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I'm tweeking my list of 2002 movies. Can anyone

confirm if a 2002 is in any of these movies, and

what the names of the other movies are? I think

some just have BMWs in them.

1) The World According to Garp

2) Summer of Sam

3) In some movie barry newman says "give me a

fast little car" they give him a 1602.

4) roy schneider is seen in some movie in a white

2002.

5) I remember a show about a pair of detectives on

CBS around 1983-86 (possibly made in Canada?)

mediocre tv, but there was an orange 2002

(with blacked-out chrome, no front bumper and an

air dam) that appeared in every episode numerous

times as a background car/something to hide

behind during the many shoot-outs.

6) "Sweetie" or "An Angel at my Table"

I've yet to notice any mention of the prominent use

of an early 02 in one of these first two feature films

by Jane Campion. I just can't remember which film

had it, These films were first out a dozen years

ago, and were waay cooler than her later big hit flic

"The Piano." Anyway, this 02 was filmed inside &

out.

8) Touring in Cheech and Chong movie

i think it was cheech and chong - still smokin'. it

was on comedy central the other day. theres a part

where they're walking around a city and a white

touring drives by.

The text and descriptions are lifted from all different

places, so I can't remember who to credit.

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It's worth re-watching some of those just to look for a 2002.

Anyone have a copy of "The Last Run" that stars George C. Scott? The movie has never been released on video, as far as I know. I'm pretty sure that he drives a BMW 503 in the movie. It's about a retired driver for the mob who's asked to help out with one more driving job (helps an imprisoned member of the mob make an escape). He takes the job, goes out and uncovers his old BMW, adjusts the ticking valves, wipes the car off a little, and flies down the road in his great old BMW...the sounds are all very accurate. I would like to see that movie again if ever I can find it.

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Yes, a supercharged 503, which figures prominently (and is finally wrecked after he drives it down a flight of stairs, as I recall). I've seen it a few times, but I don't have a copy.

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the names of a few particular movies that I've only

got descriptions of. Also some of the movies I only

have titles to, so don't really know if they have

2002s in them, or just other BMWs.

Thanks,

Rob

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the names of a few particular movies that I've only

got descriptions of. Also some of the movies I only

have titles to, so don't really know if they have

2002s in them, or just other BMWs.

Thanks,

Rob

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Yes, it's a blue 503 Convertible-and it gets destroyed at the end! This film is shown fairly often on TCM in the UK.

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>3) In some movie barry newman says "give me a

fast little car" they give him a 1602.

The Salzburg Connection USA - 1971

>4) roy schneider is seen in some movie in a white

2002.

Assignment: Munich USA - 1972 (TV)

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Cheech and Chong are at The Roxy for the Rock Fight. (battle of the bands) Sgt. Stedanko and his band of idiots are staking out the Roxy from across the street in a dry cleaner's van. The camera's got a shot of the Roxy, from across the street, when a golf yellow 2002 drives by. You can only see the roof and about five inches of the pillars and glass but it's definitely an 02. There's also a nice white e-12 in that movie. But I'm sure you guys don't watch that kinda crap!

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