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Has tearing. Has wear. According to Waad, Fawkes managed to rest through the night, despite his being warned that he would be interrogated until "I had gotton the inwards secret of his thoughts and all his complices".
Fawkes revealed his true identity on 7 November, and told his interrogators that there were five people involved in the plot to kill the King. He began to reveal their names on 8 November, and told how they intended to place Princess Elizabeth on the throne.
His third confession, on 9 November, implicated Francis Tresham. Following the Ridolfi plot of prisoners were made to dictate their confessions, before copying and signing them, if they still could. The trial of eight of the plotters began on Monday 27 January Fawkes shared the barge from the Tower to Westminster Hall with seven of his co-conspirators. The King and his close family, watching in secret, were among the spectators as the Lords Commissioners read out the list of charges.
Fawkes was identified as Guido Fawkes, "otherwise called Guido Johnson". He pleaded not guilty, despite his apparent acceptance of guilt from the moment he was captured.
The jury found all the defendants guilty, and the Lord Chief Justice Sir John Popham pronounced them guilty of high treason. They were to be "put to death halfway between heaven and earth as unworthy of both". Their genitals would be cut off and burnt before their eyes, and their bowels and hearts removed. They would then be decapitated, and the dismembered parts of their bodies displayed so that they might become "prey for the fowls of the air".
The last piece of evidence offered was a conversation between Fawkes and Wintour, who had been kept in adjacent cells. The two men apparently thought they had been speaking in private, but their conversation was intercepted by a government spy. When the prisoners were allowed to speak, Fawkes explained his not guilty plea as ignorance of certain aspects of the indictment.
Fawkes was the last to stand on the scaffold. He asked for forgiveness of the King and state, while keeping up his "crosses and idle ceremonies" Catholic practices. Show out of stock. More Filters Hide. Ships soonest. Ships Mon, Jan Limit 0 bottles per customer. Ramone is usually depicted as purple with a yellow and orange flame job, but throughout the film, he changes his paint job every morning green, yellow, red in the first film, blue in Mater and the Ghostlight to keep his skills sharp, owing to a lack of customers.
This situation changes after Radiator Springs becomes vibrant again. He also likes to drive slow and very low on the road, and is overjoyed when the road is asphalted, enjoying the smoothness of the road. However, he does seem to have a childish side in his personality, as in a scene after Lightning McQueen has destroyed the town's main road, Sally asked Flo what she had in her store, the latter responding "I have gas, lots of gas! In a deleted scene that told the story of how Ramone and Flo fell in love, the only customer Ramone has refused to paint was his future wife Flo.
When she asked him, "Whassamatta, you too good to paint me? The story took place in Radiator Springs in Ramone reappears in Cars 2 , making a few appearances in the Radiator Springs scenes, though he joins everyone else to help McQueen in England. In the melee scene, Ramone disables one of the lemon cars by spray painting into the car's eyes, blinding him. In the movie Planes , when Dusty cuts off the radios power when El Chupacabra was singing the song "Love Machine", he says Ramone's catchphrase "Low and slow" which causes Chupacabra to sing a romance version of the song.
Her license plate reads "SHOGRL", the same as the license plates applied to many Motorama show cars and an abbreviation of the term " showgirl ". During the cruising scene, "Motorama " appears above her license plate. According to a deleted scene, she is a Motorama showcar who came to Radiator Springs during a national tour although there wasn't a Motorama show held in Ramone custom painted her crew all except her.
She asks "What's the matter, you too good to paint me? They immediately fell in love. Later, she and Sally are seen swooning over Francesco. In Toy Story 2 , Al's car looks a lot like her; she may be a reference to his car.
Fillmore's license plate reads "", an easter egg which is a reference to May 12, , the birthdate of George Carlin, and is also the ZIP code of George, Iowa.
He is a stereotypical hippie ,  as he has stickers of the peace sign and flowers with his license plate positioned to resemble a soul patch. His name is a reference to the Fillmore East , a venue that was an epicenter for rock performances throughout the s and s The Allman Brothers , The Grateful Dead , and Jimi Hendrix all made notable live recordings there, to name a few.
He owns an organic fuel shop Fillmore's Organic Fuel which features several flavors, and believes gasoline companies are lying to the public. He is implied to smoke marijuana ,  as it is indirectly referenced when he speaks of his organic fuel use. This is much to Sarge's irritation, as he yells at Fillmore:. He has a sticker on his rear that says "I brake for Jackalopes". The jackalope is a mythical creature which features in the theatrical short Boundin' , shown with The Incredibles.
