Julienne Rémy, the stunt king – The place of the advertisement – Car-Motor

Fiat 127 (1971)
Fifty years ago, the Fiat 127 was an important innovation, and Rémy Julienne, who had a close relationship with the brand, also gave the way to advertise it.

Fiat 124 (1973)
He also repeated the brave teasing of filming the Italian job in this commercial, shot in the style of contemporary car chases, in which the stuntman is referred to as a pull name.

Fiat (1974)
This short film is almost complete. As a kind of ambassador for the brand, Julienne Rémy talks about why she loves Fiats in her stunt stunts.

Renault
It is a mixture of short films shot for Renault, the central element of which, like the Herbie, is a self-propelled and self-propelled car. The tricks of his commercials 18 and 14 were not realized at that time with a computer, but with different mechanics and remote control, as can be seen at the end of the video, in a werk film showing the preparations.

Isuzu Gemini (1985-1991)
In the 1980s, there was a strong call from Japan to promote Isuzu’s novelty, Gemini. The series, shot in France, is still reaching its goal, the viewer will sooner or later long behind the government of Isuzu! Once again, only physical tricks were performed, as evidenced by the two werk films.

Isuzu Gemini werkfilmek

Opel Kadett GSi
Familiar stunts from Isuzu commercials were also repeated with Opels. No wonder you can’t get bored of this!

Peugeot 205 GTi
The name of Gérard Pirès may be familiar from the cast list of the first 1998 Taxi film. It is no coincidence that the stunt coordinator of the action-comedy shot with Peugeot was also Rémy Julienne, with whom the director has already worked on commercials shot for the French brand.

Citroën Visa GTi (1988)
Citroën could not be left without Rémy Julienne’s commercials either. Perhaps the most famous is the story of the Visa GTi aircraft carrier. Who would think of reaching for a remote control when they see such commercials?


Source: Autó-Motor by www.automotor.hu.

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