A documentary spotlighting "car-art" in America.




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Credited cast:
Chuck Alston ...
Himself - Cosmic Ray Deflection Car
Theo Althuiszes ...
Himself - Super Coupe
Doc Atomic ...
Himself - Postcard Truck
J. Battenfield ...
Himself - Jewel Box
David Best ...
Himself - DC 6 & DC 13
Himself - Oh My God!
Loy Bowlin ...
Rhinestone Cowboy
Andy Caffrey ...
Bob Daniels ...
Himself - Faucet Car
Suzy Daughtry ...
Herself - Unidentified Moving Object
Ron Dolce ...
Himself - Glass Quilt
Larry Fuente ...
Himself - Mad Cad, Cowasaki
Joe Gomez ...
Himself - Wrought Iron VW
Gene Pool Harding ...
Himself - Grass Car
Jackie Harris ...
Herself - Fruitmobile


A documentary spotlighting "car-art" in America.

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26 August 1992 (USA)  »

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Raisut renkaat  »

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The interview with Jackie Harris about the Fruitmobile (which started out as a 1967 Ford Country Sedan station wagon) - it was built for the 1984 Orange Show Gala where she did the artwork. As of 2014 the car is in possession of a private collector. See more »

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mind-blowing and touching
22 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I found out about this movie in a book about VW bugs that I picked up at a used bookstore having recently started to drive a new beetle (the book came out at about the time of NBs introduction so it's in there). The book whatever it was called, was really delightful. This movie is a very retro style documentary with a lot of annoying "documentary" hick music used ironically/humorously I mean stylistically this was not a movie after my own heart, but basically the filmmaker showed off these peoples' art cars very well and gave them each a bit of time to say what they're about (the cars and the people) and... the result is by no means without lots of surprises and a sort of strange mixture of happy/sad throughout...

highly highly highly highly I do say do see it....

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