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Posted 2011-02-11 10:50 AM (#260585 - in reply to #155680)
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There was a 1957 plymouth police car in the movie "The Blob"
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Posted 2011-02-11 12:11 PM (#260595 - in reply to #155680)
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Posted 2011-02-11 4:56 PM (#260618 - in reply to #155680)
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!955 Plymouth Belvedere in "Catch Me If You Can"
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Posted 2011-02-11 7:47 PM (#260655 - in reply to #155870)
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forwardlookparts - 2008-12-17 7:21 PM

I get a kick out of this: Every two or three months there is a new "FL Cars in Movies" thread!



I thought this subject had been covered before too!
If I recall correctly the old post had videos and scenes of the lineup as well.
We should just keep adding to the first thread on Forward Looks in movies so it will grow with more info like the forward looks in old postcards thread does.

Don't forget all the Forward Looks in the Jerry Lewis films like "Hollywood or bust" and "visit to a small planet"..there's a flying Plymouth in that one.

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Posted 2011-02-11 7:59 PM (#260659 - in reply to #180727)
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Fins/413 - 2009-07-07 9:36 AM

Not movies but TV shows, "Leave it to Beaver" used Plymouth's after the first season(Ford's in 1957). In the opening credits there is a car driving by (58 Chrysler?). Another show "Batchelor Father" uses an Imperial conv.


I'm pretty sure "Leave it to Beaver" wasn't sponsored by Chrysler until 1959,that's the first season Ward drove a Plymouth,prior to that they were all Fords.

There is one episode where Beaver is playing in Wards 1961 Plymouth four door and it rolls into the street,if you look closely at the interior shots where Beaver and his friend are inside the car you can tell it's one of the Fords and the shoved boards into the Plymouth to make it less noticeable when it rolled into the street as the ford was a post model (sedan)

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Posted 2011-02-11 8:05 PM (#260661 - in reply to #180947)
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Fins/413 - 2009-07-09 5:42 AM

Fins/413 - 2009-07-07 9:36 AM

Not movies but TV shows, "Leave it to Beaver" used Plymouth's after the first season(Ford's in 1957). In the opening credits there is a car driving by (58 Chrysler?). Another show "Batchelor Father" uses an Imperial conv.

Correction I think its a DeSoto in the opening for "Beaver"


Correct,the car is a 1959 DeSoto,but it's in the closing credits.

"Leave it to Beaver" was sponsored by Ford for 1957-1958.

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Posted 2011-02-11 8:15 PM (#260664 - in reply to #203906)
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58 DESOTOS RULE - 2010-01-05 12:30 PM

Just for Adriana, here are some shots of 1961 Plymouths in an episode of the situation comedy "Leave It To Beaver". It looks like Mayfield (the town where the show was set) had an aggressive Chrysler-Plymouth dealer as all of the cars appear to be either Chryslers or Plymouths. There are a few Dodges too and one Imperial.


These shots are from the episode "Beaver takes a drive" that I was talking about.
The prop dept used a Ford rigged with a Plymouth steering wheel for the shots where Beaver was inside pretending to drive the car,then when the car rolled into the street they showed the 1961 Plymouth again,but since it was a four door hardtop they shoved pieces of wood in between the doors to make it appear the car has pillars like a sedan.

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Posted 2011-02-12 7:15 AM (#260710 - in reply to #155680)
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It's probably in one of the other threads, but a '58 Imperial Crown convertible figures prominently in "High School Confidential." Great opening titles, with Jerry Lee Lewis performing on the back of a truck...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qpb5OvJc_Fk

The Imperial shows up at 1:22 and again at 2:17 into the clip.

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Posted 2011-02-12 9:19 AM (#260724 - in reply to #155680)
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Another solid Ford show was 77 Sunset Strip...

I wonder what effect it might have had on buyers if they'd had Chrysler products for the boys there? And a genuine Hemi in the Kookie Byrnes hotrod, of course.
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Posted 2011-02-12 10:04 AM (#260729 - in reply to #155680)
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Other movie's with the 1958 Imperial are:

Attack Of The 50 Foot Woman ...
King Creole ...
The Godfather - Part II ...
High School Confidential ...

http://www.imperialclub.com/Movies/1958.htm



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Posted 2011-02-12 10:54 AM (#260730 - in reply to #260724)
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Ray Bell - 2011-02-12 9:19 AM

Another solid Ford show was 77 Sunset Strip...

I wonder what effect it might have had on buyers if they'd had Chrysler products for the boys there? And a genuine Hemi in the Kookie Byrnes hotrod, of course.


Andy Griffith was the same way a town of nothing but Fords!
There were a few early episodes though where you'd see other makes.

