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Phantasm, Movie, 1979 IMDB

Pictures provided by: RAF383, crossroads

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Also known as:

  • Das Böse (Germany)

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RAF383 CA

2007-02-11 08:20

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The 'Cuda in 1979 Phantasm is not a 1970 Hemi'Cuda, it a 1971 'Cuda 440+6

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antp BE

2007-02-11 12:11

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Thanks for the pictures.

Magnus1959 US

2007-04-09 05:18

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The 'Cuda in 1979 Phantasm was a Cuda 340

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Magnus1959 US

2007-04-09 05:37

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In Phantasm 2 they used 318 Barracudas and modifed them to appear as 'Cudas.

crossroads US

2007-04-09 05:41

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I love this movie!!

crossroads US

2007-04-10 06:26

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Forgot Reggies Ice Cream truck and the Tall Man's Cadillac Hearse.

-- Last edit: 2007-04-10 06:27:04

ford_guy US

2007-04-10 07:16

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Man did the Tall Man scare me! I'm never watching this movie again, especially after seeing the whole drill to the head bits! lol, I'm no horror movie fan.....

crossroads US

2007-04-11 03:14

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[Image: ndvd055ko1.th.png] The Tall Man: [Image: ndvd067qw7.th.png]

crossroads US

2007-04-11 03:15

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I added all the other cars in the movie to the forum.

Magnus1959 US

2007-04-20 07:45

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http://www.angelfire.com/id/newssection/Cuda2.html

CRAFT372 US

2014-03-30 00:16

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I don't know if this trailer for Phantasm V trailer is real or not but it looks freaking amazing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1wOobOGa4w

BrentMosher420 US

2017-02-12 06:58

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Just got my new DVD of the remastered version - It's as great as ever! Easily one of my top 5 horror movies, alongside Halloween (1978), The Exorcist (1974), The Thing (1982), The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974 - tied with The Thing), and The Evil Dead trilogy (which I basically consider to be one big movie).

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