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Bowling for Columbine, Documentary, 2002 IMDB

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G-MANN UK

2013-02-02 02:48

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[Image: bowlingcolumbine1.jpg]

Chevrolet van used by Michael Moore's filmcrew when he visits Charlton Heston:

[Image: bowlingcolumbinechevyvan1.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinechevyvan2.jpg]

Man interviewed in this during Canada scenes:

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Selected background cars:

[Image: bowlingcolumbinepickupmichiganmilitia.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinebankdrivethru2.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinebackgrounddodgecamper.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinebackgroundvwbeetle.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinebackgroundfordeconoline.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinebackgroundlincolntowncar.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinebackgroundricer.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinebackgroundpontiacfirebird.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinefootagechevrolet.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinebackgroundtoronto.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinebackgroundhondaciviccanadaghetto.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinebackgroundtheojbuellschool.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinebackgroundflint.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbineredcar.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinebackgroundescort.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinebackgroundhestonestate.jpg]

1) Pickup; Michigan Militia 2) Van; Drive-Thru window at bank Moore gets gun from 3) Dodge Camper Van 4) VW Beetle 5) Old Ford Econoline 6) 1980s Lincoln Town Car 7) Unknown "ricer" 8) Pontiac Firebird 9) Modded Chevrolet SUV 10) Subaru; Toronto 11) Honda Civic; a "ghetto" in Canada 12) Cars; Derrick Owen's school 13) Pontiac Sunfire & Chevy Camaro; Flint, Michigan 14) Nissan Sentra 15) Ford Escort 16) White car & pickup; Charlton Heston's driveway

Vehicles from stock/news footage:

[Image: bowlingcolumbinemilkman.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinefootageelsalvador.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinefootage68.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinefootagey2k.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinefootagey2k2.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinefootagey2k3.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinefootagenews1.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinefootagecoupecrashed.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinecopsolds1.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinecopsolds2.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinecopsvan.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinefootagespeedbumps1.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinefootage6thday.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinefootagecrimelad.jpg] [Image: bowlingcolumbinefootagebowlingalley.jpg]

1) Milk van 2) Bus; 1977 El Salvador 3) Vintage cars; gun deaths statistics montage 4-6) Y2K panic 7) Unknown 8) Buick Riviera 9-11) Chevy Monte Carlo & van ; COPS 12) Unknown 13) Chevrolet Astro; The 6th Day /vehicle_31425-Chevrolet-Astro-1989.html 14) Crime Lab van 15) Mitsubishi Eclipse; Littleton bowling alley shooting

If anyone wants anything here to be listed, let me know and I'll consider it.

-- Last edit: 2013-02-04 16:45:06

CougarTim US

2013-02-03 00:56

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Selected background cars:
13) Pontiac Sunfire, Chevrolet Camaro, Buick Regal on billboard
14) Nissan Sentra

Vehicles from stock/news footage:
6) Jeep Grand Cherokee [ZJ]
9) Buick Riviera
9-10) looks more like a Monte Carlo
15) Mitsubishi Eclipse

-- Last edit: 2013-02-04 16:45:28 (G-MANN)

cko US

2013-02-03 18:48

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Michael Moore,one of the only people I truly loathe. A hypocrite and a disgrace to the state of Michigan.Bashes capitalism all the time but relies on the capitalist system to get his movies made so that he has a podium for his messages. Insists that all businesses be required to be unionized but refuses to use union labor for any of his film projects.I wish we could deport him.

Yes, 9-10 is a Monte Carlo

-- Last edit: 2013-02-04 16:45:40 (G-MANN)

ingo DE

2013-02-03 22:29

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@cko: your opinion is not understandable for us Europeans (for Canadians neither, so my impression). He exaggerates, but not that much, and -more important- tells no lies. I read some of his books and was mainly bewildered - about the reality, he's referring about.
Btw.: he's very popular in Germany.

G-MANN UK

2013-02-03 22:34

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I predict another long debate...

ingo DE

2013-02-03 22:39

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I anticipated this comment, and that it will come from you. So I suggest to dodge to: Link to "forum.imcdb.org"

P.S.Does anybody know, where the N.Y.sports team (baseball?) got its name "Dodgers" from? I've read the explanation in a travelers guide.

lightninboy US

2013-02-03 23:08

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Vehicles from stock/news footage:
7) Truck; LA Riots
Reginald Denny's truck was an International Harvester Transtar 4300.

cko US

2013-02-04 00:18

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ingo wrote @cko: your opinion is not understandable for us Europeans (for Canadians neither, so my impression). He exaggerates, but not that much, and -more important- tells no lies. I read some of his books and was mainly bewildered - about the reality, he's referring about.
Btw.: he's very popular in Germany.


