Official Movie Trivia Thread

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    O.K. an easy one to start this thread:

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    THE ENDING OF VANISHING POINT. WERE THE CAMARO HITS THE DOZER AS THEY DIDNT WANT TO SCREW UP THAT CHALLENGER
     
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    Yea, too easy, everyone here had better have know that one.
    Happens to be my Background at work :)

    Here is a much less seen, Newer movie
    (Hint, the car is much better than the movie)

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    Camaros, unlike Challengers, were a "dime a dozen." The one that crashed into the bulldozer was a derelict 1967 model that was stripped of its engine and transmission. It was towed into the dozer using a quarter mile cable pulled by a 383 Challenger.

    In the movie five Challenger R/Ts (four 440, 4-speeds and the 383 tow car) were supplied by Chrysler. The Challenger was selected because of the quality of its torsion bar suspension and horsepower. The only modification was a set of heavy duty shocks for the jump scene.
     
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    Everyone knows that Chargers Fly. YeaHa
    That one looks like a Bullitt Charger to me.
    I wonder if McQueen even bitched why He had to drive the Mustang?

    Here is another hint on my 2nd one:

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    Well that was dumb to post the answer in the picture :(

    O.K. try this one,
    and for extra Credit,
    What Classic Rock LP had a similar background that they PULLED a couple days after it was released
    ?

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    another hint:
    Its a 426 4-speed car :)

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    O.K. you guys suck at this, or won't admit to watching it:

    And to through a little culture into it,
    the Extra Credit is Lynyrd Skynyrd's Street Survivor Album :happy107:

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    For those who hadn't figured it out yet, it's the
    remake of the Classic Vanishing Point.

    The thing I H8 about remakes is the BAD HOOKS they try to make back to the original.

    But Good Shots of the Engine and the 4-speed but a weird plot twist at the end.