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It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, Movie, 1963 IMDB

Pictures provided by: wrenchhead, modell

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Also known as:

  • Eine total, total verrückte Welt (Germany)
  • El mundo está loco loco loco (Spain)
  • Un monde fou fou fou fou (France)
  • Questo pazzo pazzo pazzo pazzo mondo (Italy)

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wrenchhead US

2006-01-27 00:31

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If you like 50's, 60's american cars and chase scenes you should see this movie. A lot of its 2:45 time is spent on chases. Its a little silly but you can spend an afternoon trying to identify all the cars you see. Lots of traffic and street scenes.

-- Last edit: 2006-01-27 00:32:24

Junkman UK

2006-01-27 01:09

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And don't forget, lots of action! This is a car smash up movie like they don't make them anymore!

carchasesfanatic ES

2006-01-27 18:42

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This movie is cool. :D

Junkman UK

2006-01-30 00:20

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After the ultimate car crash movie of all times (the original GI60S) this must be my second fav car smash-up movie. Everything I love in cars gets smashed up in this one!

Super88 US

2006-04-23 19:21

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What's better is that they are "real" crashes with real results. Nothing blows up, nothing flips when it shouldn't. Many of the crashes are minor, but real. Probably my favorite movie of all time.

Super88

EHass40062 US

2006-09-15 06:54

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There was a 1962 gold Chrysler 300. Jerry Lewis ran over Spencer tracy's hat early on. Need a screenshot.

-- Last edit: 2006-09-15 06:54:33

carchasesfanatic ES

2006-10-21 08:29

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Amazing and cool movie i just love if and i first saw it whan i was very young and just got i on DVD few months ago, car chases are real cool done for its age.

-- Last edit: 2006-10-21 08:29:48

sixcyl FR

2006-10-21 10:09

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Nice pictures

Raul1983 FI

2006-10-21 10:36

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This movie is a classic. This was one of my favourite movies when I was young and I watched it 20+ times

hiergehts CH

2006-10-21 19:05

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One of the funniest films ever made... I love this movie and it's in my top 5 all time. :D

datsunZ IT

2006-10-21 20:21

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The best of Detroit motor industry on screen

modell US

2006-10-22 01:24

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I love this movie as well! Definitely in my top 10. :)

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EDIT: Uploaded new HD images from the Blu-ray. I originally uploaded the bulk of the background cars back in 2006, supplementing Wrenchhead's uploads of *** and **** cars. I tried to remain true to his original captures, unless a better angle was found. I also added a few additional vehicles that were missed.

Not only does the movie involve cars, but airplanes too! So for all you airplane ethusiasists out there-

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Here is a nice comparison between standard quality and HD-

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And at last, but soitenly not least-

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:)




-- Last edit: 2011-07-20 06:09:52

fintail CA

2006-10-24 02:15

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Thanks for putting all these up. Wonderful material, fantastic car movie.

There's a little glimpse of a fintail near the end of the film, when the guys are stuck on the fire escape.

datsunZ IT

2006-10-27 00:45

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The 'copter was a Bell Model 47(was built under license also in Italy by Agusta Elicotteri)

MBSL65fan US

2008-02-17 20:22

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Awesome movie yes. :)

58Roadmaster US

2008-02-17 22:32

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This was written by the same guy as Genevieve, another great car flick.


-- Last edit: 2008-02-17 23:29:53

58Roadmaster US

2008-02-18 00:51

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Cool web site: Then and now pictures of filming locations
http://members.cox.net/mkpl4/mmmmw/thumb.htm

taxiguy US

2008-07-29 05:48

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Simply one of the best movies of all time

mrroberts

2009-05-03 21:04

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Where is Jack Benny and the Maxwell?

chicomarx BE

2009-11-16 05:03

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Jack Benny's cameo is here except it's not a Maxwell. See the discussion on the 1931 Cadillac.

garco NL

2010-01-10 19:08

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All pictures from Silverado not validated.
All were too background -> deleted.

For future uploads, please remove the black borders.

-- Last edit: 2010-01-10 19:10:08

antp BE

2010-01-11 12:57

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Also avoid adding writings, arrows, etc. on the pictures used as "main picture" (but these are good for explanations in comments)

Scrabo US

2010-07-22 20:33

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Thank you for this wonderful page on the "Mad World" cars. Amazing. We have a podcast and facts page on the film concerning mostly the music score, but other fun fan things at http://www.scrabo.com/santarositaintro.htm

Paul

Bonnascope ES

2010-09-04 16:50

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Does anyone know how to found the deleted scenes and the documentary of the DVD? I'm from Spain and the only bonus feature that only arrived here is the Trailer... ¬¬

nzcarnerd NZ

2011-07-20 11:54

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To whomever set this page up, take a look at the Buick page with the two yellow cabs - there is some work for you.

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rjluna2 US

2011-08-02 20:43

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modell wrote And at last, but soitenly not least-

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:)

Well, that is Curly Joe doesn't say soitenly at that point :p :lol:

Q-Ball JP

2012-01-08 19:57

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Does anyone think that Chrysler may have had a hand in this movie, seeing as a good amount of 2 and 3 star vehicles in this are their product, i.e., the Darts, The Belvedere's, the Fury's, etc?

Cycolac Fan EN

2012-02-09 15:17

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Anyone have any stories about how the got the cars for this? Were they bought, donated, loaned from the car companies?

Any of the cars modified for the stunt work?

Did any survive, where they sold on, crushed after filming? I'd love to know.

unclehotrod13 US

2014-06-10 03:16

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This is my most favorite movie..tons of stars.. and the best cars and chases!!! Love it...couldent even come close to making anything this good again

ryantee82 US

2015-09-07 22:51

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"There was a 1962 gold Chrysler 300. Jerry Lewis ran over Spencer tracy's hat early on. Need a screenshot."

I remember that sequence. He lets out a really odd noise and makes a weird face as he does it. By the way apparently there are lots of different versions of this -- different run times, I mean. What currently available print is the longest? Anyone know?

LVCDC FR

2015-09-19 07:10

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Aircraft on http://impdb.org/index.php?title=It's_a_Mad,_Mad,_Mad,_Mad_World

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