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All the President's Men, Movie, 1976 IMDB

Pictures provided by: wickey, bh, achiu31

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Also known as:

  • Die Unbestechlichen (Germany)
  • Les hommes du président (France)
  • Tutti gli uomini del presidente (Italy)

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vilero ES

2009-07-02 11:10

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Too dark (even adding extra light) 2[*][*]
bh wrote Police car, 2 stars: (maybe someone can brighten it enough to identify?)
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vilero ES

2009-07-02 11:21

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To dark (even adding light) 2[*][*] in background
bh wrote .......the background car is 2 stars:
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-- Last edit: 2009-07-02 11:22:09

bh US

2009-07-02 13:55

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Here are some broad overview shots, too. This is a very interesting automotive era in the US, I think, because the imports were at their smallest at the same time the American cars were at their largest. The contrasts are pretty nifty:

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-- Last edit: 2012-12-29 18:28:59 (achiu31)

CougarTim US

2009-07-02 23:16

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The captures in the phone booth show the Old Executive Office Building in the background, as seen from the intersection of New York Avenue and 17th Street in Northwest Washington, DC.

bh US

2009-07-03 03:34

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CougarTim wrote The captures in the phone booth show the Old Executive Office Building in the background, as seen from the intersection of New York Avenue and 17th Street in Northwest Washington, DC.


And the overhead shots are leaving the Washington Post building's since-demolished parking garage, heading south on 15th Street NW toward L.

achiu31 CA

2012-12-29 18:31

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Uploaded HD pics and added new vehicles. Also, I've replaced bh's comment with background vehicle pics with HD ones as well.

CougarTim US

2012-12-29 19:45

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Lots of nice cars in those thumbs.

-- Last edit: 2012-12-29 22:18:11

ingo DE

2012-12-29 21:35

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bh wrote Here are some broad overview shots, too. This is a very interesting automotive era in the US, I think, because the imports were at their smallest at the same time the American cars were at their largest. The contrasts are pretty nifty:
http://pics.imcdb.org/10795/vlcsnap-00049b.jpg


Ooughh! :wow: A Simca 1100 on the left! Of course worth to list due its rarity!

-- Last edit: 2012-12-30 00:22:40 (Neon)

ingo DE

2012-12-29 21:37

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bh wrote pics.imcdb.org/10795/vlcsnap-00048.jpg


@Andre Malraux: :hello: Peugeot 404-alarm! Behind it a 1972 VW 411 in marathonmetallic

-- Last edit: 2012-12-30 00:35:26 (Neon)

ingo DE

2012-12-29 21:38

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The orange car is a Porsche 914 http://pics.imcdb.org/10795/vlcsnap-00049.jpg

ingo DE

2012-12-29 21:40

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bh wrote pics.imcdb.org/10795/vlcsnap-00051.jpg


:think: What's the small brown Coupé parking on the left, behind the silvermetallic Datsun Z? Too small to be American and too short for a Jaguar E-Type. Maybe something rare British? Maybe the red Convertible in the middle, too? Or an Alfa Spider?

-- Last edit: 2012-12-30 00:33:50 (Neon)

ingo DE

2012-12-29 21:45

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bh wrote Here are some broad overview shots, too. This is a very interesting automotive era in the US, I think, because the imports were at their smallest at the same time the American cars were at their largest. The contrasts are pretty nifty:


:think: Is my assumption correct, that back then imported cars were mostly common at the East Coast and in California? The most of them, especially some rare French or British cars, we have found here, are from scenes, filmed at these locations and not at locations in the Midwest or the Grand Old South?

dsl SX

2012-12-29 22:03

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ingo wrote What's the small brown Coupé parking on the left ..... the red Convertible in the middle, too?

Triumph GT6 Mk3, and Spitfire Mk4/1500.

CougarTim US

2012-12-29 23:34

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http://pics.imcdb.org/10795/vlcsnap-00048.jpg

Left row, near to far: Mercedes-Benz SL [W113], 2x Volkswagen [Typ 1], dark green Japanese unknown (Toyota?), Ford Pinto Wagon, 1973-1974 Plymouth Satellite coupe, 1973+ Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, dark green unknown, Volkswagen [Typ 1], the 3-star Volvo, Ford Maverick/Mercury Comet, late '60s Pontiac full-size coupe, black/white unknown, brown unknown, Plymouth Duster/Dodge Dart Sport, light green unknown (Capri?), 1965+ Ford Mustang, blue unknown convertible, 1973+ Pontiac Grand Prix
In aisle: Ford Maverick/Mercury Comet, Volkswagen [Typ 1], blue unknown
Right row, near to far: 1966-1967 Pontiac Tempest/LeMans, 1973+ Pontiac LeMans, Volkswagen [Typ 1], early '70s Lincoln Continental, mid '60s Plymouth Valiant wagon, AMC Gremlin, Volkswagen [Typ 1], Volkswagen van, AMC Gremlin, Ford Pinto, -aisle-, white unknown (Dodge Coronet?), 1969-1970 Ford Mustang, Peugeot 404, Volswagen 411 wagon, dark red/black unknown, Volkswagen [Typ 1]
On ramp: 1973+ Ford Thunderbird

CougarTim US

2012-12-29 23:38

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http://pics.imcdb.org/10795/vlcsnap-00059.jpg

AMC Hornet Sportabout wagon and a 1966 Dodge Dart of Diamond Cab Company

ingo DE

2012-12-29 23:41

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@CougarTim: yes, the light green unkown car is a Ford Capri I. The VW Typ1 are different versions from different years.

gnair227 US

2014-09-19 04:10

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vilero wrote Too dark (even adding extra light) 2[*][*]


Id say a Plymouth Fury or Dodge Polara.

BrentMosher420 US

2015-05-24 01:48

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ingo wrote @CougarTim: yes, the light green unkown car is a Ford Capri I. The VW Typ1 are different versions from different years.

Known simply as "Capri Mk1" in the US.

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