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Houbbi Lazi La Yamout, Movie, 1984

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  • My Never Dying Love

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karoomay SY

2012-07-13 19:52

حبي الذي لا يموت
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Filmed in Beirut, Lebanon

Not listed on IMDb, so link to elCinema (Egyptian film website): http://www.elcinema.com/work/wk1010435/

Also, under each image, you may notice some annoying text that says "JhOnl-E" but I couldn't find a better quality version of this movie without the distracting tacky text in the bottom. :/ So I want to apologize for that.

karoomay SY

2012-07-14 03:29

Phew! Finally done adding cars [:tinostar]
This took longer than I expected

-- Last edit: 2012-07-14 03:30:58

rjluna2 US

2012-07-14 03:39

Good job despite the quality pictures, karoomay :king:

Sandie SX

2012-07-14 03:43

Nice job! Very many Lateef-cars.

PhilR CA

2012-07-14 03:43

It seems that Liban had quantities of cars from most major car producing countries (or almost!): USSR, France, Germany, America, Japan, Sweden, UK, Corea, Italy...

dsl SX

2012-07-14 03:45

Another unpredictable mixture of cars - something for everyone (well nearly everyone - ingo might have to open another tin of Aldi's best haggis instead). We often get the best variety from countries without a native car industry N, DK, SF, East Mediterranean/Middle East etc, and this is a great example.

ingo DE

2012-07-14 14:51

:think: Where do we have the smallest variety of cars? I think, in South Korean movies.

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