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1961 Pontiac Parisienne

1961 Pontiac Parisienne in La grande sauterelle, Movie, 1967 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: CA

1961 Pontiac Parisienne

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Bebert FR

2006-12-20 17:11

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junkman UK

2006-12-20 17:50

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Nice, a 1961 Pontiac Bonneville followed by a 1965 Pontiac Catalina.

philr CA

2006-12-20 20:39

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The black car is a canadian Pontiac, it's a 1965 Parisienne the emblem on the front fenders is located where the emblems are on a Bonneville and a Parisienne, the Catalina had them on above the front bumper. This car lacks the "depress park" wipers and I think they were standard on the Bonneville. Even most Catalinas have depress park wipers but I have never seen a 1965 canadian Pontiac with them.

-- Last edit: 2006-12-20 21:02:17

car nerd US

2009-06-19 01:50

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"Belleville"?

nzcarnerd NZ

2009-06-19 06:33

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The blue car is a Parisienne. I think carnerd might be getting confused with the Beauville which was a variation of the Acadian A body. Regarding the black car the wipers appear to be parallel whereas the ones on my 1965 Bonneville are 'clap hands' type with extra cantilevers to bring them out to the edges of the windscreen.

-- Last edit: 2009-06-19 06:34:07

car nerd US

2009-06-19 06:52

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nzcarnerd wrote The blue car is a Parisienne. I think carnerd might be getting confused with the Beauville which was a variation of the Acadian A body. Regarding the black car the wipers appear to be parallel whereas the ones on my 1965 Bonneville are 'clap hands' type with extra cantilevers to bring them out to the edges of the windscreen.


No, not confused. Someone has entered the name as "Belleville". I think they mean "Bonneville" however, I agree with you that this is car is a Canadian Pontiac.

philr CA

2010-10-12 04:02

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The blue car doesn't seem like a canadian Pontiac (as it's currently listed) because if it would be a canadian model, you'd see a good part of the wiper blade on the picture above. And Bonnevilles weren't made here anyway. It looks like a 1962 Bonneville, (not a 1961 as it's currently listed).

nzcarnerd NZ

2012-07-05 04:22

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Not a Bonneville as there was no pillared sedan in the Bonneville series. I suspect it is a pariosienne sedan with its wipers parked incorrectly. http://autos.winnipegfreepress.com/news-article/id-2719/

-- Last edit: 2012-07-05 04:29:49

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