The Wages of Fear (1953)
This is a remake.
Poster on the wall
Truck drivers driving dangerous loads
Ambulance drivers in the North African desert in world war two face similar perils
Similar opening scenes. Bugs strung together by children.
A character makes a reference.
Crow: "It's 'The Wages of Fear.'"
The film is advertised in Paul House's theatre.
Action thriller about a vehicle that may explode if it is not driven in a certain way
"It's the Arkansas remake of 'Wages of Fear'!"
Title reference to the English title 'The Wages of Fear' (also sometimes used for William Friedkin's 1977 re-make, Sorcerer). Also, both plots revolve around explosives.
The film is scheduled to be shown on movie night.
Mentioned as the original version of Sorcerer
mentioned in documentary.
Pope mentions "The Wages of Fear".
Mentioned by Rich Hall as an example of a European road film.
Mentioned by Jude Law
Acknowledged by Christopher Nolan as a key influence.
The saloon in the tropics
Fear of Wages is a spoof of Wages of Fear, the English translation of La salarie de la peur
Frenchman driving a truck on a life-or-death mission, cigarette in mouth, gets comrade drenched head to foot in black oil.
One of Earl and Greg's movies ("Wages for Beer")