The Fast Lady: 1962

Car chase with 30's Bentley, Jaguar MK7 , Bentley R1 Continental drophead coupe with coachwork by Park Ward (1954-55) an last but not least a Wolseley 6/99

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Best and possibly most fabulous car crash ever
In BUtterfield 8, when Elizabeth Taylor's Sunbeam Alpine sprints across the Tappan Zee Bridge, through a roadblock, and off a cliff, it results in a very short, very weird, completely mesmerizing crash. Personally, I think it's better and gayer (i.e. more fabulous) than the one in Mahogany. And you can tell Miss Ross I said so. Bonus: if you loved the vocal effects worked on Taylor's confession in Suddenly Last Summer, you'll probably enjoy these, too.





The Fast Lady - 1962 - Complete
IMDB Review by mike.wilson6@btinternet.com Murdoch Troon, an enthusiastic member of the local cycling club, gets involved with Charles Chingford, a local businessman, when the two of them are involved in an accident. Then Murdoch meets Chingford's daughter, Claire, who persuades him to give up the bicycle, buy a sports car, and learn to drive. At first he is horrified, but the thought of dating the attractive Claire, he relents, and takes his first driving lesson.





Robbery: Jaguar Chase Peter Yates
Jewel robbery and Jaguar chase. Peter Yates struts his stuff before the more famous Bullitt chase.





CAR CHASE from "Brannigan" - '75
I am informed the stunt driver who did the LEAP was Peter Brayham - one of British TV and movies' top stuntmen/co-ordinators of the Sixties. Joe Wadham MIGHT have been involved in the street work - he worked on "Robbery" and many other contemporary British movies.




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