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1953 GMC TGH 3102 'Old Look'

1953 GMC TGH 3102 in Race, Movie, 2016 IMDB

Class: Bus, Single-deck — Model origin: US

1953 GMC TGH 3102 'Old Look'

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

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mike962 DE

2016-09-01 17:35

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GMC TDH

like this with that distinct sloped window

http://bright-cars.com/uploads/gmc/gmc-tdh-4801/gmc-tdh-4801-11.jpg
http://utahrails.net/buses/Cincinnati_GMC_359.jpg

-- Last edit: 2016-09-01 17:38:08

maxp SE

2016-09-03 20:31

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1953-63 GM TGH 3102. They never were TDH=diesels.

ingo DE

2016-09-03 20:34

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Is this

Gag Halfrunt wrote Filmed in Canada and Germany.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3499096/locations


the reason for the missing "h"? :whistle:

Baube QC

2016-09-03 20:53

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what i find funny is that ,according to ingo's link, they filmed in Berlin.....then filmed in Montreal to suggest Germany... :lol:

Gag Halfrunt UK

2016-09-03 21:11

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IIRC, to qualify as a Canadian production and be eligible for Canadian tax credits, a production must spend a certain percentage of its budget in Canada, which translates into filming mostly in Canada. This is why, for instance, /movie_213985-Partition.html used Canadian locations to represent India (with a little filming in India).

Baube QC

2016-09-03 21:22

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thanks fr the explanation. :)
even if i know the reason now, i still think it's quite a funny situation... :D

Gag Halfrunt UK

2016-09-03 21:46

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That said, Race is a Canada-Germany co-production, so the co-production treaty ought to override requirements to film mostly in Canada. But Berlin, and espcially former East Berlin, has been smartened up a lot since the 1990s. The typical nineteenth century apartment blocks are still there, but they tend to be painted bright colours. Apparently they filmed some Berlin scenes in Old Montreal, which is used quite often to stand in for European cities.

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