The World’s Fastest Indian

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  1. This great movie reminds me of my uncle Dell….His hobby was building Homelite powered Go-Karts in the 50's and they were hard to beat and his shop looked just like Burt Monro's…His son wound up building very fast motors in Portland and won a NHRA Funny Car title in the early 70's…Springer-Price.

  2. It's really too bad that Don Vesco wasn't here to enjoy the times. I remember when we met Burt on the salt,and how impressed Both Don and Tony were with his efforts. RIP you aule ripper !!!

  3. I remember seeing this movie when it was available at Blockbuster Video. I recommended it to people for many many years… still bring it up when there is talk about a race.. This movie even made me tear up. I didn't even click on it.. it just was the next video because auto-play was on while I wasn't paying attention. It played for 1 hour 15 minutes before if even noticed it, yet I was sitting, typing on my computer the whole time lol.

  4. this was a great movie! a wonderful "man against machine" movie with such a historical event. I'd heard of Burt Munro before, but i didnt know their was a docu-movie out their. Not sure how I've missed this one in 2005 He still holds records to this day.
    Indian motorcycle company commemorates Burt and they design a new motorcycle called The Spirit of Munro in 2013.

  5. Yes thank you for putting this movie on here. It sure didn't get the recognition it deserved. I would like to meet the 57 people that didn't like this movie and see what kind of movies they do like. Movies don't get any better than this. Plus it's a true story.

  6. Dr. Richard's book is the first published book on the historic protestant reformation of the 16th century in Pakistan…published and released October, 2017 to celebrate the 500th anniversary of this event, 10,000 copies were freely distributed, along with a dinner served and the wonderful fellowship that followed.

  7. Youtube Movies: I thank you from the bottom of my heart for posting this movie. It's not only a masterpiece but a true story as well. I have looked for a copy in DVD with no avail. Again, thank you very much.

  8. he was a pioneer in his day, but who was the guy from the US that set out to build a prototype machine a few years ago? similar to John Bitton from Oz, drawing a blank on his name, self taught engineer, that built an awesome bike, but it never took off, help me out there guys and gal's, he hoping to build a bike that would compete in GP racing

  9. The character Burt reminds me of this wonderful old man who worked out of his garage fixing exotic vehicles.

    I would watch him for hours as he rebuilt MGs, Jaguars, Rolls Royces, etc, & listen as he explained what goes where, how it works, etc.

    I pass by that area now, & am sad to see the lot empty, the garage closed, but I remember him. 😃

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