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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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.





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.





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





Terry-Thomas - "ITV News footage - Parkinson's Disease" - (1989)
By 1989 Terry was suffering the cruelty of this horrendous disease whilst living in poverty. This harrowing footage highlights his awful plight. Broadcaster and writer Richard Hope-Hawkins organised a visit from an ITV news crew in the hope of making the public and the media aware of Terry's battle.




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