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Mechanic, The (1972)

This is the heart warming tale of an aging hit man who takes a young killer under his wing. Charles Bronson and Jan-Michael Vincent are both spotted with cans of Coors and JMV abbeers with beautiful Hamm’s and Miller High Life signs. We also spy the “Death Wish” star with a Lucky neon outside the bar.

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Death Wish 3 (1985)

Charles Bronson is back as ‘Paul Kersey’ for the third installment in this vigilante series. He abbeers with Martin Balsam and a Moosehead case, with multiple bottles of Michelob and while holding an ice cream bar with side Schaefer and Miller High Life neons. Ed Lauter is spotted with a great Budweiser case and a partial Old Style can. Finally, …

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Hard Times (1975)

Charles Bronson is a drifter turned prize fighter in this New Orleans, Depression era drama. Local brew Jax is featured in bottle form and is spotted with the “Death Wish” star and his co-star James Coburn. We also spot Strother Martin under a nice outdoor Regal sign.

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Indian Runner, The (1991)

Viggo Mortensen is a Viet Nam vet who has trouble adjusting to civilian life with his cop brother David Morse in this critically acclaimed drama. There is excellent bar signage to be seen. We spot 7 different Storz (Omaha, Nebraska’s finest) signs, 2 Hamm’s, 2 Miller High Life, an Old Milwaukee and 2 Schlitz, one of which is a beautiful …

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Mr. Majestyk (1974)

Charles Bronson is a melon farmer who battles the mafia and hit man Al Lettieri in this action drama. Coors cans, bottles and signs are placed generously but the highlight is clearly the melon-mobile parked in front of a bar with an excellent outdoor Walter’s sign.

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Breakout (1975)

Charles Bronson plays a bush pilot who teams with Randy Quaid to free an innocent man in Mexico who’s portrayed by a beer-less Robert Duvall. The lovely Jill Ireland appears in several of the many scenes involving cans of Coors.

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Death Wish II (1982)

This sequel gives us an absolutely stunning hand painted Pabst Blue Ribbon wall mural. We also get the star, Charles Bronson, with a pair of Coors and Lowenbrau neon signs.