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post #16 of 24 (permalink) Old 10-23-2017, 03:46 PM
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Quiet evening--TV on--Movie--Dr. No.

James is picked up at the airport and as the car drives away there is a White Giulietta Spider parked.

Left side of the scene.


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My favourite obscure spot is from 'Shaft in Africa' in which the coolest '70's private eye ever drives a 2000GTV (what else).

The plot obviously calls for some kids to steal the hubcaps and in true low budget blaxpoitation fashion the Director doesn't let the fact that 2000GTV's don't actually have conventional hubcaps stop him.

So the scene shows kids fiddling around with hubcaps clearly from a different car and Richard Roundtree shouting after them as they run away with the completely unnecessary hubcaps.

Nicely captured on the IMCDB page here IMCDb.org: 1972 Alfa Romeo 2000 GT Veloce [115.01] in "Shaft in Africa, 1973" where one of the kids is plainly holding the hubcap up to disguise the fact it doesn't actually belong on there.
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Just saw a 72(?) GTV at about the 39 minute point in episode 17 (Season 1) of "Designated Survivor".

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There is a murder comedy on Netflix just out that has a Giulia Quad chasing a Ferrari in a city on the French Riviera. It doesn't end well for the Alfa but the Ferrari doesn't get away either. Very well shot car chase.
This isn't it but it's an Alfa GTZ passing 25 cars at Laguna Seca. Sweet!

The passenger seat is 15 miles an hour faster than the drivers seat.

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Netflix/Sasha Baron Cohen's mini-series "The Spy" gives decent screen time to a Giulia Spider 1600, belonging to a soldier and son of a connected Syrian General.

At 1:35 in this trailer (windshield post visible in the vid's splash frame):



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And quite a bit of time during episode 4


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