There are numerous things documented about his hypocrisy.Lets not even discuss his position toward the "1%" despite the fact that he clearly is among them.
Many of us here in America are very tired of his non-stop USA bashing.If he wants to be a far left-winger, thats fine. But the things he says against his own country get to be a bit much.I'm not happy with the more Euro-centric direction the country is headed in these days, but I won't speak as poorly of my nation as he does.Plus, the fact that he loves Cuba so much concerns many of us here.

karoomay SY

2013-02-04 00:25

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As ingo suggested, please move the arguments to the forum section. This isn't really the place for political debates. [:kiki]

antp BE

2013-02-04 16:06

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G-MANN, Why are there some random traffic cars listed, as these are not supposed to be listed in documentaries? :p

G-MANN UK

2013-02-04 16:23

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Actually there were a few random traffic cars already listed:

/vehicle_116791-Toyota-Van-1984.html
/vehicle_116795-Ford-Taurus-1999.html
/vehicle_116793-Toyota-Echo-NCP12-2000.html

And I added 3 more like them:

/vehicle_570537-Chevrolet-Cavalier-1988.html
/vehicle_570285-Ford-Ranger-1985.html
/vehicle_570538-Chrysler-Intrepid-1993.html (listed this because I didn't know what it was and I thought it looked sporty)

In my defence, I'll also point out that this documentary is as well known as many feature films (it's not like some TV documentary)

-- Last edit: 2013-02-04 16:37:57

G-MANN UK

2013-02-04 16:43

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lightninboy wrote Vehicles from stock/news footage:
7) Truck; LA Riots
Reginald Denny's truck was an International Harvester Transtar 4300.


Since this seems to be a notable incident, I've given the vehicle a page: /vehicle_570908-International-Harvester-Transtar-4300.html

antp BE

2013-02-04 17:27

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G-MANN wrote Actually there were a few random traffic cars already listed:

Yes but some time ago we were listing these like in movies :D

G-MANN wrote
In my defence, I'll also point out that this documentary is as well known as many feature films (it's not like some TV documentary)

True, that's a good point. Documentaries with theatrical releases is closer to real movies.

-- Last edit: 2013-02-04 17:27:33

G-MANN UK

2013-02-04 17:28

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antp wrote Yes but some time ago we were listing these like in movies :D


So we shouldn't be bothered about deleting stuff added ages ago but something added yesterday is different?

-- Last edit: 2013-02-04 17:29:12

antp BE

2013-02-04 17:31

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:??: no I mean that's the reason why some were already listed
And when we find cases like that, usually they are deleted.
But for this one I guess the few ones listed are OK.

62imperial US

2013-02-05 03:14

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Quote P.S. Does anybody know, where the N.Y.sports team (baseball?) got its name "Dodgers" from?


Short for "trolley dodgers"; see Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trolley_dodger

jettalover US

2013-02-05 04:01

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Originally it was a put down Manhattanites used against people in Brooklyn because Brooklyn had many trolly tracks. Over time the negative aspect was changed to positive. There's probably a term for something that was once negative being changed to positive.

ingo DE

2013-02-05 20:44

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cko wrote
If he wants to be a far left-winger, thats fine. But the things he says against his own country get to be a bit much.I'm not happy with the more Euro-centric direction the country is headed in these days, but I won't speak as poorly of my nation as he does.Plus, the fact that he loves Cuba so much concerns many of us here.


a) Bullshit. He may be a lot of things, but not far left. If you want to see really far left morons, come to Europe. We have some of them, especially in Western Europe. Not as much as in the 70ies, but some single clowns are still spooking around.

b) More Euro-centering would have some really remarkable advantages. As social insurances for example.

c) Why not loving Cuba? It's a country having nice weather, architectural history, hot girls and (!) a plenty of classic cars. A retarded gerontocracy as nomenklatura plus corruption - but this is not really a rarity.


Anyways,
karoomay wrote As ingo suggested, please move the arguments to the forum section. This isn't really the place for political debates. [:kiki]

done: Link to "forum.imcdb.org"

ingo DE

2013-02-05 20:49

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62imperial wrote
Short for "trolley dodgers"; see Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trolley_dodger


In this book it was said a bit different. "Dodging" shall have been a kind of dare. Young guys were running in front of a tram and jumped away as late as possible.

jettalover US

2013-02-06 03:23

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Sounds like what young guys would do ingo.

Groszkowski

2013-10-28 04:42

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I ♥ Michael Moore.

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