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1951 Chrysler Crown Imperial [C-53]

1951 Chrysler Crown Imperial [C-53] in Superseven chiama Cairo, Movie, 1965 IMDB

Class: Cars, Limousine — Model origin: US

1951 Chrysler Crown Imperial [C-53]

Position 00:52:41 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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DynaMike NL

2013-09-28 12:46

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Imperial got a proper make only in 1955. This is a rare 1951 Chrysler Crown Imperial [C-53].

Cf. http://www.flickr.com/photos/21684795@N05/3834340517/

-- Last edit: 2013-09-28 12:52:14

DidierF FR

2013-09-28 14:16

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It's the kind of shot which says that the director was rather fond of cars. It has absolutely no relevance with the story, like the long sequence of tourists cars at the Italian-Swiss border. Or the old Ford in Cairo. And some others.

DidierF FR

2013-09-28 14:26

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Commander 57 US

2013-09-28 15:27

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"It's the kind of shot which says that the director was rather fond of cars."

I wonder what went wrong. Don't see that attitude now.

DidierF FR

2014-10-08 03:38

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Same car, same day, same director, but not exactly the same footage, for another film he was making:
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antp BE

2014-10-08 17:49

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Commander 57 wrote
I wonder what went wrong. Don't see that attitude now.

There are a lot of movies where cars are well handled rather than damaged/destroyed :p That's just we usually do not mention when nothing special happens to the cars.

DidierF FR

2014-10-08 18:01

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There is a bit more than that here, antp: some rather rare or well preserved cars were amorously filmed, though absolutely not connected to the action. A crush of the director or of the main operator, maybe. And probably an opportunistic choice.

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