• Apr 7th 2006 at 1:02PM
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We're willing to bet that more than a few Autoblog regulars have made use of The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) to keep tabs on their favorite star, or answer trivia questions like 'Who was the voice of Jazz in the Transformers Movie?' (A: Scatman Crothers).

But how many of you know about IMCDb - Internet Movie Car Data Base? The website chronicles the use of automobiles in movies of all ages and genres, and it's a fun and occasionally useful tool. Available in English, French and German, IMCDb boasts entries for a good number of vehicles used in films originating outside of Hollywood, as well as a large number of lesser-known marques like Hotchkiss and Innocenti. Well-organized with a powerful search utility that allows searches by manufacturer, vehicle type or film title, the massive database offers thousands of screen captures and allows users to participate by identifying 'mystery' vehicles.

'What Would Lindsay Lohan Drive?' Wonder no more.

[Sources: IMCDb; IMDB]

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      • 9 Years Ago
      KEWL. Let's see if DiCaprio has ever driven a Prius onscreen.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Interesting site. But... it doesn't know one piece of auto movie trivia I remember: A Fiat X1/9 that appears in the final scenes of Silver Streak, driven (well, stolen) by Richard Pryor...
      • 9 Years Ago
      yeah. i checked this site out maybe a year ago and found it basically completely useless. it either missed trivia i was looking for... or just had really easy to figure information that would never be worth looking up to begin with.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Leo DiCaprio drives Priuses in real life. He probably hasnt driven one in his movies since most of the characters he's played would nt have drive a hybrid cars - they didnt exist!
      • 9 Years Ago
      I guess it's geared more towards production type vehicles.
      I was unsuccessful in looking up two of the greatest vehicles in movie history:
      The 12 wheeled truck from the movie "Damnation Alley"
      and the Marine personnel carrier from "Aliens"(II)
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