The Warriors is a 1979 American actionthriller film that centers on a New York City street gang who must make an urban journey of 30 miles, from the north end of the Bronx to their home turf in Coney Island in southern Brooklyn, after they are framed for the murder of a respected gang leader.
The LaSalle Funeral Coach is a hearse wagon built by American manufacturer LaSalle. In the 1962 James Bond film, Dr. No, The Three Blind Mice, assassins working for Dr. Julius No, use this hearse in Kingston, Jamaica, to dispose the body of John Strangways.
The film Smokey & The Bandit starring Burt Reynolds was the 2nd highest grossing film in 1977 right behind Star Wars. In it, Reynolds buys the 1977 Trans Am to drive as a diversion for the police while his friend Snowman drives his big rig full of bootleg beer into another state.