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Movie Posters - Bullitt

It's amazing how many different movie posters for a single movie are created. Between multiple taglines, releases, and languages. It's no wonder there are so many posters. The ionic 1968 cult-classic Bullitt starting legendary Steve McQueen is no exception. The poster featured above is the most popular poster for the film. The current DVD release (Amazon) uses the poster for the cover. This work of art was created by famous french artist Michel Landi. Landi was known in France and abroad for his work on movie posters. He was known to work in with thick oil in long strokes of color. This poster however varies a lot from his regular work. Notice the white background with little color. However this poster is considered the high-point of his career. The 1960's were a point of change in the movie poster industry. Photography and offset printing would soon replace lithograph artist like Landi. Which is such a shame. The posters of the time were timeless. Take a moment to see the difference between all of these posters. Very interesting stuff! Below are some of the other great posters of the film. We'll catch ya next time on On Screen Cars! Japanese Poster for Bullitt Alternative Poster with Tagline: "There are bad cops and there are good cops - and then there's Bullitt." Polish Release Poster Spanish Release Poster

Fast Five On Sale Now On DVD and Blue-ray

Readers. I wanted to give you guys a reminder that Fast Five has hit store shelves. Not to mention it's included in the DVD section of our Gift Shop. Personally I think this is one of the best of the series. I am looking forward to buying the Blue-ray version myself. One Amazon reviewer commented that this movie should give your home stereo a workout. I have to agree! Trailer

Fan Created Rides - Putsch Racing – Jet Turbine Powered Batmobile

It's not everyday that someone can turn science fiction into reality. That's exactly what Casey Putsch of Putsch Racing in Dublin, Ohio did. When he merged a 1989 Batmobile replica with a turbine engine. Something that even Hollywood didn't attempt to do. Not only did he successfully merged the two, but it's functional. Not to mention street legal at that! Casey just 29 years of age is a 2005 graduate of Ohio State in fine arts, aspires to be a race car driver. However he isn't able to move forward without additional sponsorship. Looking to prove to the world his talent, Casey set out to build this car. How did he do it? The power plant is a military spec jet turbine engine from drone helicopter built by Boeing. Casey self taught, rebuilt the engine and fabricated the parts to make it work in a car. What's even more amazing is the fact the car works just as normal street car. The power is transferred directly from the engine through a semi-automatic gear box to the rear wheels. What's it run on? According to the YouTube video it runs on kerosene, diesel, or jet fuel. Nice to know you can pull this thing in to just about any gas station and find something to run it on (minus the jet fuel). If you watch the videos closely notice Casey is wearing ear protection. This thing is loud! Looking over the pictures and a YouTube video you can see how cleanly Casey put this package together. It all looks stock and straight-out of the movie. There are a lot of neat buttons to control the engine and other car functions. Including the guns that popup out of the fenders. There are a wealth of gauges to monitor engine stats. I would imagine the iPad may have some additional monitoring apps on it, plus something to take notes. If nothing else it looks really cool with the Wayne logo. Time to build was five months. I could imagine that being very intensive. Jet engines aren't exactly easy to work on. Since construction was completed (June 2011) Casey has already won several awards at the very prestigious Ault Park Concours d’Elegance in Cincinnati, Ohio. This car competed against some of the most valuable cars in history. An amazing story. Casey was very prompt and was happy to grant us permission to run this article. We wish the very best for Casey and Putsch Racing. We hope he get's to live his dream of being a driver. You sure have wowed us all. Readers see ya next time, same OnScreenCars.com time same OnScreenCars.com channel! Find out more at: Putsch Racing

Facebook – Car Town – TV and Movie Car Templates - Round 2

Glad to see everyone enjoyed our first Car Town TV and Movie Car Templates post. The game has really taken off. There have been a lot of cool additions to the game. Including a few base cars for popular tv/movie cars, Bandit Trans Am, 1969 Dodge Charger and 1981 Delorean DMC-12 to name a few. Along with these great expansions came more incredible fan created art. Submitted for your approval our second round of Car Town TV/Movie Car Templates! ECTO 10 - Ghostbusters - Ice Cream Truck - Something strange in your neighborhood? General Lee - Dukes of Hazzard - 1969 Dodge Charger - Just the good ol' boys... Bumblebee - Transformers- 2010 Chevrolet Camaro - More than meets the eye! Eleanor - Gone In Sixty Seconds - 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500 Updated! Mazda RX7 - The Fast & Furious - Dominic Toretto's (Vin Diesel) Ride Snowman's Truck - Smokey and the Bandit - Taco Tribute Truck - Ten Four Good Buddy!

Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth - Tales of the Rat Fink

Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth is one of the greatest custom car designers of all time. He's responsible for countless inspired designs of not only custom cars, but timeless popular culture icons as well. Tales of the Rat Fink is an exciting documentary about the life and times of Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth. Thanks to Shout Factory! and YouTube. We're able to bring you the full length feature embedded into this post. Pull up a chair and learn about the man behind Rat Fink. Note this video is not property of OnScreenCars.com. We take no credit. We simply want you to enjoy it as much as we did. As Ed Roth once said, "Keep the rubber side down and the shinny side up." Be sure to keep your eye out for incredible OnScreenCars! See ya next time.
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