Tex Avery Drives into the Future With “The Car of Tomorrow” (1951)

One quick sight gag follows another in Tex Avery’s “The Car of Tomorrow” (1951), his second foray into predicting our future (hint: parking problems solved!). Don’t miss his depiction of modern marketing’s annoying practice of “pink-wrapping” items to make them allegedly more appealing to women (on the other hand, the “fender panties” remind me of the frilly trim on 60s TV’s Batgirl’s motorbike).


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