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Made for Movie T-72

Made for Movie T-72 in Red Dawn, Movie, 1984 IMDB

Class: Others, Military armored vehicle

Made for Movie T-72

Position 00:52:00 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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stronghold EN

2006-02-17 13:51

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Alexander wrote It is a Malyshev T-72, early version.
Same as here:
/vehicle_22108-Malyshev-T-72-1974.html


DodgeMan wrote The T-72s used in Red Dawn were not real. The US government had not even been able to get hold of a real one at that time,
and they had been trying real hard. If you look at the wheels and the drive sprockets they look nothing like the T-72. A rental "T-72" for film shoots can be found at http://www.melodyranchstudio.com/images/army/T-72.jpg. The "T-72"s for Red Dawn are most likely based on an M-48 frame,
but some of the return rollers are missing.


badlymad wrote Changed this and the other tank to Made for Movie T-72s to reflect the fact that they are vismods based on M8A1 cargo tractors.


-- Last edit: 2012-06-20 19:04:44 (G-MANN)

mm CH

2006-02-18 16:26

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It's a fake T-55. Something else was modified to have a look-alike tower. The carriage of a T-55 has much less wheels: http://www.morozov.com.ua/images/p91l.gif (drawings from the designers of T-55)

Alexander DE

2006-02-18 21:19

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It is a Malyshev T-72, early version.
http://www.melodyranchstudio.com/images/army/T-72.jpg

Pokeoddsponge US

2006-09-08 21:19

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IMDb says this:

"The movies replica Russian T-72 tank was such a precise replica that when it was transported to the studio, two CIA agents followed and wanted to know where it had come from."

M26 Pershing US

2009-06-29 05:12

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It looks like they cut open an M41 and added another road wheel...

filmpanzer US

2010-03-16 23:01

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The Veluzat brothers used a number of surplus U.S. Army M8A1 Cargo Tractors as the surrogates for their T-72s, ZSU-23-4 and an American M1 Abrams tank in "Red Dawn."

Churchill HU

2011-03-23 19:28

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It's fake!
http://www.imfdb.org/index.php/Red_Dawn

Gag Halfrunt UK

2011-03-23 19:38

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We know it's fake, that's why it's listed as "made for movie". :)

racersg US

2012-10-08 19:10

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Looks more like a Patton.

But seriously, there was no chance in them getting a real Russian tank.

cag US

2018-02-12 10:19

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I thought it must be an early model Patton chassis (M46/M47) but then realized the US has not has a tank with a front sprocket drive snce the M4 Sherman so I dont know what chassis this is based on...

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