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Old 07-09-2002, 12:47 AM
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<Does anyone in British Columbia know of a directory for cars and trucks that are available for movie studios to rent? I live near Seattle and have a 1939 Ford V8 pickup that's restored. The movie and TV industry are very active in BC - much more than in Seattle - and I'd like to rent my truck out when a 30s or 40s filming is going on. Any web sites or directories that provide this type of listing? Thanks - 1939redtruck.>
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I have a BC/Alberta Film Makers directory some where around here.

Have you done a google for BC Movie studios like the one in North Vancouver?


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I can't help with names or anything. I do however remember hearing something about how poorly movie types treat cars that they use. They treat them like props and not the pride and joy we treat them like.
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I once rented my '59 Merc to be used for a Wiseguy episode set in the 60's. I regret not taking the day off to drive it myself; it didn't feel right afterwards, and I suspect the teamster who drove it ran the battery flat listening to country music all day. As it turned out, the truck didn't end up on-screen.

Someone from Cannell films spotted my truck parked on the street, and left their business card under a wiper with a note.
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My Truck & I were in Dead Bang.
Right at the start of the movie after the guy robs the store.


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