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Old movies with Subways in em.

Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by Dipher, Jan 7, 2003.

  1. Dipher

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    Old movies with Subways in em.

    Discussion started by Dipher - Jan 7, 2003

    Was watching the Al Pacino movie "Serpico" last night and was looking out for any subway cars in the film from 1973, the year of the movies release. Serpico goes down into the subways a couple of times and Im sittin there screaming at the screen hoping to see a subway car go past but no banana. No trains are seen. 1973!!! Imagine what wouldve been running in this year? So, it got me thinking about other movies of the same time period which do have small glimpses of the subways in them. Other people probably know of some so if you do, please post the titles and what it contains. Welcome Back Kotter springs to mind also.
     
  2. Melburnian

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    Melburnian - Replied Jan 7, 2003

    The warriors. lots of train footage.

    somewhere in america.
     
  3. Dipher

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    Dipher - Replied Jan 7, 2003

    yeah cool, is that set in NY by any chance??
     
  4. Basic

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    Basic - Replied Jan 7, 2003

    yeah i saw that aswell
    al pacino looked pretty crazy with a beard .
    pretty dodge movie though
     
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  5. Dipher

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    Dipher - Replied Jan 7, 2003

    yeah my mind just started straying towards seein the subway cars when he went down the subway, wouldve been great if one just flew past
     
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    WARRIORS......come out to plAAAAyyyy.............
     
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    Fabo 2 - Replied Jan 7, 2003

    Coming to America has a few scenes with old ny trains.
     
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    imported_joewelcome - Replied Jan 7, 2003

    is the warriors set in NY?!? are you crazy, where else?! watch the movie, look for TOP, Iz, Rate 5 and some others.

    Fort Apache The Bronx for the best Iz spotting ever
    Devil's Express aka Gang Wars has coalminers like crazy
    Dreams Don't Die

    there are lots, and there are lots of movies where they used totally clean trains too.
     
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  9. nG

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    ...like The Taking Of Pelham 123. this movie was made in '74 and set on the NY subway. is there any graf in it? is there fuck...
     
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    455 - Replied Jan 7, 2003

    The French Connection..'71
    Seven-ups..'73
    Death Wish..'74
    Saturday Night Fever..'77---walls.
    re-runs of the T.V. show "The Equilizer"..'84 to '87.
    re-runs of "21 Jump Street"

    I'll think of some more later.
     
  11. railroadjerk

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    railroadjerk - Replied Jan 7, 2003

    happy gilmor is more or less sponsored by Subway.
     
  12. Smart

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    Smart - Replied Jan 7, 2003

    new show but...

    on The Shield tonight they caught some kid piecing or something and the cops were talking on the side and one says "Only 10 years old, already he's racking and tagging? What's next? Armed robbery?"
     
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    krowteN - Replied Jan 8, 2003

    i have that shit on tape. ill have to check but i think it was from the late 60's or very early 70's i wasnt there or nothin but i think all the trains were covered by 74. regardless, that movie is real dope. i think ill watch it tonight with a beer.
     
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    Juan Valdez - Replied Jan 8, 2003

    Also dont forget "Coming To America" with Eddie Murphy. Show train footage at the end.
     
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  15. exhibitone

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    exhibitone - Replied Jan 8, 2003

    i like the meatball one