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What Is the Electric Car?

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What Is the Electric Car?

What Is the Electric Car?
Directed by Ken Grant
Scott DuPont
Produced by Scott DuPont
Cam MacGregor
Starring Fabio
Alexandra Paul
Ed Begley, Jr.
Sky McDougall
Forbes Black
Paul Scott
Zan Dubin Scott
Kevin Czinger
Edited by James Dastoli
Robert Dastoli
Distributed by Nemours Marketing
Release dates
  • December¬†14,¬†2010¬†(2010-12-14)
Country United States
Language English

What Is the Electric Car? is a 2010 documentary film that explains the benefits of electric cars. One reviewer stated that the movie "teeters on the brink of tedious but repeatedly saves itself with moments of cleverness or insight."[1] The film features several actors, scientists, engineers and activists, all of whom contribute their thoughts and explanations regarding electric cars and electric vehicle technology.

The film premiered on December 14, 2010 at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, California.[2]


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