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Best format is the SE 2 DVD Set. It's 16/9 enhanced
and in the correct 1.85:1 aspect ratio of the film, and can be purchased either Individually or as part of
The Essential Steve McQueen Collection Box Set.
|Individual SE DVD||As Part of Box Set||Collectors r1 DVD|
|Frank Bullitt (McQueen) is put on assignment to protect a powerful underworld figure who is about to
snitch on his cronies in a big court case. But things start going very wrong from the beginning, as the bad guys seem to know way to much about
the police departments secret operation. |
Bullitt (much to the angst of his superiors) is determined to get to the bottom of the case, even if it means bucking the system and getting on the wrong side of powerful political figures who have vested interests in the case.
|Robert Vaughn (from The Magnificent Seven) is excellent as an antagonistic politician who wants to either command or crush the rebellious Bullitt. Simon Oakland plays Bullitt's tough but fair police boss. Jacqueline Bissett is absolutely beautiful and convincing in her role as Bullitt's wife/girlfriend. McQueen regular Don Gordon is good as Bullitt's police partner. Robert Duvall also puts in an appearance in one of his early film roles.|
|The car chase|
|The famous Ford Mustang.|
This is the film that featured the extremely famous and groundbreaking car chase sequence between the Ford Mustang and the Dodge Charger. Steve McQueen did a lot of the driving in this, but he was also assisted by stunt drivers in some scenes.