Bullitt (1968) - San Francisco Car Chase Scene (4/10) - YouTube
CLIP DESCRIPTION: Bullitt (Steve McQueen) refuses to back down when the Charger trying to follow him takes it up a notch, leading to a chase through the streets of San Francisco. FILM DESCRIPTION: In one of his most famous roles, Steve McQueen stars as tough-guy police detective Frank Bullitt.
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With his car out of commission following the chase, Bullitt gets a ride from his girlfriend Cathy in her Porsche 356 convertible. Meanwhile, the detectives have discovered Simmons strangled in her hotel room.
Bullitt - Car Chase - Complete — Reel SF
The thirteen minute carchase is the famous centerpiece of the movie. It starts off in slow cat-and-mouse style, accompanied by a nerve-tingling Lalo Schifrin score, as Bullitt is tailed by two hit men. It then explodes into an all-out high speed frenzy, accompanied.
Steve McQueens Bullitt car chase sequence - Video Dailymotion
Bullitt begins a search for both the killer and the leak, but he must keep the witness alive long enough to make sure the killers return. Chalmers has no interest in the injured policeman or the killers, only in the hearings that will catapult him into the public eye and wants to shut down Bullitt's investigation.
Bullitt - Car Chase
The carchase scene with Snake is a reference to the carchase scene in the 1968 film Bullitt Stick", after the episode's first act break in the middle of the
Required viewing “Bullitt” - the granddaddy of car...
To say that Bullitt had a carchase scene is like saying Steve McQueen was a good actor. Both are arguably gross understatements. The history-making carchase from Bullitt is still considered the gold standard for which all such scenes are held to today.