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Diamonds are Forever - James Bond and His Amazing Car
Probably the single most famous of all Bond slip ups occurs in this film. Watch during the chase scene, where bond is driving the Mustang Mach II. During a part of the chase he manages to get the car to tilt sideways, up on two wheels to drive through a very narrow alleyway. When he enters the alley the car is tilted with the driver side down. When the car exits the alley in the next shot, it is now tilted the opposite way, driver side up! Come on!
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EricKoch on 12-15-1999
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Kralc writes:
They shot the scene in which the car goes into the alley with the drivers side tilting one way and the scene in which the car leaves the alley tilted the other way separately. Later, after this awful mistake was discovered, they filmed a scene (looking in on the car from the front) in which the car switched sides in the alley by coming back down on all four wheels, then going back up on the two it originally exited on. Hmm... let's think about this... if the alley was too small for the car to enter on four wheels, what makes the car able to come down on four wheels in the middle of the alley? Does the alley suddenly widen in the middle and contract again at the end? I don't think so. It looks like that instead of fixing a slipup, they actually created a totally new one. Great job.
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paul writes:
yah, i bought that car, becuz of that movie! its a 73 Mustang Mach 1 Fastback, 351 V8. its kewl and fast, i found it searching at i bought 2 other cars like that , the 70s david caradine movie: 1971 Firebird Formula 350!, this site and owners are dedicated to make your dream come true, getting movie "muscle cars" for cheap to the public!
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