A Jeep CJ-3B is a fairly unusual sight in Hollywood films, usually limited to brief cameo appearances. The best ones are probably Good Morning Vietnam (1987) and Riders to the Stars (1954). But the biggest roles for the CJ-3B have been in films from around the world, like Scent of Vengeance (Spain, 1995), Children of Nature (Iceland, 1991), Dharmatma (India, 1975), and I Hate But Love (Japan, 1962).
Colonia (2015) -- hanging out with the stars on location in Buenos Aires.
Hellfighters (1968) -- John Wayne's Jeep (seen in the background of this page).
Julie (1956) -- airport fire Jeep.
Riders to the Stars (1954) -- CJ-3B joins the space race.
Johnny Dark (1954) -- CJ-3B and Aero Willys.
Black Mama White Mama (1973) -- Jeeps and chains.
Children of Nature (Iceland, 1991) -- beautiful Jeep and scenery.
Hatari! (1962) -- lots of Jeeps , but the CJ-3B is left on the cutting room floor.
Scent of Vengeance (Spain, 1995) -- the ultimate CJ-3B film?
Wild Horses (Argentina, 1995) -- on the run in a CJ-3B.
Bajo Bandera (Argentina, 1997) -- Argentine Army Jeeps.
Dharmatma (India, 1975) -- tragic Willys romance in Afghanistan.
Septem8er Tapes (2004) -- chasing Bin Laden in a high hood.
Ezhunnallathu (India, 1991) -- nice CJ-3B, not much else.
Havana (1990) -- Jeep and a Cadillac.
The Man With the Golden Gun (1974) and Octopussy (1983) -- CJ-007.
Sahara (2005) -- old and new sand-colored Jeeps.
Ocean's 11 (1960) -- Sheriff's Department Jeep Posse.
Flight of the Phoenix (2004) -- some Flying Boxcar history.
NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (2015) -- TV episode.
I Hate But Love (Japan, 1962) -- kooky Jeep road movie.
Virus (Japan, 1980) -- Mitsubishi military Jeeps.
The Amazing Race (2008) -- Mitsubishi Jeep on TV.
Godzilla 2000 (Japan, 1999) -- man in rubber suit.
Godzilla vs. Mothra (Japan, 1964) and Godzilla vs. Megalon (Japan, 1973)
Gamera (1965) and Gamera vs. Monster X (1970) -- Japan threatened by giant turtle.
Alluda Mazaaka (India, 1995) -- wild Mahindra Jeep stunts.
Road, Movie (India, 2009) and Mother Teresa (1997) -- more Jeeps in India.
More Bollywood Jeep Songs -- there are a lot of them.
Aradhana (India, 1969) -- love song in a Jeep.
Bandit Queen (India, 1994) -- Mahindra police Jeeps.
The Worst Car in the World? (UK, 2013) -- on TV's Top Gear
Patton (1970), The McKenzie Break (1970) and PT109 (1963) -- 3B as MB.
Blue Hawaii (1961) and In God's Hands (1998) -- catch a wave (or a Jeep).
Picnic (1955) and The Long Hot Summer (1958) -- Jeep soap operas.
Cops in CJ-3Bs in the Movies -- police Jeeps around the world.
Gorillas in the Mist (1988) and The Gods Must Be Crazy (1980)
I'm For the Hippopotamus (Italy, 1979) -- CJ-3A and 3B on safari.
Welcome 2 Karachi (2015) -- Indian comedy shot in the UK.
Topkapi (1964) and When Father Was Away on Business (1985)
Geisha Boy (1958) -- baggage loader Jeep at LAX.
Fire on the Amazon (2000) -- Sandra Bullock.
Machete! (1958) -- B-Jeep in a B-Movie.
The Black Pimpernel (Sweden, 2007) -- true story from Chile.
El Rey (Colombia, 2004) -- early days of the drug war.
Dante's Peak (1997) and The Lords of Discipline (1983) -- cameo roles.
Dark of the Sun (1968) -- UN peacekeeping Jeep.
Good Morning Vietnam (1987) -- CJ-3B as Armed Forces Radio vehicle.
A Bright Shining Lie (1998) -- Jeeps in Vietnam.
Platoon (1986) -- CJ3B-J4 with sandbags.
Air America (1990) -- two M606s in Laos.
The Deer Hunter (1978) and The Killing Fields (1984)
Missing in Action (1984) -- Chuck Norris.
Bananas (1971) -- Woody Allen rents a Jeep.
3 Women (1977) -- can women drive Jeeps?
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) and Contact (1997) -- 3B phone home.
If you spot a CJ-3B on the screen in other films, please Also on CJ3B.info, see some DJ-3A Surrey Jeeps in the Movies. Elsewhere on the web, see the Internet Movie Cars Database for all kinds of Jeeps in the movies. Visit CJ3B.info on Facebook.
Also on CJ3B.info, see some DJ-3A Surrey Jeeps in the Movies.
Elsewhere on the web, see the Internet Movie Cars Database for all kinds of Jeeps in the movies.
Visit CJ3B.info on Facebook.
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