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A narrator takes us on a tour of the dream house of the future, and its many innovative appliances.

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A narrator takes us on a tour of the dream house of the future, and its many innovative appliances.

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Trivia

While Don Messick is heard on some prints of the cartoon, his voice was a "looping" of the scene about the pressure cooker. The original narration referenced the year 1975 as being the "tomorrow" of the title, so the line was redone by Messick (Frank Graham having died years before) to advance the year of the future to 2050. See more »

Goofs

The automatic sandwich maker makes sandwiches by slicing up bread and salami and demonstrates how the sandwiches are made. In the next shot when the sandwich maker is putting the sandwiches on the plates, the remaining loaf of bread and salami have both vanished. See more »

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Followed by Car of Tomorrow (1951) See more »

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Once again IMDb is incorrect!
25 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The model the female model in this cartoon is not Irene Dunn! Irene for one thing was a Burnette the girl in the cartoon is a blonde! Also the girl in the Bikini is very young. Irene was born in 1898 she would of been over 50 years old when this cartoon was made!IMDb is becoming more and more inaccurate. I don't know who the Bikini girl is yet.Its safe to say it is not Irene Dunn. The bikini girl does look like Virginia Mayo.It is possible that it could very well be her seeing she was working at MGM at the same time .It was either a very young stock footage of Virginia Mayo or it was stock footage of another girl during the same time era.


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