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Cut to the Chase

written by: silverqueen
The chase: Man against man, man against machine and machine against machine. How many of these movies can you identify from the chase scene? Enough! Let's cut to the chase.

Question 1:

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This 1968 movie starring Steve McQueen is the granddaddy of all modern car chase scenes.
What influential movie captured the chase between a 1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback and a
1968 Dodge Charger through the streets of San Francisco?

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Question 2:

Name the movie whose tagline is: A murdered wife. A one-armed man. An obsessed detective. The chase begins.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)

Question 3:

'It's 106 miles to Chicago, we've got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark, and we're wearing sunglasses' sets the pace for this John Landis movie. Although the heroes of this movie are chased by policemen, firemen, The Good Ole Boys, and the Illinois National Guard, you never doubt their success because as one character explains, 'We're on a mission from God'. What is the first name of Jake 'Joliet ' Blues' brother?
Blue Lou

Question 4:

This Alfred Hitchcock movie has some of the most memorable chase scenes in movie history including a scene where Cary Grant is chased by a crop duster. Which Hitchcock movie ends with a climatic chase across the face of Mt. Rushmore?
North by Northwest

Question 5:

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Even a trip to their usual hideout, 'the hole in the wall', couldn't save these outlaws from the lawman in the white hat. After barely surviving an ambush from a posse in a train car, our heroes are chased over deserts, rocks and badlands. In what movie does Paul Newman's character ask 'Who ARE those guys'?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)

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Question 6:

This character may have forgotten his name but he remembered how to drive. His girlfriend,
played by Franka Potente, didn't realize what a ride she was in for when he advised 'Buckle up'. What was the name of the character who drove the streets of Paris in a Austin mini?
Mad Max
John Conner
Bond, James Bond
Jason Bourne

Question 7:

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All heck breaks loose when two ladies just want to get away for a fun weekend. What buddy movie ends with a freeze frame of a 1966 Thunderbird convertible flying over the Grand Canyon?

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Question 8:

The entire movie was a chase scene with Sarah Conner the intended victim. In what movie does the villain announce, 'I'll be back.'?

Question 9:

In a 1982 movie, Mel Gibson played a post-apocalyptic warrior named Mad Max. In what movie does Mad Max lead a convey driving a fuel-oil semi MACK truck chased by gasoline pirates?
The Road Warrior
Gone in Sixty Seconds

Question 10:

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It's hard to believe that "Unstoppable Evil" could wear such a dorky haircut. In what movie does Chigurh, played by Javier Bardem, relentlessly pursue Llewelyn Moss across the vast Texas landscape?
They Shoot Horses Don't They
All the Pretty Horses
There Will Be Blood
No Country for Old Men

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