How The Motor Car Works: The Carburettor (1977)

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How The Motor Car Works: The Carburettor

How The Motor Car Works: The Carburettor

How The Motor Car Works: The Carburettor (1977)

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  • Traditional Animation
  • Shell Film Unit
  • Directed By George Seager.
  • Animated By John Halas, Joy Batchelor.
  • Editor: Roy Piper, Chris Joyce.
  • Originally Released in December of 1977 (Estimate).
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:

Demonstrates by the use of direct experiment combined with animated diagrams the need for mixing air and gasoline in the correct proportions to make an efficient fuel.

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Instructional cartoon produced for Shell.

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