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American Gigolo is a 1980 American neo-noir crime drama film written and directed by Paul Schrader and starring Richard Gere and Lauren Hutton.

 

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What is beyond my comprehension is that all the non us cars have headrests removed from the seats in holywood flicks. I could be wrong, it cold be all cars...

There is a whole thread dedicated to 107 in movies.
Don't watch eating scenes in sitcoms either. They'll just poke at and never eat their food.
 

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A perfect car for the movie.... Even if the sun visors are AWOL 😉😃
 

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A perfect car for the movie.... Even if the sun visors are AWOL 😉😃
Who needs visors when the windscreen top always perfectly shades your eyes?

I'm also curious about 1:56 where he slams down the softtop after kissing his gal. He had to fumble in the glovebox for the tools, pop the top latches, pop the rear pin, open the rear deck, and get the thing 2/3 folded before coming back around to his patiently waiting date.
 

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Hehe I hear ya oncebitter. There's a saying in Polish which can be loosely translated as "if she loves than she'll grow patient" 😉
 
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