Another sticker says "Save 2D Animation ". He has appeared in every Disney Cars game so far. As voiced by George Carlin, Fillmore's voice is similar to "Al Sleet, the hippy-dippy weatherman", a part of Carlin's comedy routine in the s.
Fillmore was re-cast due to George Carlin's death, and was voiced by Lloyd Sherr. Fillmore initially supports Allinol as it supposedly does not use oil, even convincing McQueen it is safe after several accidents involving other cars using Allinol. However, for the final race, Sarge replaces McQueen's Allinol with Fillmore's organic fuel, which is what prevents Lightning from being killed in the race.
Fillmore was originally going to be named Waldmire , after a Route 66 resident, but Waldmire, a vegan, didn't want his name to be used, because Fillmore toys would be featured in Happy Meals at McDonald's. Sarge voiced by Paul Dooley is a Willys Jeep.
Army World War II. He runs a surplus store, named " Sarge's Surplus Hut ", next door to Fillmore and acts as part of Lightning's pit crew, gassing him up during the race. His recruits include T. Sarge reappears in Cars 2 , using assistance from the British Army to aid in the melee against the Lemons. Prior to the final leg of the World Grand Prix, he secretly switches McQueen's supply of Allinol the alternative fuel developed by race founder Sir Miles Axlerod for Fillmore's organic fuel blend.
Like Fillmore he became suspicious of the fuel after the incidents in Japan and Italy. The change saves McQueen from being killed as part of Axlerod's plot to discredit alternative fuels.
Her license plate, "MT23", is a reference to her model and year. Her name is derived from Tin Lizzie , one of the Model T's popular nicknames. She appears to have gone somewhat senile , and has a crush on Lightning McQueen. When she is shown teasing Luigi and Guido in the film, stating "The new road makes your place look like a dump. She appears extremely motherly.
Lizzie reappears in Cars 2 with a minor role. In the beginning she greets Lightning when he returns, but didn't even know he was gone all this time. She isn't present at the airport but is seen in the end talking to Mack about how crazy Holley Shiftwell is for keeping a dent.
She also appears in Cars 3 , which would be Helmond's final role before her death. Lizzie was originally going to be named Henry F. Ord , after Henry Ford. He is shy and emotional which explains why he cries and drives away at the same time. He spends most of his time gardening and washing things, such as the statue of Stanley in front of his fire station.
It was stated by Mater that Red "hated" Lightning McQueen , because he accidentally killed his flowers. Later, it is clear that Red had forgiven Lightning McQueen and warmed up to him, especially when he burst into tears and fled when he mistakenly thought that Lightning McQueen left without saying goodbye.
While he gasped and sobbed in the film, he didn't really talk. In the first film, he seems to know about tractor-tipping as he used his horn to try and stop a stampede of tractors out of trying to protect his flowers.
Red reappears in Cars 2 as a non-speaking character. He only makes a small appearance at the airport crying as he sees Team McQueen taking off for Tokyo, also in the battle against the Lemons, where he arrives just in time to blast some of the Lemons away with his fire hose.
Red appears in the Tales from Radiator Springs short film: Bugged. He was voiced by Jerome Ranft , who voiced Gamma in Up. Lizzie, reminiscing, describes him as having been "an awfully persistent li'l bugger for a two-cylinder". A statue of Stanley stands outside the town hall, and although it was broken off its pedestal and dragged through the streets on a wire by Lightning McQueen, it was fortunately undamaged, and another mishap placed the statue right back where it was.
Although dead, Stanley continues to exert an influence on the town, particularly over Lizzie, who often talks to his statue in memory of him. Stanley's statue reappears in Cars 2 where he was shown to be less old and broken, possibly renovated. In the Cars Land theme park, signage commemorating "The Original Radiator Spring" claims that "On this site in the summer of Stanley, exploring out west, overheated as his radiator water boiled away.
Coasting into the shade, he happened upon a life-saving natural spring. Upon this most fortunate discovery, Stanley founded the first settlement in Ornament Valley, and in honor of the oasis, christened it Radiator Springs. The revised Timeline of the toon shows Lightning and Mater travelling back to , meeting Stanley, and pointing Lizzie out to Stanley, prompting him to approach her to make a sale.
A quick stop on their way back to the present allows Lightning and Mater to witness Stanley and Lizzie's wedding. Stanley makes a silent cameo in the Pixar short, Boundin'. Bessie is a non-anthropomorphic tarmac -laying machine that is used to fix roads in Radiator Springs. When Lightning McQueen accidentally destroys the road by dragging the statue of Stanley, Radiator Springs traffic court judge Doc Hudson sentences him to fix the road with "her".
