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L'homme de Rio, Movie, 1964 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • That Man from Rio
  • Abenteuer in Rio (Germany)
  • Der Unverwüstliche (Germany)
  • El hombre de Río (Spain)
  • L'uomo di Rio (Italy)

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Ingo DE

2007-12-21 19:40

This movie is interesting for architecture-lovers. The scenes in and around the unfinished houses of Brasilia are legendary.

sixcyl FR

2007-12-21 19:44

That's right ... and I'd like to see it again for that reason too.

Weasel1984 PL

2007-12-21 19:44

Ingo wrote ... The scenes in and around the unfinished houses of Brasilia are legendary.

That's true! Maybe some pics Wickey?

andrepa DE

2013-04-01 02:02

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Happy Easter sixcyl :)

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andrepa DE

2013-04-01 02:15

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for myself

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andrepa DE

2013-04-01 02:17

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for Weasel1984 and ingo

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andrepa DE

2013-04-01 03:31

Mercedes outsourced manufacture of LP 333/334 cabin to Wackenhut, so maybe this is LP 334 with dutch coachbuilder cabin?

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sixcyl FR

2013-04-01 15:31

Though I must have seen this film twice or more, a long time ago, I didn't remember there were so many (nice and interesting) aircraft, thanks for it andrepa! :king:

My gift for this nice locomotive too:
Depending on which line it operates, it can be:
1957-62 BB-9200 Series 1,5kV DC Current built by Schneider-Jeumont/CEM (Cie Electro Mécanique) if from "Réseau Sud-Ouest" or "Réseau Sud-Est"
1958-63 BB-16000 Series 25kV Monophasis built by MTE (Cie Matériel et Traction Electrique) if from "Réseau Nord" or "Réseau Est"

A great classic locomotive of the 50/60s :)

sixcyl FR

2013-04-01 17:42

Aircraft at:

Weasel1984 PL

2013-04-02 21:33

Thanks for these "extras".

andrepa DE

2013-04-03 12:45

sixcyl wrote
A great classic locomotive of the 50/60s :)
yes, was en voque around that time in scale H0 by Märklin, but it was not before 2013, have learned about AC/DC versions, as it is fascinating world record engine.

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andrepa DE

2013-04-03 13:27

Panair do Brasil was closed down, the following year, by militair Hunta prefering Varig
so these feature is historic document

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62imperial US

2013-04-04 06:24

This stripped-out shell of a car goes off a cliff as the "stunt double" of the '62 Willys; can someone ID it?
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(sorry for the quality; images came from YouTube)

dsl SX

2013-04-04 11:37

Looks like local-build Alfa 2300 or similar?

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andrepa DE

2013-04-12 15:05

nice find, 62imperial, had tomatoes on my eyes, it is like dsl says 1960 FNM 2000 same as Alfa tipo 102 2000/2600
that should be listed obligatory
can provide better pic later, but i think 62imerial should be credited for it!

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mike962 DE

2014-01-08 09:34

1 star
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mike962 DE

2014-01-08 09:52

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mike962 DE

2014-01-08 15:17

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Raul1983 FI

2014-01-08 20:56

How about a page for the FNM Alfa?

summer20 BR

2022-08-18 16:57

In a scene from the middle to the end of the movie this scene was actually performed.

Belmondo is going with Françoise Dorleac in a jalopy towards Brasília and behold, in the middle of the way, they come across the Aero Willys stopped on the side of the road with a flat tire.

Electrifying scene, Belmondo descends from the jalopy in motion and immediately takes the wheel of the Aero Willys, rushing out with the poor Brazilian car still with the flat whitewall tire being forced to the wheel twisting with the flabby rubber!

Then, without stunts, Belmondo makes a maneuver and makes the car fall into an abyss. Real scene and with the car really destroyed.
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-- Last edit: 2022-08-18 16:58:08

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