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Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, Movie, 1997 IMDB

Pictures provided by: G-MANN, SteveA, mike962

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  • Austin Powers
  • Austin Powers - Das Schärfste, was Ihre Majestät zu bieten hat (Germany)

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G-MANN UK

2007-01-25 16:09

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All the one star road cars listed are part of the scenery in the opening credits swinging sixties dance sequence. So they don't just "happen" to be there, they are part of the set.

antp BE

2007-01-25 16:20

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And they are not so common, especially for a recent movie

2491tj EN

2007-07-16 20:23

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G-MANN wrote All the one star road cars listed are part of the scenery in the opening credits swinging sixties dance sequence. So they don't just "happen" to be there, they are part of the set.

this sequence shot in USA?..the cars for UK, dont look "right"

Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-07-16 20:57

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It was all filmed in the US. The fake studio backlot version of London is part of the joke -- it's meant to look like 1960s shows like The Man From UNCLE, where episodes set in foreign countries were shot on the backlot or in the countryside just outside Los Angleles.

carobserver MX

2007-07-16 22:06

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all the british cars in this movie are the few was selled in U.S. during the 60s

G-MANN UK

2007-07-16 22:08

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It's like in the second film they are driving around what is supposedly English countryside and Austin says "You know what's remarkable? Is how much England looks in no way like Southern California."

Heinkelgirl US

2010-02-13 17:53

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did Taylor-Dunn Sponsor this ?

tom11

2011-12-06 02:14

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There do indeed seem to be a lot of Taylor-Dunn products in this movie.....I just assumed that Doctor Evil got his supply of ground conveyors from Taylor-Dunn.

-- Last edit: 2011-12-06 02:15:07

Gamer DE

2013-12-17 15:46

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I saw what appeared to be a 1989-96 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera briefly after the "Shaguar's" first appearance in Las Vegas.

walter IT

2014-04-06 13:09

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@mike962: your new pics are definitely not HD, so I won't replace the current DVD ones.

mike962 DE

2014-04-06 13:12

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walter wrote @mike962: your new pics are definitely not HD, so I won't replace the current DVD ones.

but coloring is better originals are over saturated

compare here /vehicle_1842-Morris-Mini-Cooper-S-1275-ADO50-1967.html

-- Last edit: 2014-04-06 13:12:54

walter IT

2014-04-06 13:17

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I still prefer the current ones.

G-MANN UK

2014-04-06 17:43

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They're like that because I used to use the Vivid setting on PowerDVD (because I thought it looked better) They could be possibly be altered in Paintshop or something.

mike962 DE

2019-04-05 23:45

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movie in HD

mike962 DE

2019-04-06 22:34

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ALT ending

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