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Arrested Development, TV Series, 2003-2013 IMDB

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  • Razvitie v zastoy (Bulgaria)
  • Familie pĺ livstid (Denmark)
  • Sukuvika (Finland)
  • Arrested development - Les nouveaux pauvres (France)
  • Prikraćeni (Croatia (Hrvatska))
  • Az ítélet: család (Hungary)
  • Ti presento i miei (Italy)
  • Bogaci bankruci (Poland)
  • Arrested Development - De Mal a Pior (Portugal)
  • Firma Ruffel & Bĺg (Sweden)
  • Odbita rodbina (Slovenia)

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stronghold EN

2008-08-22 11:16

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BKelly95 US

2008-08-23 06:03

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Funniest show ever. Can't wait for more vehicles to be posted...like the stairs truck.

Diesel Jim CA

2008-08-23 18:23

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-BTW, the Bluth Company staircar was two different vehicles throughout the series. It started out as a 1970s Ford F350 (1978-79 sounds about right), and later changed to about a 1984 Ford F350. ****/****

-Also, they had a GMC 6500 or something of the sort with half a log cabin on the back. ***

-Michael's family shared a grey Mercedes. ****

-GOB and Buster played "Chicken" with a couple of Caterpillar trackloaders. **

-Oscar had a green 1995 Dodge Ram 1500 to pull his trailer. **

-George Sr. test drove a Ford Escape. **

-Maeby was given a company car, though I forget the brand. **

-Michael bought a brand new Corvette (****), as well as looking over a few imports (possibly Toyotas) on the dealer's lot (**).

-Tobias met Carl Weathers in a 1990s Ford E350 airport shuttle. ***

-The "sheep" (employees) were herded off to Catalina Island in some sort of bus (**), and were taken off by Richard Crenna in a stock trailer pulled by a 2002 Dodge Ram 2500 (**).

More to come if I remember.

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Diesel Jim CA

2008-08-23 18:28

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-Gob tried to burn Sally Sitwell's car so Michael could come pick her up, but accidentally burnt her father's car instead, a little silver import hatchback. **

-Actor Moses Taylor drove a 1999+ Ford Crown Victoria when playine law-abiding Detective Frank Wrench on the hit television series, "Wrench!" **

-Gob rented a Ford Excursion Limo and drove his parents around in it. ***

-Tobias Funke, disguised as Mrs. Featherbottom, drove a new Mini Cooper. ***

Diesel Jim CA

2008-08-23 18:37

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-In the TV Movie "Blurred Truth" (a "Scandalmakers" documentary about the Bluth Family - still within the TV series though), the staircar was crudely recreated with a ladder in the back of a 1999 Dodge Ram 1500. **

-Raolo pulled Michael over whilst driving a newer Lincoln Limo. **

-Tobias, en route to the "Gothic Castle" takes either a Crown Vic or a Chevy Caprice Taxi. **

-Gob can be seen getting out of a 1997-2003 Ford F150 XL that he used to haul around his magic props. **

-In a failed escape attempt, George Sr. stole a one of two vehicles, choosing the one he figured would be bulletproof. His choices: A US Army Humvee (*) and a crude recreation of the Pope-Mobile, which may have been made from a Datsun pickup (**).

As you can tell I also liked the show. ;)

-- Last edit: 2008-09-07 17:42:59

Diesel Jim CA

2008-08-23 18:40

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-Barry Zuckercorn drove a 2003 Cadillac CTS. **

-Steve Holt drove a 1970s Camaro I think. **

-Ice the Bounty Hunter can be seen driving a motorcycle which Lindsay referrs to as a "hog." **

Diesel Jim CA

2008-08-23 18:45

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-Gob attempts his "Buried Alive" trick with a Caterpillar backhoe there to bury him. *

-Stan Sitwell test drove a 2003 Ford Mustang convertible. **

-- Last edit: 2008-08-24 17:57:47

tv boy US

2009-07-30 00:38

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Diesel Jim wrote -Tobias, en route to the "Gothic Castle" takes either a Crown Vic or a Chevy Caprice Taxi. **
As you can tell I also liked the show. ;)



It's definitely a Crown Vic. In fact it's a different one than the one Lindsay used a few episodes earlier.

And you have excellent taste in TV shows. :-)

-- Last edit: 2009-08-02 03:40:47

tv boy US

2009-08-03 16:10

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Notable non-rated vehicles:

Michael's bicycle, Gob's Segway, the disappearing Bluth yacht...

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...and the Bluth company plane, the source of the show's iconic staircar. Its only appearance is for a few seconds in two episodes, from a black and white photo. Usually it's the plane that's the center of attention and the staircar has a minuscule role, this is perhaps the first work in movie/TV history where that dynamic is reversed as dramatically as it is here.

93montero

2011-11-20 21:50

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I read on wikipedia the show is returning in 2013 for a possible 10 episodes to lead into the movie.

Yoda US

2012-03-24 15:49

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At some point there was a third staircar, a 1967-72 Ford disguised with a '78-9 grille.

sandwad2 EN

2013-05-31 17:47

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Season 4 complete.

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