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Time Travelers, Movie made for TV, 1976 IMDB

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no_car EE

2008-11-17 23:27

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CougarTim US

2008-11-18 02:03

First thumbnail in no_car's post has a circa-1965 Ford Mustang fastback and a 1962 Plymouth station wagon.

nzcarnerd NZ

2008-11-18 06:55

The white wagon in the second thumb looks like a 1962 Chevy 2 ( or should that be 11?) - probably a base 100 series model. If so it is quite a rare car as most buyers opted for the slightly more expensive models.

nzcarnerd NZ

2008-11-18 06:56

The third could be a 1975 Cadillac??

GodzillaFan54 CA

2024-05-13 15:09

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1976 made-for-TV science-fiction drama about two researchers having to contend with a disease outbreak for which no known cure exists, as all known records were destroyed in the Great Chicago Fire so they are sent back in time to 1871 Chicago to consult with the doctor who created the cure, but the already-stringent time limit becomes even more so once the Great Fire gets started! That dang cow...

Horse-drawn fire engine
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Old tractor or firetruck pulling a parade float, too far away to identify.
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Trivia; the outdoor sets for 1871 Chicago are the same sets used to portray 1890-era New York City in the 1969 film, Hello, Dolly!

Largely set between October 7th-9th, 1871, though the start and end of the film take place in the modern day.

Airdate: March 19th, 1976
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