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Genevieve, Movie, 1953 IMDB

Pictures provided by: aecsouthall, Sunbar, kudos, chicomarx

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Also known as:

  • Die feurige Isabella (Germany)
  • På weekend med Genevieve (Denmark)
  • Genoveva (Spain)
  • Vauhtihirmut valloillaan (Finland)
  • Geneviève (France)
  • La rivale di mia moglie (Italy)
  • O Dona Elvira (Portugal)
  • På vift med Genevieve (Sweden)

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stronghold EN

2006-11-11 03:10

I've taken advantage of aecsouthall's pics ...and made four entries out of two.! (..any star ratings for these.?)

Alexander DE

2006-11-11 10:35

The yellow veteran car could be a Delaunay-Belleville.

Sunbar UK

2006-11-11 10:46

Alexander wrote The yellow veteran car could be a Delaunay-Belleville.


From Wikipedia - The yellow car should be driven by Kenneth More is a 1904 Spyker. The car before it is 'Genevieve' a 1904 Darracq.

"Alan McKim (John Gregson), a young barrister and his wife Wendy (Dinah Sheridan), drive Genevieve, a 1904 Darracq.

Their friend Ambrose Claverhouse (Kenneth More), a brash advertising salesman, and his latest girlfriend Rosalind Peters (Kay Kendall), a fashion model, drive a 1904 Spyker."

It should be fairly easy to add or replace pictures with captures from the movie in the future.

The film is shown regularly on UK TV, particularly at holiday times. ;)


-- Last edit: 2006-11-11 11:23:36

Alexander DE

2006-11-11 12:39

Sunbar wrote From Wikipedia - The yellow car should be driven by Kenneth More is a 1904 Spyker. The car before it is 'Genevieve' a 1904 Darracq. ...

Thanks, Sunbar. With your info I found some other pictures (see car pages).

Sunbar UK

2007-04-04 19:52

Sunbar wrote

It should be fairly easy to add or replace pictures with captures from the movie in the future.

The film is shown regularly on UK TV, particularly at holiday times. ;)


As expected, being close to Easter, this movie was on TV so expect some more pictures shortly.

robgeelen NL

2007-04-08 15:52

In fact one of the two 'star'cars, both of which are now in the national Dutch Car Museum, is actually 1905 production, and as the cut-off date for the London Brighton run actually is 31.12.1904, the car had to to given (it was) dispensation by the RAC to participate a few years ago!

sixcyl FR

2007-04-14 10:29

Very interesting mix of 50's cars and veterans :)

Sunbar UK

2007-04-14 11:05

When the movie was made the veterans were about 50 years old, most if not all are still to be found running at 100+ years, in the London-Brighton event. However the newer pre and post war cars and commercials will all have almost certainly perished after ten to fifteen years.

-- Last edit: 2007-04-14 17:21:15

Sunbar UK

2009-02-28 16:56

More unidentified background vehicles.

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At 1:14:35 a green van on the right [*] two pictures of a blurred blue van 0:02:43 [*] and a veteran car at 0:28:47 [*]

-- Last edit: 2011-08-06 11:34:55

kudos SX

2015-04-12 02:01

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Replacement captures added from the DVD, additional images added and a few new entries created.

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richard davies EN

2016-10-09 00:47

In one of the shots of the VCC cars lining up we had a good view of a Lanchester (I think), but it doesn't seem to be listed above.

chicomarx BE

2016-12-01 00:47

@richard davies I'm adding a few more.

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