Movie set "The great Gatsby" What's wrong

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01 Nov 2011 14:30 #21303 by landmark
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Hello,

what is "wrong" with the picture(s)? :rolleyes:

http://www.popsugar.com/Leonardo-DiCapr ... age=0,0,18

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ist selten ganz besonders gut

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01 Nov 2011 14:36 #21304 by xjn001
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Exhaust pipes on drivers side also! Swept panel is stick on chrome!

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01 Nov 2011 15:04 #21305 by RandyEma
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The Production company bought two Duesy II s and painted them to match for this movie .Randy

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01 Nov 2011 19:04 #21308 by Chris Summers
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Console yourselves. This is a scene from the 1974 version. Note the blue car.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQuO_DFV ... re=related

Not my favorite movie, but my favorite book. Hollywood can never do your favorite book justice.

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01 Nov 2011 20:20 #21310 by alsancle
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Someone correct me but wasn't the car in the book a RR. Also Robert Redford was horrible in the first movie.

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01 Nov 2011 20:46 #21311 by Chris Summers
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Yes on both counts.

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