We have to admit that we're more than a little excited about the upcoming Green Hornet movie. Aside from being one of the most awesome comic-book heroes ever to grace the pages of pulp, the crime-fighting guru of the series spends his vigilante nights tangoing with both the law and various shady characters from behind the wheel of a heavily modified Chrysler Imperial. Justice, thy name is body-on-frame.
To make the movie, workers constructed a total of 29 1964-1966 Imperials for various portions of filming and stunt work, and the producers have just released a quick video giving us all a quick behind the scenes look at the building the Black Beauty. There are even a few quick action shots taken from the movie thrown in for good measure. The Green Hornet is slated to hit theaters next year, so if you've got an old Imperial languishing in the back yard, now's the time to get that thing running. Hit the jump to check out the video for yourself. Thanks for the tip, Chris!