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"...The first movie to wear this name has set new benchmarks in on-film car chases. For the first time caught on tape, an entire army of 93 vehicles were smashed to pieces in a 34 minute long car chase, amounting for about half of the movie's total length. All of the police cars damaged in the movie were bought at an auction in 1972 by the movie's producer/writer/star/director/stuntman H.B. Halicki. The reason behind the Mustang's long-long chase is that the movie ha..." Continue Reading →
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