Inseguimento - Mark il poliziotto spara per primo (1975)
Quest' inseguimento automobilistico è dal film poliziesco italiano "Mark
il poliziotto spara per primo", il seguito del film "Mark il poliziotto".
Questa volta, Mark (Franco Gasparri), alla guida di un' Alfa Romeo Giulia
Sprint GT, insegue una Lancia Flavia Coupè, guidata da un pericoloso
furfante, lungo le strade di Genova.
This car chase is from the italian police movie "Mark il poliziotto spara
per primo", the sequel of the movie "Mark il poliziotto".
This time, Mark (Franco Gasparri), at the wheel of an Alfa Romeo Giulia
Sprint GT, chases a Lancia Flavia Coupè, driven by a dangerous rogue,
along Genoa's streets.
The Mechanic - Italian car chase
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Arthur Bishop (Charles Bronson) & Steve McKenna (Jan-Michael Vincent,
Bishops new hit-man apprentice) take on a home based mafia hit job located
on the Italian coast. They try to make their get away along the mountainous
and twisty roads and encounter LOTS of resistance. They try and fight their
way through the situation with the help of pump action guns, great driveing
and earth moving equipment. Short and sweet car chase towards the end of
Cars that should be driven
They're all long gone. Pretty shame they didn't get the attention they
Name of the song is Bruce Springsteen & the E-street band - Racing in the
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Best Car Chase EVER
From the comedy 'Short Time' with Dabney Coleman, Matt Frewer and Teri
Garr. Overall, considering all factors, I find this the best car chase
scene ever filmed.
NOTE: Coleman's car here is NOT a Diplomat. The grille in this red car says
Plymouth. As the chase was filmed in Canada where the Plymouth Gran Fury
was sold as the 'Caravelle' from 1978-1982, and as the 'Caravelle Salon'
from 1983-89, it might be a Caravelle. But the fender emblems were removed,
so we can't say for certain that it isn't a US-market Gran Fury.
See http://www.allpar.com/squads/diplomat.html for more specs.
McQ Car Chase (1974)
Car chase scene from the 1974 film MCQ, featuring the first air cannon
Gone in 60 Seconds (1974 ) FINAL SCENE!
THE BEST PART OF THIS FILM!
The Original Gone in 60 seconds made in 1974, written and directed by H.B.
Halicki. All of the stunts in this movie were completely real, and 90% of
the people in this were real people and not actors. Most of this chase
scene was also unwritten and just plotted out with the sense of police
failing to catch Toby Halicki as he attempts to steal Eleanor, a 1973 Mustang.
Inseguimento - FIAT 128 nel telefilm "CHiPs"
Questa è una rarità: non è frequente vedere una macchina italiana che
abbia un ruolo importante in un inseguimento automobilistico di un telefilm
Nel leggendario telefilm "CHiPs", Jon Baker (Larry Wilcox) e Francis
Poncherello "Ponch" (Erik Estrada) inseguono una FIAT 128 1300 Berlina
4-Porte rubata; si tratta della versione americana, riconoscibile per i
larghi paraurti in gomma.
Povera 128: il tuffo finale conclude l' inseguimento ma, probabilmente,
conclude anche la vita della macchina...
This is a rarity: it isn't frequent to see an italian car that has an
important role in a car chase of an american TV-series.
In the legendary TV-series "CHiPs", Jon Baker (Larry Wilcox) and Francis
Poncherello "Ponch" (Erik Estrada) chase a stolen FIAT 128 1300 Sedan
4-Doors; it is the US-version, recognizable for the large rubber bumpers.
Poor 128: the final dip ends the chase but, probably, also ends the life of