A behind the scenes view of the most iconic automotive movie car chase in history.
Enthusiast agree that the Mustang/Charger chase scene in "Bullett" remains the best chase scene in movie history.scene. Shot entirely on location in picturesque San Francisco in 1968, the movie not only features the historic chase scene but also many outdoor scenes filled withthe amazing cars and architecture of the period that are filmed in crisp clear color. It was the fifth-highest-grossing film for 1968, and was well received by critics. The iconic chase scene won Franks P. Keller an Oscar for motion picture editing.
Matt Stone's Bullitt: The Cars and People Behind Steve McQueen, delivers the complete behind the scenes picture of how all the extraordinary action was coordinated and filmed. It includes the ideas behind the making of the movie, an interview with Director Peter Yates, production stills, and the detailed planning for the chase scene. Also covered are the cast, the building of the cars used in the film, and the how and why the stunts were choreographed and filmed. To round out the story, an examination of what happened to the cars is provide, including the restoration of the original car.