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Profile for user Ddey65 - Country: USA (United States of America)

About me; Hmm, let's see -- I've been a car freak and a road geek since my early childhood in the late-1960's, and a major contributor to the Internet Movie Database since approximatley 1997. I frequently find some notorious automotive goofs in movies and television shows, like Ed Harris in "Radio" driving a 1979 Ford Pickup in 1976, and Fran Drescher in "The Nanny" eluding to a prior tryst in a 1972 Mercury Monarch, despite the fact that it wasn't made until 1975.

Cars I've owned:
1)1972 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Coupe.
2)1978 Chevrolet Nova Coupe.
3)1980 Plymouth Volare Sedan.
4)1983 Chevrolet Malibu Station Wagon.
5)1985 Toyota Van(a.k.a.; The Bronze Bomber).
6)1985 Chevrolet Caprice Classic Sedan(a.k.a.; The Bronze Cruiser).
7)1994 Plymouth Voyager Short Wheelbase Mini-Van.
8)1991 Toyota Corolla DX Sedan(a.k.a.; The Silver Sh*tbox).
9)1997 Toyota Corolla DX Sedan(a.k.a.; The Champagne Sh*tbox).
10)1999 Honda Accord LX Sedan.
11)2002 Toyota Camry LE Sedan.

Cars I've driven(List is incomplete):
1)Plymouth Reliant or Dodge Aries K-Car; The cars where I had my first driving lessons.
2)1970 Jeep Gladiator; It was for sale and falling apart as I drove it, so I refused to buy it.
3)1975 Cadillac Fleetwood 75; Thought about buying it and couldn't handle it, so the owner and I mutually agreed not to make a deal.
4)1988 Plymouth Sundance 5-Door Hatchback; Rental from Rent-a-Wreck.
5)1990 Mercury Grand Marquis; Loved it, but somebody talked me out of it and into buying the '94 Plymouth Voyager.
6)1993 Mercury Grand Marquis; Loved it, but couldn't afford it even when the used car dealer took $400 off the price.
7)Ford Explorer or Expedition(I forget which one it was, but it was after a Blizzard so I thought it would be a good idea to rent it).
8)Chrysler PT Cruiser convertible; Another rental car.
9)2005(I think) Chrysler Sebring Convertible; Another rental, but only for one day.
10)2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2WD Regular Cab pickup from U-Haul.

Cars I love(List is incomplete):
1)1960 Dodge Matador and Polara
2)1965-1968 full-size Chevrolets
3)1966 Dodge Charger.
4)1972 Plymouth Fury.
5)1988-1991 Ford LTD Crown Victoria.
6)1988-1991 Mercury Grand Marquis.
7)1990-1997 Lincoln Town Car.
8)1991-1992 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser.
9)1991-1996 Buick Roadmaster(Station wagons and sedans).
10)1995-1997 Ford Crown Victoria.

Potential Contributions
As with any member of IMCDB, you'll find my contributions when you click the proper link on my profile. But here you'll also find a list of contributions I want to make, some of which I actually have a chance of carrying out.

