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    There Will Be No KILLDOZER!! Part II,,,,

    Well, I have waited for 44 years for the sequel to Killdozer!!,,,

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killdozer!_(film)

    I thought for sure I would get to see part 2,, but, Clint Walker passed away,,,

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clint_Walker

    Oh, well, I wonder if any other actors can drive a D9 CAT??
    ,,, especially one with a pony motor,,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by CADplans View Post
    Well, I have waited for 44 years for the sequel to Killdozer!!,,,

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killdozer!_(film)

    I thought for sure I would get to see part 2,, but, Clint Walker passed away,,,

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clint_Walker

    Oh, well, I wonder if any other actors can drive a D9 CAT??
    ,,, especially one with a pony motor,,,
    I'm ready to make a remake using a 1025r, and call it 'subKILLpact JD!" Anyone want to be a star? I'll be casting soon.
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    That is one of the very few movies that stuck in my head all my life.

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    There's just something about a 70's movie. :-)
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    Cool movie-- I remember watching it with my cousin as a little kid. We thought that big D-9 was pretty bad!

    What's not to like! Exorcism by a big old pipeliner welder!

    Heh, the remake could have taken a turn like: Killdozer vs. Komatsu.

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    There was another movie from a similar era and scope - it was a possessed tractor trailer (tanker I think). Canít remember the name.....
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    Duel:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duel_(1971_film)

    Yep, another good one! A possessed needle nose Peterbilt vs. a Valiant.

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    Geez my memory is failing... The minute I read this I thought D7 was the star. Oh well wrong again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    There was another movie from a similar era and scope - it was a possessed tractor trailer (tanker I think). Canít remember the name.....
    You aren't thinking of Duel are you? Dennis Weaver (played McCloud, 70s show about a cowboy/sherriff in NYC) driving across the desert, being followed by a big tractor trailer that is menacing him. Pretty good movie, Stephen Spielberg's first official movie.

    https://youtu.be/tc9kpbxufRA
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    There was another movie from a similar era and scope - it was a possessed tractor trailer (tanker I think). Canít remember the name.....
    i remember watching that one. all the electric stuff in town starts to act weird, the trucks all parked at the the truck stop start up on their own, and act like a band of wild indians circling the trucks top, and nobody can escape. i liked that one.

    bad thing was it was filmed in the south-IIRC--so every time i came across a small trucks top, i would ask the waitress-if they had , had any weird electric shortages, and then laugh--of course they knew what i meant most of the times.
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