I've always wondered why more shows werent sponsored by Chrysler back then.
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Posted 2011-02-25 5:50 PM (#262501 - in reply to #155680)
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In "Animal House" there's a 57-8 Plymouth four door sedan in the front yard.
In the original "Hairspray", the family car is a 57-8 Plymouth four door sedan.
In "Tammy and the Bachelor" there are new 56 Plymouth, DeSoto and Chrysler convertibles. Also a Dodge four door sedan I think. The Chrysler is one shade of light pink, don't know what it's called. Anybody?
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Posted 2011-02-25 6:13 PM (#262506 - in reply to #156096)
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Posted 2011-02-25 8:10 PM (#262521 - in reply to #155680)
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Posted 2011-02-25 8:28 PM (#262524 - in reply to #155680)
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Remember in "Godfather 2" when michael shuts the door in kays face without saying a word? There's a 57 dodge taxi waiting for her outside.

In "Goodfellas" a quick shot outside of a bar shows a red 300, 61 or 62?

It's mobster movie week on AMC.



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Posted 2011-05-04 5:50 AM (#271043 - in reply to #155680)
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Some really good ones in, "Attack of the 50 Foot Woman," 1958, whose star, Yvette Vickers,
was just found in her L.A. home, apparently "mummified," after being dead for about a year.

In the campy flic, the former Playboy Playmate towered over the '58 Imperial (in a great chase scene)
and Plymouth Sport Suburban, below.

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Posted 2011-05-04 5:55 PM (#271118 - in reply to #155680)
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Posted 2011-12-18 3:19 AM (#300126 - in reply to #271118)
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Commercial vehicle insurance "Raggare" from 1979 Sweden

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Posted 2011-12-31 10:34 PM (#301710 - in reply to #155680)
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hey guys, how about the cab in the last scene of Breakfast at Tiffany's?

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Posted 2012-01-01 7:18 AM (#301736 - in reply to #260730)
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1960DesotoAdventurer - 2011-02-12 10:54 AM

Ray Bell - 2011-02-12 9:19 AM

Another solid Ford show was 77 Sunset Strip...

I wonder what effect it might have had on buyers if they'd had Chrysler products for the boys there? And a genuine Hemi in the Kookie Byrnes hotrod, of course.


Andy Griffith was the same way a town of nothing but Fords!
There were a few early episodes though where you'd see other makes.

I've always wondered why more shows werent sponsored by Chrysler back then.


Most of the shows that used cars were not sponsored by auto manufacturers but if you watch the credits at the end you will see "Automobiles Furnished By XXXX". Chrysler furnished cars for Beverly Hillbillies and Green Acres but did not sponsor either show. They sponsored the Bob Hope show but never supplied cars as the show was done on a stage. Same with Lincoln-Mercury and the Ed Sullivan Show. Perry Mason used Ford products but no Ford commercials. Perry's practise must have improved over the years as he drove Fords in the first couple of years and then Lincolns in the 1960's.

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Posted 2012-01-01 10:43 PM (#301805 - in reply to #301736)
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In "Imitation of Life" (1959) look for lots of shots of a Gauguin Red '57 Chrysler 300C convertible

In "Love Field" (1992) a film using the Nov 22, 1963 JFK assassination as its beginning, look for a red 1961 Chrysler 300G hardtop
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Posted 2012-01-01 11:52 PM (#301815 - in reply to #301710)
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Posted 2012-01-02 1:01 AM (#301821 - in reply to #155680)
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Posted 2012-01-02 3:15 AM (#301827 - in reply to #155680)
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I got the complete "Crime Story" set for christmas

Lots of FL cars in that

I have only watched the first few episodes so far (paceing myself) and you see a 61 Plymouth a fair bit

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Posted 2012-01-02 4:41 AM (#301829 - in reply to #301736)
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Ray Bell - 2011-02-12 9:19 AM

Another solid Ford show was 77 Sunset Strip...

I wonder what effect it might have had on buyers if they'd had Chrysler products for the boys there? And a genuine Hemi in the Kookie Byrnes hotrod, of course.


Andy Griffith was the same way a town of nothing but Fords!
There were a few early episodes though where you'd see other makes.

I've always wondered why more shows werent sponsored by Chrysler back then.



Most of the shows that used cars were not sponsored by auto manufacturers but if you watch the credits at the end you will see "Automobiles Furnished By XXXX". Chrysler furnished cars for Beverly Hillbillies and Green Acres but did not sponsor either show. They sponsored the Bob Hope show but never supplied cars as the show was done on a stage. Same with Lincoln-Mercury and the Ed Sullivan Show. Perry Mason used Ford products but no Ford commercials. Perry's practise must have improved over the years as he drove Fords in the first couple of years and then Lincolns in the 1960's.



I'm sure it did,after all he never lost a case! I always like Paul Drakes T-Birds best.I can't remember if the ever showed what Della drove or not.
There are lots of Forward Looks in "The Twilight Zone" as well.If you watch the episode "Nick of Time" with William Shatner there is a 1958 Belvedere 2dr hardtop parked in plain view in the park scene.
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Posted 2012-01-02 7:25 AM (#301834 - in reply to #155680)
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Is the ambulance in Ghostbusters a Forward Look car?
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Posted 2012-01-02 7:32 AM (#301835 - in reply to #301834)
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GearSpear - 2012-01-01 7:25 PM

Is the ambulance in Ghostbusters a Forward Look car?


