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January 26, 2011

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TE

Wilton Felder's "Bullitt" on World Pacific is great, too.

Peter

OMG! Think I've gone to heaven with this incredible BULLITT article! Thank you very much.

Rick M

Marc, try a Part II investigation of where the remaining Mustang is. Rumors abound.
A barn in Kentucky is the last I've heard.

Jeff Winbush

What a great article! I really enjoy when the men behind the magic on the screen step out and tell us how they did it. "Bullit" is THE template that all other car chases follow, in my opinion.

I think I've found a new blog to visit. Thanks!

Mike Gulett

What a great article. I write about cars at My Car Quest and this week wrote about a car formerly owned by Steve McQueen here:

http://mycarquest.blogspot.com/2011/01/steve-mcqueens-siata-1953-siata-208-s.html

http://mycarquest.blogspot.com/2011/01/steve-mcqueens-siata-part-2.html

rudy yniguez

just bought bullitt on bluray yesterday, jan 28, 2011. it has interview with mcqueen, who never mentions janes. bummer, huh.

Wilson Carr

I really would like to contact Loren Janes. He would know about my cousin who was Karen Steele. I never met her but she was my grand-mothers brother's daughter. And I would like to contact actors who knew her.

Thanks

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