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Forrest Gump, Movie, 1994 IMDB

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wickey SK

2006-04-17 01:52

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+ one bonus
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this movie definitely belongs to my top 5.

antp BE

2006-04-17 12:33

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It is in my top 3, maybe my favourite one actually :)

wickey SK

2006-10-30 00:12

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rewatched, replaced some and added a few :)

rarewagon US

2007-03-03 07:05

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The same 1964 Chevelle 300 2-Door Wagon from the movie "Hearts & Souls" can be seen briefly in the New Years Eve scene. The final edit may only show the tailgate of the car.

antp BE

2007-03-03 16:48

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I didn't found that Chevelle :/

I replaced the pictures by sharpen ones, from the DVD, and added few missing ones.

Gump's boat:
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The lawnmower:
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modell US

2007-03-03 18:01

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One of the greatest movies ever made...I love it! :)

wickey SK

2007-03-03 18:13

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:king:

ToyotaPrevia CA

2007-12-31 00:01

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Shouldn't the Chevrolet ad count as a backroad vehicle? The DeLorean ad from rocky III is in the database, I think you should ad the citation.


/vehicle_28542-De-Lorean-DMC-12-1981.html

-- Last edit: 2007-12-31 00:04:18

antp BE

2007-12-31 00:17

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Which Chevrolet ad?

demetrie US

2009-01-21 01:25

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"LIEUTENANT DANE"!

"She taste like cigarettes"

"Vietnam"

"Box of Chocolates"

:lol:

tv boy US

2009-12-28 15:19

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antp wrote Which Chevrolet ad?


The one on the side of this bus:

/vehicle_62794-Gillig-Phantom-1982.html

Incidentally, it doesn't appear well enough to get its own page, but if you look closely at one of the Alabama Crimson Tide (Roll Tide! my favorite team) football scenes, you'll see a 1961 Ford Fairlane painted as an Alabama State Trooper car from the period.

antp BE

2009-12-28 20:25

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Well a Citation is a little less rare than a DeLorean...

tom11

2011-12-19 18:27

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Why cant we list the lawn mower? we have had similar lawn mower listed on this site /vehicle_383020-Allis-Chalmers-Scamp.html & /vehicle.php?id=70108 & /vehicle_65506-Murray-8-30--.html if we have those cant we list it? especially if if is used in the movie and not just a background vehicle?

lightninboy US

2014-11-02 15:31

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What model of Snapper had handlebars like that?

lightninboy US

2014-11-09 07:02

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The mower seems to be a Snapper Comet.

LVCDC FR

2015-10-01 17:37

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40 years of American way of life without aircraft ? Impossible !
So, read this page ... http://impdb.org/index.php?title=Forrest_Gump

jpts AU

2015-10-05 08:20

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This film shows actual events that occurred from the 1950s to the 1980s.

These included:

. The Enrollments of the First African-Americans Students into the University Of Alabama.

. The Assassination of President John F Kennedy in Dallas, Texas.

. The Vietnam War.

. The Assassination of JFK's younger brother; Robert in Los Angeles, California.

. The Attempted Assassination of the former Governor of Alabama; George Wallace in Laurel, Maryland.

. The Watergate Scandal.

. Hurricane Carmen's destruction on the Gulf Coast.

. The Attempted Assassination of President Gerald Ford in Sacramento, California.

. The Attempted Assassination of President Ronald Regan in Washington DC.

As well as the different scenes from the 1960s to 1980s, these were:

. The Hippy and the LSD scene of the 1960s.

. The Rise of the Black Panthers and the Anti War Movement of the late 1960s, early 1970s.

. The Heroin and Cocaine scene of the late 1970s, 1980s.

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