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It Takes Two, Movie, 1988 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Tˇmatelo con calma, cari˝o (Spain)
  • Se hai un dubbio... prendine due (Italy)

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ahight US

2007-09-22 19:16


chase between the Lamborghini and Ferarri:
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I only caught the tail end of this movie. I hadn't seen it on TV in a long time so I tried to capture the end of it. Decent movie if someone gets it on DVD.

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-09-22 19:50



Bravada PL

2007-11-23 19:40


On a slightly unrelated note... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=097bV5hkEjM


2007-11-23 19:47


:lol: I like to see old car adverts from the 80s and early 90s (sometimes they turn up when you watch a film on an old video), they are like a timewarp, you see extremely dated and obsolete cars that are now complete bangers looking all new and shiny. I wonder what happened to Talbot, they used to make such stylish cars :whistle:

-- Last edit: 2007-11-23 19:57:56

Bravada PL

2007-11-23 20:31


Talbot was resurrected when PSA (Peugeot Societe Anonyme which absorbed Citroen just before) acquired the remains of Chrysler Europe (Rootes Group, Simca), and it served as a brand for the models they took over (old Simcas and Chryslers, including the COTY Horizon and 1307/Alpine).

It didn't prove overly popular due to a combination of different reasons, one of them being the fact that Chrysler Europe was already falling flat on their face, which is why Auburn Hills sold them to PSA for $1 or something (provided PSA would take their debt). PSA only developed one Talbot on their own, the rather nice Samba (rebodied Peugeot 104) - although the Peugeot 309 was actually initially conceived as Talbot Arizona and only rebadged as Peugeot in the last moment (when PSA decided to do away with the underperforming Talbot), hence the "out of step" number.

PS. I can't say if Talbots are now complete bangers or not - so many of them were disposed of over the years you can hardly see any on the road.

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