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The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear, Movie, 1991 IMDB

Pictures provided by: antp, G-MANN, Robi

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Also known as:

  • Die nackte Kanone 2½ (Germany)
  • Y a-t-il un flic pour sauver le président? (France)
  • Una pallottola spuntata 2 e 1/2: l'odore della paura (Italy)

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2010-05-21 23:08

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This time the police car goes through a bullring:

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A bumper car ride:

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A bikini contest:

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A bowling lane:

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A womb:

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And finally pulls over Zsa Zsa Gabor:

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"This happens every fucking time when I go shopping!"

Some more cars from the opening titles sequence:

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In the scene in the club, a place where depressed people go, pictures of various disasters are on the walls (the Titanic, the Hindenburg, Michael Dukakis) among them is the Edsel:

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rjluna2 US

2010-05-22 02:39

G-MANN wrote A womb:

:wow: :lol:

cko US

2010-05-25 08:10

The car to the left of David Zuckers name is a 1981-87 Oldsmobile cutlass, and the car above Richard Griffiths name looks a lot like a Hyundai Excel

jettalover US

2010-05-25 08:57

The car above Richard Griffiths' name looks like a '91 BMW 3-series, based on the taillamp cluster.

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transamch CH

2012-12-31 17:54

Just found it!

Pontiac Fiero
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The Naked Gun 2 1/2

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2012-12-31 17:59

Um, yes, it's already listed here with a much better picture: /vehicle_10804-Destiny-2000-1986.html

jpts AU

2016-08-22 13:31

G-MANN wrote

In the scene in the club, a place where depressed people go, pictures of various disasters are on the walls (the Titanic, the Hindenburg, Michael Dukakis) among them is the Edsel:

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The picture of the ship sinking wasn't the Titanic, it was the RMS Lusitania after being torpedoed by the German U-Boat; U-20 off the coast of Queenstown in Southern Ireland on the afternoon of the 7th May 1915 during World War I.

At the time of the sinking, the Royal Navy had a naval blockade set up off the German ports in attempt to stave Germany in submission.

In response, the German High Command had announced an unrestricted submarine warfare campaign and declared all waters around Great Britain and Ireland a war zone and issue an order to all U-Boat commanders that any ships stopped in British Waters whether they were flying the flag of Britain or one of her allies or a neutral country were to be sunk on sight without warning.

The U-Boat commanders were also issued with a book; The 1914 Edition of Jane's Fighting Ships that contained a list of British and Allied ships that were considered as legitimate targets for the U-Boats.

The Lusitania and her sister ship; the RMS Mauritania were listed in the book as armed auxiliary cruisers; one of the U-Boats' legitimate targets.

Prior to the Lusitania's final voyage, the German Embassy in Washington D.C. had placed a in the paper beside the sailing times of all ships warning passengers sailing on British ships to Great Britain would be at risk of being sunk if spotted by any U-Boats.

Onboard the Lusitania were 1,959 passengers and crew as well as a secret cargo of ammunition destined for the British soldiers who were on the front in the trenches of Belgium and France.

Out of the 1,959 onboard, 1,198 died including 128 of the 159 Americans and 94 of the 124 children (including 31 of the 35 infants).

After the sinking, there were anti-German sentiment riots in Glasgow, Liverpool and London, resulting in a number of German and Austrian-owned stores being attacked and also the were calls by the British Press for more recruits to enlist and avenge those killed in sinking.

Germany suspended their unrestricted submarine warfare campaign only to resume the campaign in February 1917.

The sinking and later; the Zimmermann Telegram proposing a military alliance between Germany and Mexico (in return for German aid to help Mexico to reconquer all former Mexican Territories lost in previous wars with the US) on the 3rd March 1917 led the United States to enter World War I against Germany and the Central Powers on the 6th April 1917.

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