'59 Miller-Meterior Cadillac
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Posted 2012-01-02 1:45 PM (#301860 - in reply to #262501)
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Dan C - 2011-02-25 5:50 PM

In "Tammy and the Bachelor" there are new 56 Plymouth, DeSoto and Chrysler convertibles. Also a Dodge four door sedan I think. The Chrysler is one shade of light pink, don't know what it's called. Anybody?


The '56 DeSoto (or is it a Chrylser?) pulls up at 8:19...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uul2d67PEqY&feature=related


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Posted 2012-01-02 2:30 PM (#301865 - in reply to #155680)
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At 5:36, we see the hood ornament. Pretty car.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XbwBocIdCKo&feature=related

At 6:24, we see the rear of the car with Chrysler spelled out on the trunk lid.

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Posted 2012-01-09 8:35 PM (#302917 - in reply to #155680)
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Jacques Tati in "Mon Oncle" a brilliant film from 1958 about the old fashioned Monsieur Hulot who goes to stay in his sister's Modern World..

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Posted 2012-01-09 9:01 PM (#302921 - in reply to #155680)
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a little bit more of "Mon Oncle" dropping of the kids at school and going to work at the modern plastic factory

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Posted 2012-01-09 9:16 PM (#302927 - in reply to #155680)
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Monsieur Hulot lighting his pipe (not in a FL)


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Posted 2012-01-09 9:28 PM (#302931 - in reply to #155680)
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I see some pre-FL Vedette, Berlieu or Versailles in there, and a few FL period Arondes...

Is the De Soto (?) the main target?
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Posted 2012-01-09 9:32 PM (#302932 - in reply to #302931)
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Ray Bell - 2012-01-09 9:28 PM

I see some pre-FL Vedette, Berlieu or Versailles in there, and a few FL period Arondes...

Is the De Soto (?) the main target?

the two DeSotos are for me,a '57 Fireflite 2dr and the '55 Sedan.What about the 403s?and there's a Panhard too.
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Posted 2012-01-09 9:40 PM (#302934 - in reply to #155680)
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Touch of Evil is a great atmospheric thriller with lots of FL convertibles,the Mexican bandit has a nice '57 Custom Royal convertible
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Posted 2012-01-09 9:57 PM (#302938 - in reply to #155680)
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The 203 sedan in the parking lot is worth a dozen 403s...

Panhards? Can you handle the 2-cyl vibrations?

Great stuff! When are we going to see some Highway Patrol clips?
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Posted 2012-01-09 10:27 PM (#302943 - in reply to #155680)
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here's the baddy in the white '57 Custom Royal convertible chasing the '56 DeSoto Fireflite convertible and the cops come along in the '57 Plymouth Plaza.



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Posted 2012-01-11 2:39 AM (#303163 - in reply to #302943)
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Some cards from the movie "Bachelor in Paradise" (Swedish translation) The movie from 1961
Also saw a red Chrysler 300G conv but did not take cards.
Saw a little of the film on TV this morning.
Maybe there are more FL cars in the movie?



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There is a '58 4DR in the Australian Movie "The Cars that ate Paris" It appears to be RHD - does anyone know anything about this car? BTW pretty average movie!
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Posted 2012-11-11 9:42 AM (#346686 - in reply to #155680)
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In the 1972 movie 'The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man in the Moon Marigolds', Joanne Woodward toodles around town in a big ol' 4 door 59 Desoto- I don't remember the model. And one 'couldn't sleep' night I was watching some old bw Italian movie with subtitles when out of the blue the main characters drove away in a nice 56 convertible Desoto. I have no idea what the name of it was.
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The movie Back Street from 1961 was on the air a couple of days ago, and there were many scenes with FL cars, and a couple of superb scenes with a dark green 1958 Chrysler New Yorker convertible, but I can't seen to find any footage of it online.

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A 1957 Teen "B" hot rod movie Teen age thunder has 57 Plymouth police cars and a 57 Imperial 2dr hardtop in it. I believe there is a movie with Bob Hope and Lucy that had a 61 300G or a New yorker in it along w/other FL gems.

Hollywood or bust w/Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis has a beautiful red 56 New Yorker as the main car w/many other FL cars in the background
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A 1957 Teen "B" hot rod movie Teen age thunder has 57 Plymouth police cars and a 57 Imperial 2dr hardtop in it. I believe there is a movie with Bob Hope and Lucy that had a 61 300G or a New yorker in it along w/other FL gems.

Hollywood or bust w/Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis has a beautiful red 56 New Yorker as the main car w/many other FL cars in the background
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I don't know if this was in this thread before, but this is Donn Knotts in a 59 Sport Fury. Since the movis from 1971, and they really focus on the car, I think it's making fun of the car... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBed-RJqg0o



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I recently re watched 'The Misfits'. A few in the opening scenes + the rent a Chrysler wagon which features a lot. Sorry if this has been mentioned on page 1 or 2.
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Posted 2013-08-14 5:41 PM (#391260 - in reply to #155680)
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Finsinthemirror
Posted 2013-08-14 9:29 PM (#391323 - in reply to #155680)
Subject: Re: ForwardLook cars in movies



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Quiz Show has a rather good opening!



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