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Casablanca, Movie, 1942 IMDB

Pictures provided by: der.krusche, Vilero, ?

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Also known as:

  • Касабланка (USSR)
  • Kazablanka (Yugoslavia)

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wickey SK

2007-03-05 18:23

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pictures provided by? ;)

1943 Academy Award for Best Picture Suggestion: Check the movie page while you listen As Time Goes By

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Edited: Upgraded the movie with HD captures. Original size is 976 x 720. Added one more vehicle (truck) and added here in comments some more vehicles seen and even used briefly, but only seen very obstructed.

This Prision/Police bus used at the very first of the movie
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This also a 2[*][*]. Now I think it could be the clear one seen at the upper left corner in /vehicle_91643.html
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This is used by Bergman and Paul Henreid (Victor Laszlo character). Also I think now it could be the same as the black seen after the truck in /vehicle_91643.html
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The convertible commented below in the flash-back scene in France
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And finally as 1[*] this rear view for the bus
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-- Last edit: 2012-02-01 09:52:32 (vilero)

antp BE

2007-03-05 18:31

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"der.krusche" + unknown, I suppose...

der.krusche AT

2007-03-06 16:15

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antp wrote "der.krusche" + unknown, I suppose...

yes, I forgot ...

:-/

Eddie C US

2008-04-22 01:12

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There is an unidentified taxi at 1:33:06 on the DVD. If we can include tanks, why not airplanes? Major Strasser arrives in a (1928?) Fokker "Super Universal" single-engine monoplane (painted w/ Reg# D-AGDF) and the Bergman and Henreid characters fly out in a Lockheed Electra 12A "Junior".

Alexander DE

2008-04-22 01:31

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Eddie C wrote ... If we can include tanks, why not airplanes? ...

Well, tanks don't fly ... ;)

Just kidding. We list vehicles that are being propelled by an engine and drive on- or off-road. This excludes planes, trains, ships and boats, carts drawn by horses or any other beast of burden, and bicycles and such alike. In the future there will be an additional site listing all these vehicles, that here only find their place in the comments.

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-04-22 01:36

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Alexander wrote In the future there will be an additional site listing all these vehicles, that here only find their place in the comments.


You say it very convinced Alex, any future plans :D ?

chris40 UK

2008-04-22 10:17

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Alexander wrote

This excludes ... carts drawn by horses or any other beast of burden ...

[Image: 6566502owismallie5.5812.jpg]
:D

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58Roadmaster US

2008-04-22 10:27

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That may be a more common sight in America now that we are feeling the pinch at the pump! :/
Of course we've also managed to inflate food prices so feeding a dobbin may not yeild much advantage.

G-MANN UK

2008-04-22 11:00

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Try living in England.

dudley UK

2008-04-22 11:04

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Exactly - it's £6 ($12) /gallon over here.

chris40 UK

2008-04-22 11:08

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58Roadmaster wrote That may be a more common sight in America now that we are feeling the pinch at the pump! :/
Of course we've also managed to inflate food prices so feeding a dobbin may not yeild much advantage.


... And while one horse might be enough for a Pobieda, American cars might need two or more ... :/

G-MANN UK

2008-04-22 11:09

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Actually Dudley, that's a bit of an exaggeration, if we judge it by the current average petrol price (about £1.08 per litre), then it's about £4.90 a gallon (UK gallons). But then you live in London...

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chris40 UK

2008-04-22 11:20

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G-MANN, don't be picky. We're promised the £5 gallon almost daily, and what with the price of crude going through the roof and the Grangemouth shutdown it'll probably be £6 by the end of the month :mad:

dudley UK

2008-04-22 11:31

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Unleaded in London this morning: £1.12/l, diesel £1.19/l.

Alexander DE

2008-04-22 22:40

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carchasesfanatic wrote You say it very convinced Alex, any future plans :D ?

Plans, yes, but future is the important word! ;)
I wrote about it somewhere on the forum. The realisation depends on a bigger project for which a collection of all filmed means of transport could be a trial project or just a spin-off.

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-04-22 23:21

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Yes i followed that discussion ;)

Blue387 US

2009-07-14 01:19

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On the IMDB page for this movie, there's a discussion about the car Rick drove in the Paris flashback. Ilsa was in the passenger seat and the car appeared to be right hand drive.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0034583/board/flat/124541367



-- Last edit: 2009-07-14 01:22:07

mauriceoxford UK

2011-05-16 19:47

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I watched this last night and wondered what that car was too - thats quite a distinctive ridge along the top of the bonnet hinges.

vilero ES

2011-12-09 13:06

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For impdb.org

Real planes

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Don't know if real
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Model Planes
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sixcyl FR

2011-12-10 10:50

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Aircraft listed at:
http://www.impdb.org/index.php?title=Casablanca

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