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1959 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

1959 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible in Sin City, Movie, 2005 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: US

1959 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

Position 00:55:28 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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MrCadillac SX

2005-08-03 10:18

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D'après le dessin de la sellerie il s'agit bien d'un cabriolet "Series 62". Il en va de même pour l'AR ; l'Eldorado possède une fausse "calandre" a trois rangées de mini-obus ; dans le receptacle des feux de recul celui-ci est coupée d'un "V" chromé.

Jaqob p. NL

2007-01-06 16:03

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Why is this the only car in colour??

Hecubus CA

2007-01-07 01:54

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It's not, the '57 Imperial is also in colour. However, most of the movie is in black and white, with certain random items in colour (I'm not sure of the reason for that though).

G-MANN UK

2007-01-10 22:21

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Dwight McCarthy's (Clive Owen) car.

-- Last edit: 2010-02-20 23:33:13 (Neon)

antp BE

2007-01-10 22:22

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I liked my side-top view of the car :o Well, do not forget to update the time-tag (or remove it) when you take a picture from another scene (though I think that it is better to take picture from the same scene when replacing it :p)

G-MANN UK

2007-01-10 22:30

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The second thumbnail I posted is a better top view of the car then the one you originally selected, but I couldn't resist having the great big Caddy grille in the main image.

-- Last edit: 2007-11-12 01:44:01

blessrok US

2007-07-02 05:06

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The movie was based on a graphic novel which was in black and white. To show emphasis on key items depending on the dialogue or action sequence some items which were important were in color. So they emulated that in the movie as well.

irukandji US

2010-05-21 18:56

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So pretty. And it made me think of ghostbusters heh.

maxman CA

2011-06-30 23:11

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blessrok wrote The movie was based on a graphic novel which was in black and white. To show emphasis on key items depending on the dialogue or action sequence some items which were important were in color. So they emulated that in the movie as well.


Actually, they only did that for the movie. In the book, everything is in black and white, with a few exceptions. The first is Roark Junior after his transformation, and the second is Wallace's hallucination sequence in Hell and Back (this will be the main story of the third movie, with Johnny Depp as Wallace, if they ever get around to filming it), and the third is The Babe in The Babe Wore Red. Blood, however, is also black and white. Black when on a white background, and white when on a black background.

The reason they filmed things in colour was some items, like Jacky Boy's Chrysler and such, came out a weird shade of grey when filmed on grey scale. They made blood red when on a black surface because it looked too much like mud when black.

-- Last edit: 2012-11-28 01:05:36

maxman CA

2012-09-05 03:59

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For some reason the Wikipedia entry for the deVille mentions that Dwight drives a deVille.

Someone needs to fix that, as this is clearly not a deVille.

maxman CA

2012-11-28 01:04

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Okay, now Wikipedia is saying it's an Eldorado.

They really don't care at Wiki.

tore-40 NO

2012-11-28 01:20

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Wikipedia is not recommended as a single source for information, for the reason you just mentioned, and more.

maxman CA

2012-11-30 01:35

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My point exactly.

maxman CA

2012-11-30 01:41

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In the book, Dwight mentions the top was broken and he was saving up for the parts to fix it, which was one of two reasons he couldn't use it to get rid of the bodies. The other was that the cop who followed him into Old Town probably got his plate number.

kowalski5599 CA

2012-12-30 04:24

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Coupe deville. Same as the one from 3000 miles to graceland.

somename US

2012-12-30 04:31

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^There's no convertible DeVille in 1959.

maxman CA

2013-01-25 04:41

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Anyone know what shade of red that is?

Nightrider RU

2013-04-13 09:10

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1959 color was called Seminole Red.

jpts AU

2014-12-25 11:26

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maxman wrote In the book, Dwight mentions the top was broken and he was saving up for the parts to fix it, which was one of two reasons he couldn't use it to get rid of the bodies. The other was that the cop who followed him into Old Town probably got his plate number.


Not just that, his car is too distinctive, the cops would've got a description of his car.

-- Last edit: 2015-12-17 17:22:15

jpts AU

2014-12-25 12:03

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Hecubus wrote It's not, the '57 Imperial is also in colour. However, most of the movie is in black and white, with certain random items in colour (I'm not sure of the reason for that though).



True, Jackie Boy's 1957 Imperial Sedan is a light blue colour with a white roof and a bit of light blue on the rear part of the roof.

-- Last edit: 2015-12-17 17:25:04

_ZLAT_ UA

2015-04-04 16:02

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Could this be the same Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz 1959, which is present in the second film?
/vehicle_734032-Cadillac-Eldorado-Biarritz-1959.html

maxman CA

2015-05-04 23:32

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_ZLAT_ wrote Could this be the same Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz 1959, which is present in the second film?
/vehicle_734032-Cadillac-Eldorado-Biarritz-1959.html


No. This is a Series 62, not an Eldorado, and is a noticeably darker shade of red than the car in the sequel.

-- Last edit: 2015-05-04 23:33:17

maxman CA

2017-06-07 04:25

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Also, the license plates are different.

Reg1992 US

2017-06-07 13:56

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:love:

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