73 Monte Carlo. Can somebody provide it in better quality?

[Image: mntcrl.jpg]

Reg1992 US

2016-04-27 11:48

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Classics fan wrote I find one car which seems to be a '73 Monte Carlo. Can somebody provide it in better quality?

[Image: mntcrl.jpg]


I have the highest possibly quality version of this movie - but no, unfortunately there doesn't seem to be a way to get a decent shot of that Monte Carlo since the camera angle is quickly changing at that moment.

Classics fan BG

2016-04-27 20:25

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OK. Thanks for replying me.

Reg1992 US

2016-07-17 10:40

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I also spotted this interesting orange wagon at 01:25:54 into the movie. Not sure what it could be.

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rjluna2 US

2016-07-18 14:59

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Reg1992 wrote I also spotted this interesting orange wagon at 01:25:54 into the movie. Not sure what it could be.

I think this is an old Ford Pinto :think:

mike962 DE

2016-12-28 12:05

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:D

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Reg1992 US

2017-11-28 12:37

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I can't get enough of this movie. It's one of the only movies that actually knows how to get me on the edge of my seat, no matter how many times I watch it. There's just something about it that mystifies me.

One of my favorite movies of all-time.

Lateef NO

2017-11-28 13:07

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Great atmosphere, great acting, great action sequences, great ending, great music - an overlooked masterpiece.

Reg1992 US

2018-08-19 10:48

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1973-76 Ford Torino Squire Wagon spotted here, parked on the left:
[Image: la1.jpg]

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