The Seven-Ups

The Seven-Ups (1973)

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Corrected entry: When a bad guy fires a sawed-off, double-barrel shotgun at the silver coupe, the car's hood flies off. The hood is attached by two strong hinges at the rear corners as well as a double-latched release assembly at the front/center. Even if the two shells could be aimed independently (and they can't), no way could all three attaching points be disabled at the same time.

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johnrosa

Correction: The bad guy fires two shots, and the hood is gone by the second shot. The first takes out the hood latch; Add the force of the buckshot to the passing wind at highway speed and the hood would easily be ripped from its hinges as it is in the scene. The second shot appears to be a miss.

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