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Daylight, Movie, 1996 IMDB

Pictures provided by: CarChasesFanatic, coopey, MisterZ

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  • Pánico en el túnel (Spain)

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Snookie US

2006-09-26 00:48

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Can anyone post more scenes of the miniatures in the tunnel sequence?

Snookie US

2006-10-09 03:18

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Can anyone post more scenes of the exploding tunnel sequence?

Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-11-21 20:58

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Quote Filming Locations for
Daylight (1996)

Cinecittà Studios, Cinecittà, Rome, Lazio, Italy
(studio)

Croton-on-Hudson, New York, USA

Milford, Connecticut, USA

New Jersey, USA

New York City, New York, USA

New York, USA

Ossining, New York, USA

Rome, Lazio, Italy
(all tunnel shooting/primary location)

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0116040/locations

Red Grant US

2007-12-21 20:13

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Wait, there's a scene filmed in Ossining! I live there! Which one is it?

-- Last edit: 2007-12-21 23:17:29

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-02-05 23:52

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Pictures replaced by DVD ones and missing vehicles added.

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-02-06 00:41

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I am confused on which was filmed in Italy, the tunnel entrnce was supposed to be built in Rome but then? all the american cars on the street? i dotn get it, and then the inside of the tunnel was a current scale model tunnel, but all the american cars? you notice in a movie when its filmed in Europe and they have just a few american cars but there are too many in here to be Italy, dont know...

Gag Halfrunt UK

2008-02-06 01:27

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I remember reading that the producers bought lots of cars in New York and shipped them over. This was a big budget film ($80 million according to the IMDB), not a cheap B-movie where they make do with whatever cars can be found locally. :)

-- Last edit: 2008-02-06 01:29:09

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-02-06 01:32

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Hmm that makes sense if they shipped them :think:

taxiguy US

2008-02-06 02:00

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What happened in the tunnel that caused so much fire? :wow:

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-02-06 02:08

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Odd, you havent seen this movie?

taxiguy US

2008-02-06 02:39

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No, to tell the truth I don't watch too many movies. I'm too busy identifying cars on this site :D

taxiguy US

2008-02-06 02:51

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carchasesfanatic wrote I am confused on which was filmed in Italy, the tunnel entrnce was supposed to be built in Rome but then? all the american cars on the street? i dotn get it, and then the inside of the tunnel was a current scale model tunnel, but all the american cars? you notice in a movie when its filmed in Europe and they have just a few american cars but there are too many in here to be Italy, dont know...


The tunnel is actually the Holland (or Lincoln, I forget which) tunnel in New York City. I recognize it from when I passed through it a couple months ago on my visit to New York.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2008-02-06 10:47

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Actually, the tunnel entrance and interior were sets built on the backlot at Cinecitta in Rome. Of course they were designed to look like real road tunnels in New York.

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-02-06 11:28

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taxiguy wrote What happened in the tunnel that caused so much fire? :wow:


By the way responding to your question, some thieves steal the Seville STS to a man coming out from a jewlery, there's a small chase and they enter the tunnel, they ramm a few vehicles and finally lose control of it crashing into a truck carrying some toxic waste and they explode, you know the next ;)

taxiguy US

2008-02-06 21:02

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carchasesfanatic wrote

By the way responding to your question, some thieves steal the Seville STS to a man coming out from a jewlery, there's a small chase and they enter the tunnel, they ramm a few vehicles and finally lose control of it crashing into a truck carrying some toxic waste and they explode, you know the next ;)


Sounds realistic. I really think there's trucks of toxic waste traveling through the Holland Tunnel :p

Red Grant US

2008-02-06 23:03

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Ywah but not in some old military trucks with practically no roofs.

trinity MT

2008-05-02 19:36

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hey some cars are literally untouched with no scratches in the tunnel after the ecplosion there are some othe cars thatare burnt ou t like broken galss seat interiors spray doesn`t make any sense

truck man US

2008-06-11 07:24

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This is a very good movie, you gotta love it if you are a big fan of Sylvester Stallone like me.

goblintruck1 US

2009-12-30 17:18

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ILOVED THIS MOVIE!!!!

rtsbusman1997 US

2013-09-15 05:24

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Could somebody tell me why the captures (are in great condition) were resized so damn small?

MisterZ AU

2013-10-07 06:30

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One thing I've noticed about this movie is the disproportionately high number of American cars. Out of the 58 vehicles listed here, about 50 of them or 85% are American. This seems very unrealistic.

Sandie SX

2013-10-07 14:34

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When an admin replaces the pics can they then delete or edit the comments to remove the replacements? It is annoying when this does not happen as other admins can't see if all the pics have been replaced yet and it also takes up space on the server if they are not removed at all as the pictures will end up being saved twice on the server.

I will know have to check all the pages one-by-one to make sure everything has been replaced and delete the comments. I've already noticed one missed time tag and one missed replacement pic in the first four vehicles I've checked too...

-- Last edit: 2013-10-07 14:35:54

MisterZ AU

2013-10-07 14:42

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Sort the photos by apparition. The ones without time stamps (i.e. the ones that have yet to be replaced) will all appear first.

antp BE

2013-10-07 16:57

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Sandie wrote It is annoying when this does not happen as other admins can't see if all the pics have been replaced yet and it also takes up space on the server if they are not removed at all as the pictures will end up being saved twice on the server.

Yes, when replacing pics the old one should be deleted from the comment (or whole comment deleted if there is nothing else).
Or else indeed it is wasting space on the server (as the comments pics are not deleted while they are used in at least one comment), and looks like it is not yet replaced.

rtsbusman1997 US

2013-10-07 23:36

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Davez621 wrote One thing I've noticed about this movie is the disproportionately high number of American cars. Out of the 58 vehicles listed here, about 50 of them or 85% are American. This seems very unrealistic.


Actually, around 1995-1996 NYC wasn't as populated with foreign cars as it is now. Look up old footage of NYC in the 1990's.

MisterZ AU

2013-10-08 08:43

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rtsbusman1997 wrote

Actually, around 1995-1996 NYC wasn't as populated with foreign cars as it is now. Look up old footage of NYC in the 1990's.


That's true, but it wasn't 85% American cars. I could buy it being maybe 2/3 American or 66%, whereas today it's more like 50%.

LVCDC FR

2018-05-17 20:56

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Aircraft at IMPDB : http://impdb.org/index.php?title=Daylight (Thanks Bthebest).

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