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1982 Holden Commodore Wagon [VH]

1982 Holden Commodore Wagon [VH] in The Castle, Movie, 1997 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: AU

1982 Holden Commodore Wagon [VH]

Position 00:14:41 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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antp BE

2007-03-29 17:44

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VH, or VK ?

valiant1962 AU

2007-03-29 23:42

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VH, 1982-3

Torana Fan AU

2007-10-16 12:11

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Should have 2 or 3 stars as car gets passed by police car on the way to bonniedoon, plus gets front screen smashed in driveway.

antp BE

2007-10-16 23:23

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What do you mean by "passed by"? (sorry I am not native English speaker :D)
If it is just seen in background, even several times, it is still 1star.
If front screen is smashed it may be considered as involved in action...

Torana Fan AU

2007-11-08 11:11

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Well if you have watched the film the car is used in several places , it us used to drive to bonniedoon which the family is traveling in, so yes it should be used as action because a its moving and b main characters of the film are featured traveling in it. If its background in one location one star could be justifyed but being used on more than one place i dont think so.

antp BE

2007-11-08 13:41

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I didn't seen the movie, that's why I asked.

dudley UK

2007-11-08 13:45

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"We're going to Bonniedoon..."

mister car from 971

2013-10-10 18:46

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It looks like an Australian station wagon version of the Opel Ascona/Vauxhall Cavalier...

ingo DE

2013-10-10 18:52

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mister car from 971 wrote It looks like an Australian station wagon version of the Opel Ascona/Vauxhall Cavalier...

No, of the bigger Rekord E-based Commodore.

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