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Down the Gasoline Trail (1935)

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Uploaded on Jun 30, 2010

This early JHO/Chevrolet film superimposes cartoon animation over CU industrial photography as it follows an anthropomorphized drop of gasoline through the "efficiently designed gasoline delivery system" of a Chevy engine. The little drop swims, slides and flies through the gas tank, fuel pump, and manifold until he is finally inflated like a balloon by the carburetor and blown to bits by a spark plug. "He's led a very fortunate life!" the narrator reminds us as the little drop sprouts angel wings and flies off to smog heaven. A fun film; informative and well-produced.

Producer: Handy (Jam) Organization
Sponsor: Chevrolet Division, General Motors Corporation

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