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Wild Wheels (1992)

A documentary spotlighting "car-art" in America.

Director:

Harrod Blank

Writer:

David Silberberg (narration writer)
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Cast

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

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Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 August 1992 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Raisut renkaat See more »

Filming Locations:

Houston, Texas, USA

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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The film documents the early history of the Art Car movement since the late 1980s - footage used in the film was compiled from the late 1980s and early 1990s when the Houston Art Car Parade was held with the Houston International Festival along with interviews with the art car artists who contributed to the film. See more »

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Fascinating look at customized cars
8 September 1999 | by Alpha MaleSee all my reviews

This is a fascinating documentary about customized cars. I don't mean having flames painted on the side or those neon lights on the underside.

Nope. We're talkin' full lawns growing on the cars, small multi-colored mirrors covering the chassis, and a number of other oddities that will make you seriously question the sanity of the cars' owners and the role of the automobile as a statement of individuality - in that order, as the film progresses. An excellent film. (9 out of 10)


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