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HOT ROD FILMS 1950s

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MEN AGAINST SPEED 1956
CBS TV 20th Century Fox Hour. Dec-12-56. U.S. TV show. Men Against Speed is a TV adaptation of the 1955 feature film, "The Racers." Regis Toomey, Farley Granger and Rick Jason play a family auto-racing team, a father and two sons. The team enters an important Italian road competition to prove that their American race car is the superior to any foreign job. Press agent Mona Freeman nearly upsets the apple cart by creating dissension between the brothers. Lots of real racing footage! Regis Toomey, Farley Granger, Rick Jason, Mona Freeman, Peter Marshall, Denver Pyle, Nico Minardos.

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COOL HOT ROD 1953
U.S. educational film on hot rod safety. Produced by the National Hot Rod Association. Cool lookin' greasers and rods and gear head lingo! A hot rod greaser is new in town, and to "get noticed" he burns rubber at every chance. Soon he learns there is a cool teenage hot rod club in town that can teach him a thing or two about engines and hot rods! Cool homemade hot rods and racing footage.

ROAD RUNNERS 1952
U.S. educational film. Teenage punk hot rodders become law-abiding gear heads after joining adult-supervised racing clubs. "Mel" is a hot-rodder who discovers the Santa Ana drag strip and Lake El Mirage timing trials and ends up in hot rod heaven! The narrator tells us that, these racing clubs provide a "safe and constructive outlet," and help mitigate the "juvenile nuisance problem. Trophies now instead of traffic tickets! He'll never speed on the highway again!" Terrific shots of homemade hot rods.


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