Aggregate jostles loose in a top hopper, and her black-smoke-extruding exhaust pipes are coated with the remains of decades of paving seasons In fact, everything is wrong about Bessie except the product she produces when Lightning finally decides to get serious about his civic duty. During the epilogue, the Delinquent Road Hazards have to fix a road in Radiator Springs with "her" as punishment for speeding. Bessie is a "non-living" vehicle; she cannot move by herself and she has no voice actress in the film.
Frank is a generic red combine harvester that resembles a bull , and the guardian of the tractors which "moo" as cows. After Lightning McQueen 's first encounter with Frank during a night of tractor tipping with Mater, Lightning starts dreaming that he, The King, and Chick Hicks the last of whom does not survive, getting chopped up while The King and McQueen move out of the way are beaten by Frank in the tie-breaker race.
Frank wins the Piston Cup and gets kissed while Lightning is surrounded by the tractors who are licking him. Later, the tractors end up stampeding into Radiator Springs following a mishap with them on Mater's part. He is last seen with the tractors at the drive-in theatre scenes behind the fence far behind Mack, watching the movie as well. He is also seen in the short Mater and the Ghostlight when Mater races past him, waking him up, but does not chase him.
Frank seems to be the soothing and kind master of the tractors and the leader of the herd and also hates trespassers who step into his farm and bother the tractors. The tractors also appear in Planes and are shown to be sacred in India India's residents believing they will be reincarnated as tractors.
A flashback in the original film devotes a little over a minute to show Radiator Springs in a pre- freeway era when all cross-country traffic would by necessity pass through the town's busy main street.
Various old cars appear very briefly in this segment with no names and no dialogue, only to vanish when the town is bypassed. One bumps on the camera lens, leaving a mark on it, and flies off eventually One also appears in Mater and the Ghostlight , which Mater had confused for the Ghostlight despite the yellow headlights.
The bugs are alive but do not speak Vroomaroundus Bugus merely buzz with sped-up sounds of an air-cooled VW engine  so they are not named individually and they have no voice actors. He is voiced by Bob Costas , the NBC sportscaster and journalist and his name, like Darrell Cartrip's, is a play on that of his voice actor.
The character's name is a reference to the Oldsmobile Cutlass. Cutlass is actually supposed to resemble a Oldsmobile Aurora , even though the Aurora was never offered in a 2-door model. He did not return for the video game nor Cars 2 nor the video game for Cars 2. However, he did return for Cars 3. She returns for Cars 3: Driven To Win. She is voiced by Kerry Washington. Various officials and track employees are seen in the original film but not named in the movie's credits, often because they have no named voice actor or no speaking role.
Names and descriptions are assigned to these cars and trucks in the "Cars" franchise to allow the characters to be sold as die-cast toys. Dexter Hoover a pickup truck atop the flagstand waves the green flag to start the race, the checkered flag to finish the race and the yellow flag when Piston Cup officials call a caution. Charlie Checker is the official pace car at each race of the Piston Cup Series.
Race Official Tom , a Piston Cup official,  reviews videotape in the replay booth for the photo finish in the first race. Tow is a tow truck who removes injured contestants from the track, dragging a disabled but stubborn Chuck Armstrong away from the Dinoco after a collision.
No cameras! Get out of here! Brian voiced by Bob Scott , a pickup truck briefly spotted selling souvenirs at the Motor Speedway of the South, shouts "Get your antenna balls here!
At the end of the first movie, he is seen at the last race. At the end of the second movie, he is seen in Radiator Springs. The Alphanumeros are a group of cars in tight formation, driving at the beginning of the tiebreaker race in position to spell "PISTON CUP" with each letter formed from multiple, matching moving vehicles.
His only line is "Oh yeah! A news reporter who makes three appearances in Cars , Turbowitz is shown interviewing McQueen on-camera immediately before his original pit crew resigns en masse , is the first to report Lightning McQueen missing, and later obtains a tip from Doc Hudson revealing McQueen's location in Radiator Springs.
Chuki is a small, light pink hatchback with a Japanese nationality, living in Tokyo. Chuki has a very small appearance in Cars as she is shown as one of the news reporters who appear in the multi-clip footage of various TV news channels reporting McQueen's sudden disappearance while being transported to the Los Angeles International Speedway for his tie-breaker final of the Piston Cup.
