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That Touch of Mink, Movie, 1962 IMDB

Pictures provided by: Wrenchhead, Lateef

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Also known as:

  • Un soupçon de vison (France)
  • Il visone sulla pelle (Italy)


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wrenchhead US

2007-08-12 19:16

Movie was already listed with no pics. I added pics.

bluetwo US

2010-04-12 17:01

I lived on Bermuda from 1959 to 1962 and I never saw a Citroen DS. I think they are too big for the island's size restrictions on cars. Same goes for MG Magnettes. I know they had to take the side chrome strips off VW Karman Ghia sports models to meet the width rules.

techie68 CA

2014-03-25 16:57

@bluetwo, believe you are correct. Note the car seems to be driving on the "wrong" side - maybe they closed the road for filming these sequences, while American stunt doubles drove along. The white roofed houses in the distance are definitely Bermudian style, and this would be hard to set up without today's CGI technique. And, even today, do not think that casual visitors can rent ANY car (only motor scooters) unless they have some long term connection, e.g., former resident or work permit.

oddsox US

2015-12-13 22:28

Dozens of cars in traffic and background scenes.
Noted a '42(?) Lincoln Continental at 1:28:52 and '58 Edsel (Citation or Corsair) at 1:29:19
Link to "www.bing.com"


-- Last edit: 2015-12-13 23:14:41

Lateef NO

2022-04-30 21:57

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Lateef NO

2022-04-30 21:57

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CougarTim US

2022-05-01 23:34

At least two different planes in those photos.
Picture 1: Jet Clipper Tradewind was tail number N709PA, a 1958 Boeing 707-121; originally named Jet Clipper America, it was one of the first jet aircraft in Pan Am's fleet. Tragically lost in a crash in 1963.
Picture 5-6: N729PA in 1962 was the Jet Clipper Isabella, a 1960 Boeing 707-321; flew with Pan Am until 1971, scrapped in 1980.

sixcyl FR

2023-12-02 13:40

Aircraft at https://www.impdb.org/index.php?title=That_Touch_of_Mink by courtesy of Lateef who provided these pictures.

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