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Video: Watch the full Alcatraz “Bullitt” chase scene with the 2013 Mustang

By - March 28, 2012 – 4:54 pm5 Comments | 8,044 views

Alcatraz 2013 Mustang Chase Scene

For its season finale, the Fox television show Alcatraz filmed an elaborate reenactment of the famous car chase scene in the 1968 movie Bullitt. While the Alcatraz version undoubtedly has its differences, one being that the star of the chase is a Deep Impact Blue 2013 Mustang GT rather than a Highland Green 1968 Mustang Fastback, many of the same San Francisco streets and camera angles originally used in Bullitt are featured in the new chase scene.

The episode aired earlier this week on Monday evening, but in case you missed it we have the entirety of the chase scene available for you to watch. Check out the Alcatraz chase scene and the 2013 Ford Mustang in action in the video below, and try and pick out the similarities and differences from the the original one in Bullitt.

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  • A10ACN says:

    Wow! It was EXACTLY the same! The ONLY minor differences that I could see were Steve McQueen is a bit younger than I expected and it looks as if he’s been really working his pecks. Oh, and there were no hubcaps slung. Only differences. Just minor. Other than that, it could’ve been spliced into the original and I would’ve never noticed………………

  • Enzo says:

    u got to be kidding me, letting a woman reenact a famous scene like that plus a DRIVING scene!! (no offense to the females) but what the hell were they thinking. i know the stunt driver might have bind a man but still.

  • Merle Grant says:

    I can see a big difference in the Charger and Mustang today.

  • Starkie says:

    Wow, I am blown away.
    Do they have it in Dark Green?
    If so, I’ll trade my 2003 Dodge SRT-4 and my 2011 Prius IV for one right now!

  • Jayce Davidsen says:

    I absoulutly love the that color and wish mine was the same. Great car chase but I think that I would never give a cop my new mustang, not in a million years.

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