Car buffs are fanatical. A group of them has compiled a database of car appearances in films, the Internet Movie Cars Database,
to accompany the more famous IMDB.
With screen captures.
So suppose, like me, you once drove a Mercury Marauder, circa 1973. You can now nostalgically learn all the times that make and model of vehicle appeared onscreen.
My car looked exactly like the one below, down to the paint job.
No soundtrack, but it's still better than 90% of current Hollywood productions.
What would you do if you found a laser disc with deleted scenes from Return of the Jedi? Charlie Owen from Virginia has already been offered $10,000 for his $700 eBay purchase.
Charlie from just decided to put it on the internet for all to enjoy. Here's the news story.
Here's the facebook link with lots of deleted scenes (you may have to sign in to Facebook to get to the page).
Here's the link to a story about the discovery!!
Questions answered? You get to hear why Yoda didn't want Obi Wan to tell Luke about his dad.
Find the answer by watching Undersea Kingdom
As always, if the trailer (and discussion) appeal, the full movie lurks below!
The filmmaker's home page.
Those wacky, outrageous bohemians!
Trailer is safe for work. Can't definitively say the same for the whole film. Which, by the way features original Italian dialogue and Japanese subtitles.