Hollywood's Favourite Jukebox
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We have for a hire a Classic 1960's AMi Continental II Vinyl Jukebox. This jukebox is the choice of film makers and music buffs around the world.
Below we have detailed some appearances of the jukebox in various films.
Jukebox45s has for hire a classic 1960s Vinyl Jukebox. This model of jukebox has appeared in lots of films. It looks great and has a great visual mechanism that can be easily films. This means that you can see the records being taken out of the carousel and placed on the turntable. This jukebox is in fantastic condition. It has been full re-chromed and is perfect working order. It can be supplied with a full compliment of vinyl 7" 45rpm records. With our contacts we can always try and source a particular record if you hve a specific song in mind. This jukebox is available for hire to TV, Film, Stage and Music Video Productions.
Jukebox45s offer a great professional service and have a proven track record. We were the first company in the UK to offer jukebox hire on a commercial basis and we were the company that introduced services where customers can choose the music that is loaded, Cd Jukebox Hire, Digital Jukebox Hire, Video Jukebox Hire, USB connectivity, Ipod Connectivity and much more. Where we lead others follow.
Natural Born Killers
Micky & Mallory Knox use it as a background.
Please note this youtube clip does show some violent scenes. We have the record by L7 played on the jukebox during this film scene.
Customers may either have Jukebox45s supply the music, or you may wish to supply your own, or you can have a mix of the two. Stairs are no great problem as we have a powered stair climber to move the jukeboxes, but please make us aware of any narrow stairs or tight turns.
Garth Daydreams to Foxy Lady by Jimi Hendrix.
Patrick Swayzee and Demi Moore listen to Unchained Melody by The Righteous Brothers.
Tina & Bobby
Tina dancing to the JukeBox in ITV's Tina & Bobby.
The AMi Continental 2 is also famous for being the jukebox model owned by Quentin Tarantino. Much was written about how he trucked his own personal jukebox, aptly named AMi (pronounced 'Amy'), to Austin, Texas for the filming of 'Death Proof' (2007). AMi appears in the Texas Chili Parlor, most famously as Butterfly gives Stuntman Mike a racy lapdance. Even Tarantino's handwritten song list is visible in the film. In fact, every song in the first half of 'GrindHouse' is from AMi.