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Escape to Witch Mountain, Movie, 1975 IMDB

Pictures provided by: Kooshmeister, Jale, opal

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Also known as:

  • Die Flucht zum Hexenberg (Germany)
  • La monta˝a embrujada (Spain)
  • La montagne ensorcelÚe (France)
  • Incredibile viaggio verso l'ignoto (Italy)

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Kooshmeister US

2009-07-25 19:14

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Chase: Dodge camper is chased by Lincoln Continental, GMC Jimmy, Chevy Bel Air and a helicopter.

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EDIT: I'll try and post pics of the actual chase, esp. since there's some good stunts involving the helicopter flying directly alongside the camper.

-- Last edit: 2009-07-26 00:22:04

ProwlerX US

2009-07-26 22:05

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And the tow truck crashes into the Cadillac limo

Kooshmeister US

2009-07-28 06:40

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The chase effectively ends with the camper turning into a bad special effect (well, it's pretty awesome for 1975 and I'm sure people loved it at the time) and the Jimmy landing in a lake. The Lincoln Continental and the helicopter continue following the airborne motorhome, but by this point it's just not really a chase anymore.

In hindsight, the sequence reminds me a bit of It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World. Must be the twisty-turny roads and the humorous ends the villains' cars come to.

-- Last edit: 2009-07-28 06:49:47

cl82 DE

2009-07-28 11:57

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I can't believe they wrecked the Bel Air. How much would it be worth today? 40,000 $? 50,000 $?

Kooshmeister US

2009-07-30 14:39

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cl82 wrote I can't believe they wrecked the Bel Air.


The actual collision happens offscreen as a sound effect. Then we just see it propped against the tree like that. Chances are it survived.

Jale PL

2009-08-15 02:46

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Bigger, Better & Uncut. I means - better quality and few new entries.

And huge lawnmower. ;)

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opal TH

2015-09-13 18:28

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I finally got the Blu-ray copy, will add it soon.

opal TH

2015-09-14 13:23

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Replace with Blu-ray pictures and add some cars.
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rjluna2 US

2015-09-14 14:32

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^ Pontiac? and 1974 Ford Mustang II.

electra225 IT

2015-09-14 18:19

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Yes, the 1961 Pontiac catalina is worth listing.

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