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Can anyone tell me the make. year and model of the car the Pharoe's had in the movie? Thanks, email@example.com (please send to this email addy) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Rck129 (talk • contribs) 14:04, 12 June 2009 (UTC)
The Axle Trick
There is an episode of Leave it To Beaver where one of the kids gets a car (Model T, how old is this?). I think it was Eddie Haskell. Anyway, he's so annoying that the other two older kids decide to pull a trick. They chain the rear axle to a tree so that he'll go screeching out out the driveway and jerk to a stop. This being sitcom TV, all we see it the two boys watching from behind a bush, then sound effects, then the rear axle with chain rolls into the picture and Eddie whining "Daaaaad!"
So I assume this trick was a common urban legend of the time.
59 - 62 discrepancy
Apparently one of the cars in this film has license plate THX138, possibly as a reference to Lucas's earlier film THX 1138 - can anybody find a WP:RS so that this may be added? --Redrose64 (talk) 12:40, 8 May 2010 (UTC)
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Would American Graffiti be considered the first of the films about the end of high school? Would movies like "Can't Hardly Wait" be inspired by American Graffiti? 188.8.131.52 (talk) 16:36, 6 June 2011 (UTC)amyanda2000
I have tried to Edit the "Legacy" section of American Graffiti, but my edit's disappear quite quickly. What I wanted to add to the "Legacy" section is that guitarist Jeff Beck - renowned through out the world as one of the greatest rock guitarists - is also a huge Hot-Rod enthusiast. He builds his own cars and has built a yellow Deuce replica complete w/ the THX 138 license plate. On his 1999 album titled: Who Else! - he has a song titled: THX138
New American Graffiti Jeff's All Graffiti All The Time
I would like to add an external link to the American Graffiti page. If someone(a human not an automated machine)would take the time to look at this site with the facts and pictures It would be a great addition to this page. there are other blogs listed so that excuse doesn't work. http://jeffsallgraffitiallthetime.blogspot.com 184.108.40.206 (talk) 21:18, 6 February 2012 (UTC)
The claim that ILM enhanced the film for its BR release, deleted from the George Lucas article on Wikipedia, has popped up again here, again without a source. If a source cannot be provided I will revisit and amend the text.Theonemacduff (talk) 16:40, 31 October 2012 (UTC)
- If it's unsourced, there is no reason not to remove it. I would think such a claim, if true, could be sourced faily easily. This is not an obscure film, a great deal has been written about it, same goes for ILM and George Lucas, and their activities are well documented. ---The Old JacobiteThe '45 19:10, 31 October 2012 (UTC)