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Kiss Me Deadly, Movie, 1955 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Mickey Spillane's Kiss Me Deadly
  • Kus me voor je sterft (Belgium)
  • Rattennest (Germany)
  • El beso mortal (Spain)
  • Kohtalokas tapaaminen (Finland)
  • En quatrième vitesse (France)
  • Un bacio e una pistola (Italy)
  • Smiertelny pocalunek (Poland)
  • Natt utan nåd (Sweden)

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cl82 DE

2009-05-18 17:49

Robert Aldrich's best one.

chicomarx BE

2010-03-23 19:54

[Image: kissmedeadly.jpg] [Image: kissmedeadly6.jpg]

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vilero ES

2012-04-05 18:46

Upgraded this Spillane's classic with HD captures (original 1200 x 720) and added some more vehicles.
[Image: Kiss1.jpg] [Image: Kiss2.jpg] [Image: Kiss3.jpg]

These two, too partially seen, also are 2[*][*]
-This coupe
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And, on the left, this dark and part seen light truck
[Image: Kiss31.jpg]

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vilero ES

2012-04-05 19:06

I wonder what they really crashed. Obviously not the Jaguar

[Image: Kiss14.jpg] [Image: Kiss15.jpg]

cl82 DE

2012-04-05 19:13

You're right. Good spot indeed. I watched the movie twice and still never noticed that goof. I'd say it looks like a "modified" Triumph TR2 went down the cliff.

stronghold EN

2012-04-10 07:25

Should have it's own listing, I think

DidierF FR

2016-12-05 23:22

vilero wrote Goof:Continuity
[Image: Kiss15.jpg]

cl82 wrote You're right. Good spot indeed. I watched the movie twice and still never noticed that goof. I'd say it looks like a "modified" Triumph TR2 went down the cliff.

stronghold wrote Should have it's own listing, I think

No, it's useless: the thing is just a model used as a prop for the last part of the scene.

62imperial US

2020-02-22 21:56

Not Triumph; my guess is this was some homebuilt "special" the producers got on the cheap and dressed up a little. Possibly a rebodied Crosley?

philososky US

2021-04-04 21:39

Almost an Elva Courier, possibly a very early prototype as the idea for Elva starts back in 1953 however that's back in England. The rear fenders and rear wheel cutouts are close. http://www.viathema.com/elva/ But there is a major discrepancy with the slab sides and lack of slight cutouts in the arm areas. Odd trunk lid, tail lights, swoop under the license plate are all wrong. Also looks like Bugeye headlight cones but with an eyebrow at the top front to back. The steering wheel is a bit Crosly-like, solid, no spokes. Its like someone tried to copy an early Elva Courier. This movie had a lot of Jaguar, MG and British car influence and obviously people interested in those cars. My guess its someone's one-off attempt at an Elva Courier replica. But it was a problem when it rained. Note there appears to be no consideration for a top. I bet their enthusiasm waned and they used it up in the movie.

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