I must say when I found this issue of Shock Cinema for sale online I thought it was an vintage magazine. Reading the interview was a pleasure. Then I look to see it was from 2012?? They talk about Bo Hopkins personal life and how he got into movies not the same old questions found in most interviews. I learned a lot about Bo and reading this makes me want to revisit some of his other movies. I mean Mr Hopkins will always be "Joe The Pharaoh" to me but I really want to watch White Lightning right now. Enjoy the read. Jeff
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Thursday, July 4, 2013
Yet another case of everybody wanting to be rich and famous.
Step one find a car that is similar to one used in an iconic movie that everyone knows.
Step two restore the car and make wild accusations that is was "The Car Used In The Movie"
Step three hope no one checks the story out.
Sorry to sound so cynical this car may have been used in the Cheech and Chong movie but this car was NOT the car driven by Suzanne Somers in American Graffiti!
The T-Bird Suzanne drove is well documented and is still owned by Clay Daily the man who owned it during the filming of American Graffiti.
If you do a search of eBay (07-04-2013) you can find another T-Bird also claiming to be the movie car and it's not even a 56 it's a 57. I just wish someone would do a little fact checking before publishing an article.
On that note I have to get back to my garage now and keep working on the Batmobile the Mach5 and the Wagon Queen Family Truckster. JH