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Rallijs, Movie, 1978 IMDB

Pictures provided by: 3loader, Dickkiller

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Also known as:

  • Rally
  • Ралли (USSR)

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3loader RU

2010-06-17 19:20

[Image: f5a96484823472.jpg] Location USSR, Poland, GDR.
I didn't find this movie in imdb.
Director same as in Mirazh /movie_254913-Mirazh.html
I think sourse of western cars is basicly the same museuim in Riga.

-- Last edit: 2010-06-17 21:25:18

walter IT

2010-06-17 20:45

Some info ;)
http://www.citwf.com/film287469.htm

3loader RU

2010-06-17 22:11

In russian sources it is 1978 movie. But first shown in Moscow in september 1979.

ingo DE

2010-06-18 11:27

3loader wrote
I think sourse of western cars is basicly the same museuim in Riga.


Which cars do you mean? I think, the Rallye-cars rather not, as it seems, that they are authentic (the Saab 99, the Porsche 911, the BMW 2002 ti, etc.)
Maybe the Ford P5?

3loader RU

2010-06-18 11:43

Yes, ingo, some (most)of rally car is real. But i have doubts about early 911 without number. All Taunuses, Opel Admiral and MB [W115]looks like museum.

-- Last edit: 2010-06-18 12:32:48

ingo DE

2010-06-18 12:09

You mean that car: /vehicle_310782-Porsche-911.html ?

It sems to be an authentic one. Even the company on the sticker seems still existing: http://www.holstein-haus.de/
It sits in the same area, the Porsche was registrated. The RD-plate (a rather uncommon tape-version) is from Rendsburg, in the far North of Germany, and it looks authentic, too.

:think: The same as on the sticker or not? I'm not really sure http://www.elevit.ch/scripts/pages/de/home.php


P.S. If there were more shots from the plates, for example from the BMW CSi and the E-Rekord, we can say more about the authentity. It was filmed in other countries, too, as you wrote, so maybe some real West German or French tourist-cars were involved.

-- Last edit: 2010-06-18 12:52:54

3loader RU

2010-06-18 12:27

Well, cars on the border and in Berlin looks authentic and modern for its time.
Anyway this movie got unusual car set. Those Porsches and others is too expensive for museum. Now i got how filmmakers get it in movie.
Autosport and motosport was very popular in baltic respublics of SU.
Movie itself maybe little weak as detective but (IMHO) better than "Mirage", coz they not try to represent "cruel capitalistic reality".

Gag Halfrunt UK

2010-06-18 17:05

3loader, have you got any more Soviet films with fake Western locations? :)

3loader RU

2010-06-18 17:32

Thats not a big problem. It was, usualy, Rigas film studio of late 70's, 80's. But not only. I don't remember all theyr titles (coz they was booring) but ill find them and post.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2010-06-18 17:47

Спасибо! :)

3loader RU

2010-06-18 20:48

:)

nica191 DE

2010-11-23 15:03

Hallo 3loader,

very beautifully your pictures are to be seen of the film "Rally".
I saw the film in 80's in the GDR and look for it for a long time.

There is still the film in the original ? You can possibly send the film to me ?

I would be pleased much if you a way know !

My email: wabu353wr@gmx.de

Thank you and best greetings

Gamer DE

2018-02-05 17:59

Original Latvian title: Rallijs.

50sParis NL

2018-05-26 17:26

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sixcyl FR

2020-04-17 13:30

Aircraft seen in this film:
http://www.impdb.org/index.php?title=Rallijs

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