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The Cool Ones, Movie, 1967 IMDB

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Ddey65 US

2019-10-06 00:21

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Corny musical/comedy/drama about a has-been pop musician and a wannabe singer/go-go dancer who team up, and have their relationship controlled by a flashy and somewhat sleazy promoter.

https://lecinemadreams.blogspot.com/2012/08/the-cool-ones-1967.html

Debbie Watson was cute in the movie, but I really saw it for an extra and backup dancer known as Teri Garr!

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:love: :love: :love:

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Ddey65 US

2019-10-06 02:25

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Something for the Internet Movie Planes Database:
[Image: thecoolonestonyklumsprivatejet-1.jpg] [Image: thecoolonestonyklumsprivatejet-2.jpg]

Ddey65 US

2019-10-06 02:28

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The original pic of the DeSoto.
[Image: thecoolones1958desotounknown-1.jpg]
You could make it a supplement for this, or you could make it for the Mercury on the right.

Ddey65 US

2019-10-16 00:26

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Take your pick:
[Image: thecoolonesearly-1950spontiacandhudson.jpg]
The Post-WW2 Pontiac or the Hudson from the same period?

Ddey65 US

2019-10-16 01:25

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And I've got a wider variety of cars and trucks from that demolition derby scene. I've already spotted some makes and models.
[Image: thecoolonesvariousdemolitionderbycarsandpittrucks.jpg]

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Ddey65 US

2019-10-16 21:51

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Various cars in front of the Valley Music Theater during Gil and Debbie's duet "When You Touched My Hand."
[Image: thecoolonescarswhenyoutouchedmyhand-1.jpg] [Image: thecoolonescarswhenyoutouchedmyhand-2.jpg]
Some of these are already on the ground in other scenes.

CougarTim US

2019-10-19 19:20

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Ddey65 wrote The Post-WW2 Pontiac or the Hudson from the same period?


The Pontiac and Hudson are both 1950 models; the Hudson is probably more interesting.


Ddey65 wrote And I've got a wider variety of cars and trucks from that demolition derby scene. I've already spotted some makes and models.
[Image: thecoolonesvariousdemolitionderbycarsandpittrucks.jpg]


Car 58 is a 1957-1958 Plymouth; based on the white/gold color I suspect a Fury (Fury was a limited production model those 2 years, only available in white/gold)
Car 10 is a 1951 Ford
Car 28 is a 1956 Ford Fairlane
Car 3 is the same 1950 Hudson from above

The station wagon is a 1966 Ford Fairlane Squire

If the Plymouth could be confirmed as a Fury, it's definitely worth listing.

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Ddey65 US

2019-10-19 19:50

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I also spotted an IHC L-Series pickup with some kind of small trailer in the background. Did you?

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