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Fear Is the Key, Movie, 1972 IMDB

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carchasesfanatic ES

2007-06-23 22:00

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Theres a nice chase in this one

DAF555 SE

2007-06-23 22:01

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carchasesfanatic wrote Theres a nice chase in this one


And it┤s about all that┤s worth seeing in the film :)

Red Grant US

2007-12-13 22:19

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The Torino in it is a piece of crap though.

police car fan NL

2011-11-13 10:51

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there is also a 1972 Ford Galaxie 500 at the begin of the car chase, a 1971 Ford Custom 500 when he is comming at the other side of the river, one police car is also a 1971 Ford Custom 500 and at the end of the chase there is a 1972 Lincoln Continental.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEGUpUGuDTQ&feature=related

vilero ES

2012-03-06 10:03

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police car fan, you should crop the pictures before validation. Besides that, some your pictures (the rectangular ones) are bigger than 720 x... So, for these, leave always clicked the square next to the script 'Automatic resize/recompress picture if needed', below this, write 720 on the rectangle on the left (once the picture is cropped) and leave blank the rectangle on right. For the square pictures, crop them and upload the pics, as they are, once they are cropped. Pictures with black borders won't be validated.

-- Last edit: 2012-03-06 13:37:56

police car fan NL

2012-03-06 16:04

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vilero wrote police car fan, you should crop the pictures before validation. Besides that, some your pictures (the rectangular ones) are bigger than 720 x... So, for these, leave always clicked the square next to the script 'Automatic resize/recompress picture if needed', below this, write 720 on the rectangle on the left (once the picture is cropped) and leave blank the rectangle on right. For the square pictures, crop them and upload the pics, as they are, once they are cropped. Pictures with black borders won't be validated.

all right, sorry

dsl SX

2012-03-06 16:12

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DAF555 wrote And it┤s about all that┤s worth seeing in the film

True - but it is an excellent chase sequence with Roy Budd music as well - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEGUpUGuDTQ .

vilero ES

2012-03-07 09:28

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police car fan, edit you own pictures waiting validation and makes changes I pointed ^above.

galloper KR

2013-03-02 16:10

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Any Crashes?

ingo DE

2013-03-02 16:20

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galloper wrote Any Crashes?


/vehicle_112674-Ford-Gran-Torino-1972.html

/vehicle_112693-Pontiac-Catalina-1969.html

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blue_thunder AT

2013-03-02 20:20

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Some background cars

A Pontiac to the left, a 1971 Dodge Sportsman to the right, a fullsize 4door Sedan to the left

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A japanese Pick-Up to the left, a 4door Sedan in the middle, a Mack (?) Truck in the middle, a Chevrolet Vega hatchback to the right

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CougarTim US

2013-03-02 21:41

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^
1. Pontiac is a 1969 Bonneville
3. Four-door sedan is the rear of /vehicle_483521-Mercury-1966.html

5. I see a 2x possibly 1970 Plymouth Fury and a 1960 Ford.

Ddey65 US

2013-03-02 22:59

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The "Japanese pickup" is a Datsun 521.
/vehicle_340919-Datsun-521-PL521-1971.html


The truck is a Mack, either R-Series, or some variation of it.

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galloper KR

2013-03-03 04:40

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ingo // Thank You!

Ddey65 US

2014-03-10 20:56

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The image with the '71 Dodge Sportsman;
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Also has a '64 Ford F-100.

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