American Grafitti


it's a excellent movie of all time

>>By dr bob   (Tuesday, 31 Dec 2002 09:35)

I liked it also.

>>By tell   (Saturday, 1 Feb 2003 03:58)

The first time I saw "American Grafitti" I was just a kid. It is a great movie and will always be one of my personal favorites.

>>By Steven   (Monday, 3 Mar 2003 20:50)

steven ur a loser

>>By boliver marvin   (Wednesday, 12 Mar 2003 21:50)

I was able to see Milner's car in Modesto during one of their cruise nights. (It was years ago.) Being a fan of the movie it was a blast seeing a bit of history. I never knew my Dad knew the owner and I got to sit in the driver's seat. Man! To behind the wheel of one of the most famous hot rods was awesome. Still love the movie to this day. (Didn't care for the sequal at all.)

>>By Bleyd   (Tuesday, 25 Mar 2003 04:04)

Loved the movie so much am now building a '55 Chevy look-a-like.
Watch it some much know every line.


>>By Graff'55   (Thursday, 27 Mar 2003 21:14)


J'ai 39 ans et je ne peut dire comment jaurais aimé vivre

les année 50, 60., ce film est vraiment très bon, il me permet

de rêvé. Le ford 31 st un model que j'aime particulièrement ,

en plus je suis thecnicien pour un dealer ford

>>By Dan   (Friday, 4 Apr 2003 02:08)

American Grafitti, What a Great movie !!! It's all about being young... where high school friends spend that last memorable summer together, before they journey out into that real world... and become adults.

The story takes place in the 60's. But, we have all lived this in our teen years, regardless if that time was the 60's, 70's, 80's or 90's. Bottom line is that EVERYONE can relate to this movie.

I grew up in the early 70's and graduated in 74. I had a hotrod
69 Roadrunner. Yes, we had a "Paradise Road" and raced on
weekend nights... and yes, we also had a "Holstein" who was always out to bust us... but never did. ha ha.

>>By OPEC BILL   (Friday, 25 Apr 2003 21:24)

IThe film works fo me in lots of ways The music: yes. The cars: yes, and you could enjoy it for that happy stuff. Or you could go a lot deeper. It was the end of something for those kids - Steve knew "you can't stay 17 forever", but he missd the plane in more ways than one and was stuck with whimpy clinging Lorie.

Curt got out - but only thanks to the Joe and his hoods. In one night they got Curt involved in a robbery and willful distruction of police property - so he had to get out of town.

My favorites will alway be Terry and Debby. God I love that peroxide hair! Toad was the innocent good hearted every-ones victim and Debbie was the most fair dinkum girl in the film: a real pal as well as a "bitchin' babe". It was kind in a way that Milner was to be killed by a drunk driver, because "Paradise Road" was taking him nowhere.

Anyway, the film did touch something in me, like lots of you.

>>By ejholden62   (Friday, 2 May 2003 14:50)

The movie always great for teenagers in all time!

>>By Nilo Moreira   (Thursday, 19 Jun 2003 19:26)

I first saw the movie while on R & R in Saigon (USMC Recon. at the time) while I was in from the bush. I couldn't believe it; I didn't even know that there was such a movie planned when I left early in '71. Most of the cruising scenes are from my home town, Petaluma, California and I took huge pleasure in that alone. Still do. In fact my first race was on that very road (Frates Road) where the black '55 lost it. I still race there when the mood strikes. Most of those stores are long gone. Petaluma is now a yuppie antique dealer populated town, but back then.....

>>By Catman   (Tuesday, 1 Jul 2003 06:42)

best movie ever im 22 and live in australia i wish we could see the cars on tour down here and more mechandise but love it no every word makes me wish i was born all them years ago

>>By redman   (Sunday, 6 Jul 2003 04:09)

I Think "Cooley High" (1975) was a better movie.


>>By DJ   (Tuesday, 8 Jul 2003 01:50)

when i saw american grafitti i quite liked what american people do when they are grafitti

>>By martin   (Tuesday, 8 Jul 2003 12:35)

Does anyone know for sure what the year and make of the Hot Rod is? If so email me at , thanks.

>>By Bob   (Sunday, 13 Jul 2003 21:25)

can anybody email or tell me where you can buy posters or any mercandise in australia any help would be great cheers

>>By red   (Thursday, 24 Jul 2003 02:44)

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