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"Who Stole the Electric Car?" is set in 1995, before Al Gore and Leo DiCaprio showed us it was hip to conserve energy and save the environment. The idea for this fresh narrative comedy was inspired by Chris Paine's multiple award winning documentary "Who Killed the Electric Car?" and begins when self-centered, egotistical Guy (Carl Fieler) takes his girl friend Chelsea (Megan Brotherton) for granted. After Chelsea announces she is leaving Guy to fly off for an extended African mission trip, Guy realizes he must take matters in to his own hands to win her back. Guy appeals to Chelsea's environmentally sensitive side and comes up with the crazy idea to fly across the country to have his picture taken with the world's first Electric Car. After Guy lands in Detroit and sees the ZEV-1 car for himself, in the heat of the moment he ends up stealing the car and taking the salesman Ray (John Brody) hostage. The duo later team up with vegetarian sidekick Vance (Chris Shields) and race across the country to catch Chelsea before it's too late. This wild road trip takes them from Motor City to Southern California while time is ticking away and they are pursued by the police and other strange folks along the way. Find out if they can keep up the juice without using a single drop of gasoline. You'll be sitting on the edge or your seat, rooting for our heroes, while having the adventure of your life at 99 miles per gallon.
Behind the Scenes Featurette: Cast and Crew Interviews.
" A Conversation About Electric Cars with the Filmmakers".
|Starring:||Carl Fieler, Megan Brotherton, John Brody, Chris Shields|
|Studio Name:||Team Marketing|
|DVD Release Date:||02/21/2012|
|Run Time (in minutes):||89 minutes|
|Audio Tracks:||AC, Dolby Digital|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||0.19|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||5.5 x 0.5 x 7.44|
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