In Cars 2 , she is seen in the neon advertisement glowboards in Tokyo. Chuki is based on hatchbacks designed according to Japan's Kei car specifications and is voiced by Sonoko Konishi, a senior Pixar animator who was also part of the animation team that won Ratatouille another Pixar film an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.
Jay Limo , like his voice actor Jay Leno , is the talk show host of The Jay Limo Show , which includes the same famous "brightly-hued skyscrapers" city-landscape in the background.
He resembles the latest generation of the Lincoln Town Car , with an extended front bumper to emulate Leno's famous big chin. He remarks "I don't know what's going to be harder to find; Lightning McQueen or a crew chief who'll work with him! Chuck Manifold voiced by Teddy Newton , a blue and somewhat-boxy s-style car, is an anchor for Racing Sports Network RSN who appears briefly at the end of the last of multiple media reports of McQueen's disappearance with the one line "They are all asking the same question: Where is McQueen?
A pair of helicopters with searchlights as the first of a large group of reporters in Radiator Springs are not listed in the film's credits but identified elsewhere in the franchise.
Other press cars not identified in the film's credits are Houser Boon a yellow camera car voiced by Michael Bell exclaiming "Show us the bolt! Video coverage of the race itself is handled by Racing Sports Network personnel Artie one of a pair of video control operators and a light-blue car who exclaims "Bob! The Hudson Hornet's back!
She interviews racers after they win and not being afraid to ask questions. Inspired and voiced by Shannon Spake. After McQueen's disappearance, the twins are devastated that McQueen apparently will not make it to the race. Chick Hicks then swoops in and consoles them, loading them up with his own merchandise and a free Hostile Takeover Bank-sponsored green paint job.
Mia and Tia accept the offer, not because they are Chick's fans, but because green complements their eyes. They soon return to being McQueen's fans, turning against Hicks after he deliberately causes Strip "The King" Weathers to wreck in the tie-breaker race. They also appear in the video game of Cars where they challenge Sally to a race to determine who gets a date with Lightning Mcqueen. In a deleted scene on the Cars DVD, the twins were fans who distract Lightning during a brief stop at the Top Down Truck Stop, a venue with "all convertible waitresses ", causing Mack to inadvertently leave without him.
The implicit reference to toplessness is largely removed from the final script, which has Mack driving straight through and separates the characters on I They don't appear in Cars 3 for unknown reasons, as they were replaced by a little red car named Maddy McGear. Albert Hinkey voiced by Douglas Keever   is an RV who proclaims himself as Lightning's "biggest" fan "biggest" being a pun because he is such a large vehicle.
He is first seen shouting encouraging words to McQueen as he makes it through the big wreck Chick Hicks caused. He is later seen in the tie-breaker race, cheering for McQueen and is shocked when he notices Doc Hudson.
When McQueen chooses to forfeit the win and help Strip Weathers finish his last race, he is shown sobbing when he sees what happens. He is later seen in Cars 3 , where shouts encouraging words to McQueen once again. Hinkey also has a loud horn, which he uses while saying "Ka-Chow! The Character is an obvious reference to John Hinckley , the stalker and attempted assassin of President Ronald Reagan who attempted such crimes to profess his love for actress Jodi Foster as her biggest fan.
It's the Hudson Hornet! This is a joke on the old Harold Lloyd punch line, "step right up and call me speedy! Fred voiced by Andrew Stanton is a starstruck, very rusty old car resembling a Lada Everybody knows his name because his license plate holder and license plate read "Hello, my name is" and "FRED", respectively. He is the prop for the recurring gag in the film; when McQueen says his name, he shouts "He knows my name!
Later, when he is unable to gain access to the tie-breaker race and Mario Andretti who would be waved through the gate on sight as a celebrity likewise reads his license plate, Fred says, "Mario Andretti knows my name!
You gotta let me in now! Fred is one of the many rusty old cars at the Rust-eze sponsor tent for McQueen's personal appearance; others listed in the "Car Finder" game but not named in the movie's credits include Jonathan Wrenchworths the rusted green car in Rust-eze advertisements and Donna Pits a rusted s car standing beside Fred. A group of five transport lorries watch the race at a truck stop; two are identified in the "Car Finder" game as Gil a green Peterbilt and Paul Valdez an orange transport with a white stripe and 'PV' on his cap.
