It's probably the fault of the guys doing the website (is it Ford, or a 3rd party?)
Spaces are NOT allowed in URLs, it breaks the most fundemental standards of HTTP. IE seems to get around it, but it replaces the spaces with correct formatting before the server gets it. If the server gets spaces it will spew, like what you are getting Pete.
Ok, don't right click, it's not parsing this properly.
<a href="http://www.newfalcon.com.au/mainFlash/downloads/New%20Falcon%20-%20Can't%20get%20enough%20of%20this%20-%20sml.wmv">Ford Falcon ad (sml)</a>
If you replace sml with lrg you'll get the big version.
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