Pontiac Moon

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gtpeterp

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I bought Pontiac Moon tonight. Scanned through looking for the Amphi.

I couldnt stop laughing after the scene where shes trying to find the
cigarette lighter.

Peter
 
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mstrug@juno.com

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Mary really tended to grind those gears also! Marc.
 
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jo jo

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My wife and I watched it last night. Pretty good movie. I was surprised that the Amphicar played such a big part. Found it on Blockbuster Online rentals. For those who are looking for a great movie the whole family can watch on DVD with a Amphicar in it, this is the one.
Also, thanks John for putting it on the IAOC site ( Home Port/In the Movies ), it reminded me to search for it. Blockbuster didn't carry any of the others on the list.

Joe Swinger



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a_colo_native

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Joe -

You're welcome! Pontiac Moon was best viewed at the drive-in with 30
other Amphicars. There was some problems with "shadow puppets" there
for some reason! (Dave and Daryl-ict!) I am going to try to order a
copy of "Rotten to the Core" to see how big of a role the Amphi
played in that one. I have a couple of publicity photos from that
one. Mike E. tells me the "Cotton Picken Chicken Pickers" is and odd
one at best.

John

--- In amphicar-lovers@yahoogroups.com, jo jo <jojo556973@...> wrote:
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> My wife and I watched it last night. Pretty good movie. I was
surprised that the Amphicar played such a big part. Found it on
Blockbuster Online rentals. For those who are looking for a great
movie the whole family can watch on DVD with a Amphicar in it, this
is the one.
> Also, thanks John for putting it on the IAOC site ( Home
Port/In the Movies ), it reminded me to search for it. Blockbuster
didn't carry any of the others on the list.
>
> Joe Swinger
>
>
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jo jo

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My wife and I watched it last night. Pretty good movie. I was surprised that the Amphicar played such a big part. Found it on Blockbuster Online rentals. For those who are looking for a great movie the whole family can watch on DVD with a Amphicar in it, this is the one.
Also, thanks John for putting it on the IAOC site ( Home Port/In the Movies ), it reminded me to search for it. Blockbuster didn't carry any of the others on the list.

Joe Swinger



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nelson625@aol.com

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Joe -
I am presuming you were referring to "Pontiac Moon" that you were able to rent and enjoy, not the 1968 "Inspector Clouseau" - is that correct. Since VHS tapes are apparently on the way out, being replaced by DVDs, many many VHS tapes are being dumped at flea markets as you doubtless know. I encountered a Pontiac Moon tape still wrapped in its plastic wrapper for $ 1.00Now I'll have to search for the 1968Inspector Clouseau.I'll keep an eye out on the TCM channel for it, as they come up with an amazing variety of old movies. Taping it off TV will work too.

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nelson625@aol.com

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Re: Re: Pontiac Moon

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John -
From where are you going to "order" the Rotten to the Core?

Re Cotton Pickin Chicken Pickers (or some such name) - I didobtain that one and must concur it is probably the craziest and most worthless movie imaginable, BUT it does have quite a bit of Amphicar footage with 2 different Amphicars.However, you mustwait through half the movie before the Amphicars make an appearance. Our member, Dan Borgman, as a kid actuallysaw the movie back in I believe 1967. He now has a copy of mine.
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David Chapman

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<tt><font id="role_document" face="Arial" color="#000000" size="2">>Now I'll have to search for the 1968Inspector Clouseau.I'll keep an eye out on the TCM channel for it, as they come up with an amazing variety of old movies. </font></tt>
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<tt><font face="Arial">There is quite a lot of Amphicar in there - although the bit where it looses a Lotus Elan on the road is silly. </font></tt>
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<tt><font face="Arial">It is a European film and widely available here on DVD and Video but watch for that as our DVD and Video standards are different to the US so they won't play there. </font></tt>
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<tt><font face="Arial">Thing to search for to try and track it down is Inspector Clouseau Alan Arkin. Arkin took over from Peter Sellers for this film only. </font></tt>
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Raypro9@aol.com

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<table style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: Arial; BACKGROUND-COLOR: #ffffff">Check on ebay. I found my copy there. Raymo9
 
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jo jo

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Splash,
Yes, it was Pontiac Moon that we watched. Good point about the VHS tapes. I stopped looking for them a few years back. I'll keep my eyes open.
Joe

nelson625@aol.com wrote:<blockquote class="replbq" style="border-left: 2px solid rgb(16, 16, 255); margin-left: 5px; padding-left: 5px;"> <tt> <font id="role_document" color="#000000" face="Arial" size="2"> Joe - I am presuming you were referring to "Pontiac Moon" that you were able to rent and enjoy, not the 1968 "Inspector Clouseau" - is that correct. Since VHS tapes are apparently on the way out, being replaced by DVDs, many many VHS tapes are being dumped at flea markets as you doubtless know. I encountered a Pontiac Moon tape still wrapped in its plastic wrapper for $ 1.00Now I'll have to
search for the 1968Inspector Clouseau.I'll keep an eye out on the TCM channel for it, as they come up with an amazing variety of old movies. Taping it off TV will work too. Keith - where did you find the Inspector Clouseau film - on TV or where ?If it was on TV, do you remember which channel showed it ? Is it on VHS do you know ?Capt. Splash</font></tt> </blockquote>



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