|Ford Mustang or Dodge Chager Bullitt Art Prints The Bullitt's tire-smoking engine-roaring duel is still the one by which all cinematic car chases are measured.
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BULLITT - BULLITT BLACK
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BULLITT - DARK HIGHLAND GREEN
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1968 MUSTANG BULLITT
THE FAMOUS BULLITT CHASE SCENE:
At the time of the film's release, the car chase scene generated a great amount of excitement. Leonard Maltin has called it a "now-classic car chase, one of the screen's all-time best."
Emanuel Levy wrote in 2003 that, "Bullitt contains one of the most exciting car chases in film history, a sequence that revolutionized Hollywood's standards." In his obituary for Peter Yates,
Bruce Weber wrote "Mr. Yates’ reputation probably rests most securely on “Bullitt” (1968), his first American film – and indeed, on one particular scene, an extended car chase that instantly
became a classic." The editing of this scene likely won editor Frank P. Keller the Academy Award for Best Editing.Later, producer Philip D'Antoni filmed two more car chases for The French
Connection andThe Seven-Ups, both set and filmed in New York City.
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THE FAMOUS BULLITT CHASE SCENE
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Featuring Bill Hickman
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Featuring Steve Mcqueen
2004 MUSTANG BULLITT DARK
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