The EM50 Urban Assault Vehicle from the film Stripes. jurekes. GMC Urban Assault Vehicle From The Movie" Stripes". from Pinterest. Urban Assault Vehicle from the movie Stripes, It was based on a GMC Motorhome. Find this Pin and more on movie& tv by David May. Reitman wanted a new way to do a romantic scene that honors romance, but stays true to comedy and the tone of a movie like Stripes. He set up the spatula scene by leaving a bunch of props for Bill to play with, put things in the refrigerator, and walked Bill through and gave him a tour of the kitchen.
Jun 26, 1981 But what happens during basic leads to their entire platoon being assigned to an overseas mission in Italy, to test a new urban assault vehicle, the EM50 project. John and Russell decide to take the EM50 for an unauthorized test drive to visit Stella and Louise who have been reassigned to West Germany. The EM50 is a fictional military project for an Urban Assault Vehicle based on a 1976 GMC Motorhome Palm Beach model. In the movie its all tricked out with machine guns, flame throwers, rocket launchers, armor, and a communications and navigation center.
But what happens during basic leads to their entire platoon being assigned to an overseas mission in Italy, to test a new urban assault vehicle, the EM50 project. John and Russell decide to take the EM50 for an unauthorized test drive to visit Stella and Louise who have been reassigned to West Germany. During the rescue toward the end of the movie, when a rocket is fired from the Urban Assault Vehicle toward a guard tower, a crew member is clearly visible crouching at the left of the scene attempting to conceal himself behind part of a building.
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Stripes is a 1981 American buddy military comedy film directed by Ivan Reitman and starring Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, Warren Oates, P. J. Soles, Sean Young, and John Candy. Several actors including John Larroquette, John Diehl, Conrad Dunn, and Judge Reinhold were featured in their first significant film roles.