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Planes, Trains & Automobiles, Movie, 1987 IMDB

Pictures provided by: Sunbar, modell, Black Bart 2, MisterZ

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Also known as:

  • Planes, Trains and Automobiles
  • Un ticket pour deux (France)
  • Un biglietto in due (Italy)

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modell US

2006-04-26 00:35

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Replaced with higher resolution DVD images in widescreen format and added additional background vehicles.

Other background cars-

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Love this movie, one of the finest comedies of the '80s, and of all time! Truly John Candy, Steve Martin, and John Hughes at their best!

One of the most memorable scenes in the movie involves Steve Martin's character Neal, who is fed up with a car rental agency for not providing him a car, and launches an angry rant towards a perky employee-

Car Rental Agent: [cheerfully] How may I help you?

Neal: You can start by wiping that fucking dumbass smile off your rosy fucking cheeks. Then you can give me a fucking automobile - a fucking Datsun, a fucking Toyota, a fucking Mustang, a fucking Buick - four fucking wheels and a seat!

Car Rental Agent: I really don't care for the way you're speaking to me.

Neal: And I really don't care for the way your company left me in the middle of fucking nowhere with fucking keys to a fucking car that isn't fucking there! And I really didn't care to fucking walk down a fucking highway and across a fucking runway to get back here to have you smile at my fucking face! I want a fucking car right...fucking...now.

Car Rental Agent: May I see your rental agreement?

Neal: [teeth clenched] I threw it away.

Car Rental Agent: Oh boy.

Neal: Oh boy, what?

Car Rental Agent: You're fucked.

-- Last edit: 2010-07-13 22:16:25

nubby US

2007-05-06 23:31

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Sweet taxi. :king:

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nubby US

2007-07-31 08:34

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Neal's house is the same home they used on john Hughe's Home Alone 1&2

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modell US

2007-08-24 23:59

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The Braidwood Inn was filmed in nearby Braidwood, Illinois (on the outskirts of the Chicagoland area, on the southwest side) right along I-55, not in Wichita, Kansas as indicated in the film. It is now called the "Sun Motel".

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nubby wrote Neal's house is the same home they used on john Hughe's Home Alone 1&2


The Home Alone house was a different one. The one in PT&A was located at the end of a street.

stronghold EN

2008-02-15 04:36

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kylezandrowicz US

2010-02-11 19:19

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There was a car that beeped it's horn when the trunk came off the car at night. What was that car?

modell US

2010-07-13 04:27

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kylezandrowicz wrote There was a car that beeped it's horn when the trunk came off the car at night. What was that car?


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Too dark to add. I think it could be a Ford LTD Crown Victoria.

Heinkelgirl US

2010-07-14 00:10

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Great movie!!

Black Bart 2 US

2012-10-21 21:34

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Other vehicles that probably don't need their own pages:

Chevrolet Tow Truck (Probably a C-Series)

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Ford Bronco II

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Also, during the scene were Neal chases the Taxi, there is a brief shot the Chrysler Fifth Avenue changes into a Cadillac and then back in the Fifth Avenue again. Blurred, yet noticeable.

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garco NL

2012-10-22 10:19

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@Black bart 2:
Your pictures have black borders, please remove them :)

Black Bart 2 US

2012-10-22 12:01

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Okay I just removed them. Now would you like me to re-upload them or reset them in their pages?

Lateef NO

2012-10-22 12:37

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Please do :)

antp BE

2012-10-22 18:18

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You can simply replace the pictures by clicking on the "set picture" link on the non-validated pages

Black Bart 2 US

2012-10-22 22:51

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Alright, the 6 cropped images are re-uploaded and ready to be validated. :)

Also, are you sure the Buick LeSabre shouldn't get it's own page?

karoomay SY

2012-10-22 23:06

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You can put the rejected cars in the comments.

Black Bart 2 US

2012-10-23 00:23

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Okay, well here they are:

Ford Econoline

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Buick LeSabre (as I mentioned before)

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Chevrolet Hatchback (Don't Know What The Model Is)

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And The Ford Louisville behind the GM PD 4903 (Which I probably don't need to upload a thumbnail of)

Lateef NO

2012-10-23 00:33

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Black Bart 2 wrote Chevrolet Hatchback (Don't Know What The Model Is)

It's not a Chevrolet, but a 1981-82 Datsun 210

Black Bart 2 US

2012-10-23 00:51

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It very much looked like a foreign Chevrolet model, but whatever. I'm not really good at foreign cars.

kinghenry US

2012-11-03 14:10

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also a white RamCharger seen a few times when they are on the freeway at night before the car catches fire

Black Bart 2 US

2012-11-05 22:36

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kinghenry wrote also a white RamCharger seen a few times when they are on the freeway at night before the car catches fire


Well there is one S.U.V. that is briefly seen once I believe, though from where I found it, it's doesn't seem good for its own identification page. But anyway, here it is.

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Also I know there is someone on this site that looks for street lights from movies, I forgot who but here it is.

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rjluna2 US

2012-11-05 23:32

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Black Bart 2 wrote Also I know there is someone on this site that looks for street lights from movies, I forgot who but here it is.

That would be me, Black Bart 2 :)

My comments at Traffic Lights in Internet Movie Car Database.

miki man

2014-06-18 09:00

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Corkeyandpals US

2014-09-07 08:15

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Aircraft at: http://impdb.org/index.php?title=Planes,_Trains_and_Automobiles

MisterZ AU

2015-06-19 08:03

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@antp - the grabs for this movie are the wrong size. They should be scaled down to the SD resolution. Would it be much effort to do this?

Pagelion

2015-06-19 09:24

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I doubt that would happen MisterZ, you could always add high quality HD to replace.

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MisterZ AU

2015-06-19 09:43

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The problem is, if someone is looking to upgrade this movie to HD, they might wrongly assume that the upgrade has already been done by glancing at the resolution of the current images. I made that same mistake when I first checked this page, before realizing that they're not actually HD.

antp BE

2015-06-20 17:42

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I guess they come from a DVD even if they were scaled halfway between DVD and "our" HD size, quality is good. Resizing them would imply quality loss. If someone wants to upgrade, with the comments above he now knows that he can make HD captures

MisterZ AU

2015-07-04 18:07

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HD upgrade complete.

-- Last edit: 2015-07-06 02:10:36

Black Bart 2 US

2015-10-07 00:38

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@ MisterZ

Since you upgraded the shots in HD, may I suggest some of the other vehicles I provided in this movie's comment section get some pages of their own?

The LeSabre was one of them, but perhaps the other vehicles too?

Reg1992 US

2016-03-18 09:34

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There is an unusual abundance of 1986 Ford Tauruses and Tempos visible in this movie...

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