The "more than two hundred thousand cars" watching the tiebreaker race include Coriander Widetrack a small purple car holding a model aeroplane , Marty Brakeburst a grey runabout wearing a Piston Cup antenna ball , Mathew "True Blue" McCrew a blue car behind a fence with "the King" flag on his antenna , Milo a boxy green car beside McCrew , Polly Puddlejumper a small blue car with a blue "the King" crown on her antenna , Swift Alternetter a green SUV surrounded by RV's , Timothy Twostroke a dark-red car displaying the 95 lightning bolt on his visor and antenna and Wilmar Flattz a small light-purple car with "lightning" on his antenna and "95" on his visor.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. He is voiced by the race car driver of the same name , and closely resembles the 8 Budweiser Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS that he drove from his Sprint Cup debut in until his departure to the team his maternal grandfather Robert Gee, Sr. The car's Budweiser stickers are replaced by Dale Earnhardt Inc. Junior is seen during the first race Dinoco and is involved in the wreck caused by Chick Hicks.
I would hate to see anything bad happen to him! At the tie-breaker, Junior wishes The King good luck in his last race, as "you've been an inspiration to me". Junior is last seen at the Radiator Springs racing museum with The King and his wife Lynda, amazed by Doc Hudson's many season winnings during the s. Junior does not appear in the video game nor the third film, due to his sponsor not returning in both, likely because it has gone out of business. The real-life Earnhardt Jr. A replica of the red livery, with the Hendrick 88 on a Gen 6 Holden Commodore with Hendrick's current Axalta Coating Systems sponsor decals, was used for Earnhardt's final race as a full-time Cup driver in Mario Andretti voices his eponymous character, who is a former racecar that believes every day is a great day for racing.
A small green car seen beside Andretti at the entrance to pit lane is identified in the "Car Finder" game as Patty , Mario's personal assistant. She does not have a speaking role in the film. It later became a Sportsman racer for Waltrip, but was crashed in at the Permatex Sportsman race now Xfinity Series race.
Abandoned by Gee, it stayed there until a few NASCAR mechanics restored the car in its configuration as a Mercury Cyclone brown 95 in the mids for a celebration of the 25th anniversary of Waltrip's first Cup start.
A replica of the car as it looked in was also part of it. Michael Schumacher is a Ferrari F sports car voiced by Schumacher himself. He is a Ferrari in reference to five of his seven Formula One championships which were achieved with Ferrari F1.
He appears at Luigi's shop at the end of the movie after being told by Lightning McQueen that "this is the best place in the world to buy tires", and asks to order a few sets of tires for himself and a pair of Maserati Quattroportes who accompany him.
After Luigi faints from the excitement of having "a real Michael Schumacher Ferrari in his store", Schumacher speaks to Guido in Italian, and Guido subsequently faints.
The Italian phrase he speaks is, "I hope that your friend recovers, I was told that you are fantastic. An enthusiastic Cartrip uses Waltrip's catchphrase "Boogity boogity boogity! Let's go racing, boys!
Cartrip appears in the Cars video game as a solo announcer; he is a playable character in the Piston Cup VS. He returns in the second film as the only of three World Grand Prix announcers to believe it was Lightning McQueen's race to lose. A real-life Monte Carlo was driven by Waltrip with DiGard Motorsports , finishing a very close second-place finish 11 points behind Richard Petty for the championship Cup.
The real-life car's original number DiGard's 88 and green-and-white Gatorade livery do not appear on the character the livery's design is now owned by PepsiCo. The film's credits list Darrell Waltrip Motorsports his licensing arm as the " 17 Car" known for his Hendrick Motorsports and own efforts in winning three of NASCAR's four majors ; Waltrip's various NASCAR entries have included a 17 three times—two of those he owned, the other belonging to Hendrick Motorsports and a 95 the one he drove in his debut was at one time the real-life former Mario Andretti 11 from seen in the Cars franchise, is one such.
In the first film, they are lost and pass through Radiator Springs while trying to find their way back to Interstate Van refuses to ask directions, claiming not to need them due to having a GPS. Minny mentions that Van did the same when they were heading up to the "Crazy Days" a parody of Derby Days  in Shakopee. Route 66 , taken off the map in , is conspicuously absent from stored maps in automotive aftermarket GPS units — an omission also noted by Harv, Lightning's agent, and a minor running joke in the film.Guido (voiced by Guido Quaroni) is a forklift truck, who works at Luigi's Casa Della Tires, and is Luigi's best friend. The only language Guido can speak and understand fluently is Italian, though he appears to understand English, and even speaks a few phrases, including "Pit stop" but pronounced "Peet stop!".