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...la main à couper, Movie, 1974 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Die abgetrennte Hand (Germany)
  • Chantaje a un adulterio (Spain)
  • Ujjlenyomat nincs (Hungary)
  • Un cadavere di troppo (Italy)
  • Esta tarde às 5 horas (Portugal)
  • Bloody Murder (USA)

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50sParis NL

2021-08-27 18:48

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electra225 IT

2021-08-27 23:46

dsl... I think to spot a Sunbeam Stiletto in the background of the Renault Alpine photo.

electra225 IT

2021-08-28 09:48

a personal note for dsl.... I begun to like The arrow cars after my dad brought from UK the Corgi blue and white scale model of the famous 1968 London Sidney Hunter. I haden't seen one in Italy and I found it very similar to the Fiat 124 Special but I apreciated the more squared roof line.
Some years later I went first to Britain in 1979 at almos 18.. I was a bit tired and actually not used to the left side driving and therefore, aproaching the bus that would have taken me from Luton airport to London centre, I didn't realize I had not watched to the correct side... I heard the typical sound of a car suddenly braking and terrorized I watched four haedlights of a bright gold with a blck vinyl roof Sceptre (if I remember well J registered) were sweetlt looking at me. The brakes of a Rootes car (even if in the Chrysler era) had saved me,
After that I had often thought about that attractive saloon draeming to be the proud owner...

johnfromstaffs EN

2021-08-28 16:55

I have probably had more experience of Arrow cars than other correspondents, having had four Hunter estates in six years, and additionally my father-in-law’s J registered Humber Sceptre, bought new and driven until it collapsed about six years later. My Hunters were also used very hard, I bought the first one off my employer with 93,000 miles and a shot gearbox. The second one required a new engine after a low mileage as the oil pump leaked, the third one caught fire, and the fourth one left me in one piece, but was destroyed in an accident by one of my colleagues. I have to tell you that the 1979 MkV Cortina estate is a much better car, but, to be fair, mine was a 2.0 GL, I still think it was the best car I have ever owned.

electra225 IT

2021-08-28 21:00

johnfromstaffs wrote I have probably had more experience of Arrow cars than other correspondents, having had four Hunter estates in six years, and additionally my father-in-law’s J registered Humber Sceptre, bought new and driven until it collapsed about six years later. My Hunters were also used very hard, I bought the first one off my employer with 93,000 miles and a shot gearbox. The second one required a new engine after a low mileage as the oil pump leaked, the third one caught fire, and the fourth one left me in one piece, but was destroyed in an accident by one of my colleagues. I have to tell you that the 1979 MkV Cortina estate is a much better car, but, to be fair, mine was a 2.0 GL, I still think it was the best car I have ever owned.


Thank you,,,interesting, The Cortima was too much common in my view,,, marketed as a Taunus here.

johnfromstaffs EN

2021-08-28 23:51

More Cortinas because it was a much better car by the MkV. By that time the Arrow was 12 or 13 years old and virtually unchanged apart from cosmetics, and shortly to be withdrawn from sale except as the Peycan. The Cortina had reached its 5th iteration. 2 litre ohc engine, stronger body shell, better interior space and seats and better appearance. No contest IMO.

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