Tuesday, January 10, 2006

The Cars, Like Jewels

Maybe it's me, but don't the cars in films in films from the late '40's to the early '60's look fantastic, better than they do now? I noticed this looking at Liz Taylor's little Sunbeam in Butterfield 8. Then I saw it in Dorothy Malone's Allard in Written on The Wind, and again in Grace Kelly's car (what is it?) in To Catch a Thief. Is it just the women's cars? Do we have to wait to James Bond to get a cool ride for men?

Just thinkin' about it!

3 comments:

benning said...

Well, there's always the Batmobile. That's pretty snazzy, don'cha think?

These days the cars are blown up, crashed, vandalized so fast in the movies that nobody pays the slightest attention to them.

'Course we still have Herbie, the Love Bug. LOL

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