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  • My favourite film "American Graffiti " has a Hawk "cruising". That film is the reason I bought an Edsel

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    • There's quite a few Studebakers in that film, such as the non-Hawk -55 with the girls in...
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      • Saw a pretty bad 1988 horror movie "Lady in White" on Comet TV the other day. One scene had an excellent side/rear shot of a pinkish or salmon colored '59-60 Lark 2-dr station wagon.
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        • Saw the movie "Motherless Brooklyn" last night . A story set in New York city in the 50's . A good flick with lots of street scenes and interesting cars of the 40,s and 50,s. A principal character is chauffered in a Hudson. Not sure but I think a finned Hawk drives buy in the first 20 minutes or so. Anyone else see it? What does make an appearance several times is a green Lark 4 door. Since the movie is set in the 50,s, they are likely thinking it will pass for a 59. It may well be, but I am sure it has 60 parking lights installed!! Can,t pull the wool over my eyes.
          Bob
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          Welland Ontario
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          "They were meant to be driven ... so keep on cruizin"

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          • My youngest daughter saw "Ford vs. Ferrari" last night with a friend. She said it was really good. She also mentioned that during the first five minutes of the movie there's some kind of comment about Studebaker. Something like, "Your car drives like a Studebaker." I don't know the context, so I don't know if it was a compliment or an insult.

            She like the movie so much, she wants to see it again next week with me. I guess I'll find out about the reference then, unless one of you sees it and finds out for us.

            Mark
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