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Tomorrow's Drivers (1954)

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Showcases a driving course where kindergarten children are placed in miniature cars and taught safe and proper driving skills in order to prepare them for when they're old enough to get a driver's license.

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Showcases a driving course where kindergarten children are placed in miniature cars and taught safe and proper driving skills in order to prepare them for when they're old enough to get a driver's license.

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The 46 Year Old James Stewart
22 September 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

There's something about James Stewart's voice that's unmistakable. It's a small town American voice, and reflects small town American values. He is the chosen representative of the all-American sympathizers, and because he's interesting to watch and listen, he's endeared himself to a universal audience.


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