Last week we told you about a miniature model of a futuristic New York City built for Just Imagine, a campy SF epic from 1930. Here's a clip of that set in action, set in a world where "everyone has a number instead of a name," and the government "tells you who to marry." Nevertheless, boys are still cruising girls in midair, trying to flirt as their cars hover over NYC. It's pretty cool looking—especially given there's no CGI involved, just lots and lots of plaster.
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