2013-01-17 12:44:16.002312-08 by Dan Lyke 0 comments
Stored here 'cause I know I'm going to refer back to this as a lesson in how much doesn't change: Goofy in Motor Mania (1950) (YouTube)
... but, once behind the wheel a strange phenomenon takes place. Mr. Walker is charged with an overwhelming sense of power. His whole personality changes. Abruptly he becomes an uncontrollable monster. A demon driver. Mr. Walker is now Mr. Wheeler: A motorist!
Via Modern Car-Toons: A look at cars in mid-century animation, which came Via MeFi.
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