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Look at Life: A Car is Born, Documentaire, 1959 IMDB

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JCB UK

2017-08-13 09:08

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A real gem ,quite Rootes heavy even includes an interview with Brian Rootes himself telling us he does not need Italian Stylists !
Also includes unveiling of the new Triunph Herald with Giovanni himself and his strange teeth !
Testing seat belts in dangerous looking Fords .
BMC and Rootes factory scenes.
Saloon and GP car racing.

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JCB UK

2017-08-14 19:44

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Bought the Look at Life Business and Industry DVD set so more to come , this is the strongest car interest one though.

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50sParis NL

2017-08-14 19:44

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Full race results: http://www.silhouet.com/motorsport/archive/f1/nc/1959/1959.html#int

dsl SX

2017-08-14 22:23

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JCB a écrit Bought the Look at Life Business and Industry DVD set so more to come, this is the strongest car interest one.

Nice add - I enjoyed it anyway. Have been idly pondering the LatL dvds, but won't venture into them for imcdb purposes. There's a few more BFi/CoI sets to mop up as and when - have got a couple in The To-Do Pile - but intend to continue with some of the BTF train stuff as my most imminent targets - have 6 of the 12(?) sets so will be busy for some time yet on these.

JCB UK

2017-08-15 08:37

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It's the film picture quality of the Lal dvds I like , they are pin sharp.
They are also a sad reminder of how healthy our manufacturing industry was in the 60's compared to today, but hey ho we are still one of the richest countries in the world, somehow !

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