All I Wanna Do (1998): More to come.
Amber Alert (2012): Some young couple chases a car driven by some pervert who kidnaps a little kid. The dashboard of a Hyundai chases an early-2000's Honda Accord Hybrid, and a Ford Crown Vic Police Specials.
American Drive-In (1985, movie): The very title involves a drive-in, so naturally there are cars in it. Somewhere is an unknown red car where a guy tries to get his girlfriend to perform oral sex on him, an enduro motorcycle of some sort, an apparent Ford Courier pickup driven by a pair of homophobic rednecks, a couple who tries to fool around in a tiny sports car that makes an MG Midget look like an Imperial Crown Limousine, and multiple vehicles with only partial views.
A.N.T. Farm (2011-2014, TV-Series): At least two other episodes of this Disney Channel sitcom have vehicles; 1)Undetermined food vending vans in "America Needs TalANT," and 2)Three random Japanese motorcycles in "ChANTs of a Lifetime."
"Arrest and Trial" (1963-1964 TV-Series): Short-lived police drama that preceeded the original concept of the Law & Order franchise. Plenty of 1950's and 1960's cars and trucks here.
Auto Motives (2000, Short Film): Short film that's a collection of even shorter films about the lives of people and their cars both in NYC and LA. All that's needed are a Chrysler convertible parked in by Robert Downey Jr. and Scott Gorman.
Baadasssss! (2003): Still missing a 1958-59 Chevrolet Apache stake truck.
Battle of the Sexes (2017): Second cinematic retelling of the landmark 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs. Vehicles yet to be added include a mid-to-late 1960's Chrysler Convertible, and an early-1970's Ford LTD Convertible.
Blessid Union of Souls: Oh, Virginia (1995, Music Video): Late-1960's Lincoln Continental that's hard to capture.
Bratmobile: Eating Toothpaste (2000, Music Video): Added the one vehicle in this video to the forum.
Cave-In: Anchor (2003, Music Video):
Cave-In: Inspire (2003, Music Video):
Cherry (2010, movie):
An indie film containing a mid-1960's Buick LeSabre, a fairly contemporary Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor, a brief chase between them, and some other vehicles, I forget.
Childrens Hospital (2008, TV-Series): A show on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim timeslot that doesn't belong on Cartoon Network, but it's still funny, and has some vehicles.
Dandelion: Waiting for a Ride (1993, Music Video): One other Firebird that's a little older.
The Deadly Tower (1975, TV-Movie): Loaded with anachronisms.
The Equalizer (1985-1989 TV-Series): Will add more vehicles from more episodes.
Fast Layne (2019 Mini-Series): Disney Channel mini-series, about a 12 year old girl who inherits a custom built talking car, very possibly made out of a Hyundai Kona.
Frenemies (2012, TV-Movie): Besides a Jeep Grand Wagoneer and a last generation Lincoln Town Car stretch limo, this DCOM has some other background vehicles.
An American Girl; Grace Stirs Up Success (2015, straight-to-video movie); American and European cars, because the movie takes place both in New England and Paris, although there are a few too many Mercedes-Benz S-Klasse taxicabs for this to be Paris.
The Hard Times of R.J. Berger (2010, TV-Series): More to come.
Harold (2008): One uncapturable mid-1970s Chevy Chevelle or Malibu missing.
Hook, Line and Sinker (1969, movie): An old Jerry Lewis movie that doesn't contain his typical routine, but does have some scenes with cars.
Hotel for Dogs (2009): A UPS van that splashes by a guy at a bus stop who teases the star dog is a little hard to capture.
House Arrest (1996): Others might come.
Jailbait (2000, TV-Movie): One missing.
K.C. Undercover (2015-2018, TV Series): They have episodes with a lot more vehicles than your average Disney Channel multi-camera sitcom.
Kim Possible (2002-2007, Animated Series): More to come.
The Legend of Tillamook's Gold (2006): Saw it more for Julia Campbell than anything else. There's also a blue Japanese enduro bike that's kind of hard to capture.
Maniac Magee (2000, TV-Movie): Cars and trucks certainly exist in this movie. As soon as I can correct the date for IMDb, maybe I'll start donating images.
A Matter of Innocence (1967): Aside from Hayley Mills being chauffeured around Singapore in a white late-1950's Lincoln convertible and a bunch of other British cars and trucks there, I'm not entire sure of anything else.
Midnight Runaround (1994, TV-Movie): A few other vehicles might be considered.
Midnight Run for Your Life (1994, TV-Movie): A better shot of some 1977-78 Dodge Monaco police cars would be preferable... yes in a contemporary movie from 1994.
Monk (2002-2009, TV Series): Spotted a few vehicles, and added them. Maybe I'll find more someday.
Morrissey: Glamorous Glue (1992, Music Video):
Mother, Jugs & Speed (1976):
Two missing vehicles.
One-Trick Pony (1980): Contains of all things a Toyota Celica with NYS Commercial license plates.
Out of Sight (1966): Features a lot of custom cars (and one motorcycle) built by George Barris, most notably The ZZR.
The Polecats: Make a Circuit With Me (1983, Music Video): Saw a 3rd Generation Ford Econoline E-350 cutaway van in that one.
Pulsallama: The Devil Lives In My Husband's Body (1981, Music Video): Yes, there was actually a car in that video!
Reflections of Evil (2003): 2003 weird-ass supernatural freak-show about a fat loser with a sugar addiction trying to sell watches on the streets of Los Angeles who's big sister died from a P.C.P. overdose in 1971, and her sister now has to contact him from the other side.
The Rise and Fall of Black Velvet Flag (2003, documentary): 2003 rocumentary about a short-lived band that played lounge versions of west coast punk rock songs. Contains footage of the band driving around the west coast of the USA with a GMC Safari, and a lot of background vehicles.
Safelight (2015): Lots of trucks, and some cars and a motorcycle too, since it takes place mostly at a truck stop.
Senior Trip (1981, TV-Movie): Tried and failed to capture a 1980 Chevrolet Impala Station Wagon that almost ran over one of the kids in the movie.
The Slumber Party (2023, TV-Movie): A VW T2 Kampmobile with a raised roof from the late-1970's, a pair of tractors, some school buses, and some other background vehicles are needed here.
That Girl (1966-1971, TV-Series): spotted one that was overlooked and added it, but one is not enough.
That's So Raven (2002-2007 TV-Series): A few other vehicles are missing from this series.
The Three O'Clock: Jet Fighter (1983 music video): A Jeep CJ-7 driven by Michael Quercio, but everything else seems to be a background vehicle.
Tracey Takes On... (1996-1999, TV-Series): More are coming.
The Troop (2009-2011, TV-Series): More vehicles are needed, many of which can be found in the episode "Do Not Talk to Dr. Cranius" (ep. #1.24).
Truck Song (1988, short film): A supposed "educational" short film that was trashed by Rifftrax, but contains all kinds of trucks, most of which are background vehicles at this point.
The Ultimate Christmas Present (2000, TV-movie): Could use a few more vehicles.
What Harvest Grows the Reaper (1968, Documentary): Surprisingly contemporary vehicles in a black and white NET documentary from 1968. Contains cars, trucks, and exploited migrant workers in farms that were only a few miles from where I used to live.
We'll Take the High Road (1957, short film): Educational short film on the benefits of interstate highway construction, now frowned upon and laughed at in todays anti-car, anti-highway propagandized society. Contains some period cars, trucks, and construction equipment.
Wendell & Vinnie (2013, TV-Series): Some episodes of this Nick at Nite series have cars.
Where's the Bus (1966, short film): Short film starring Teri Garr. There are some other background vehicles in this, but I'm not sure I can or even should try to capture them.
Whiz Kids (1983-1984, TV Series): Some cars have appeared in some episodes.
White Bird in a Blizzard (2014):
You're a Big Boy Now (1966): At least one other user on this site has called for the addition of a few background vehicles, I might oblige. There are a few trucks I want to capture, though.
Zoey 101 (2005-2008, TV-Series): There are a few other vehicles missing from episodes like "Disc Golf" and others, so I have to consider adding them there.
I'll edit this profile again, when I want to say anything about motor vehicles I actually like... or when some of the stuff I want to send gets here, whichever comes first.

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