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1961 Mercury Econoline [E-100]

1961 Mercury Econoline [E-100] in Cauchemares, Movie, 1977 IMDB

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: US — Made for: CDN

1961 Mercury Econoline [E-100]

[*] Background vehicle

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dhill_cb7 US

2019-05-01 17:28

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How certain are we this is actually a Mercury Econoline? It does not have a distinguishable badge and Ford sold both models in Canada from what I can gather from the brochures.

Baube QC

2019-05-01 17:31

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i have another question.. since when " cauchemar " has a "e" ?

Mercury ones where more for the remote locations dealerships who complained that their customers complained ( i'm starting to complaining too.. ) that they had to get far to a Ford dealer to have a truck
filmed in Montréal so yeah, could be a Ford too

-- Last edit: 2019-05-01 17:33:46

tore-40 NO

2019-05-01 17:48

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Baube wrote i have another question.. since when " cauchemar " has a "e" ?


Since they listed this way on Imdb, I think, but original title is Cathy's Curse

Baube QC

2019-05-01 17:55

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well.. if the imdb guy wrote it that way in school, i bet he had nightmares about it.. :D

unless it was intended like Pet Sematary

-- Last edit: 2019-05-01 17:56:59

tore-40 NO

2019-05-01 18:24

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Don't blame imdb, it was official spelling in Canada, filmed in Quebeq

So if your French is more loyal to the French French, than US-English is to its origin, then there would be no 'e'? For the French grammar challenge, I'll leave that to you

Baube QC

2019-05-01 19:25

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well.. at least since i know how to write there is no " e "
will leave it as unsure if it was intended or just a spelling error from the movie staff

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