The Bug
The Life and Times of the People's Car

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Danielle

Most excellent story & Ewan McGregor.

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charles

Nice documentary. Makes me want to go out and find a Bug.

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l'aszlo

thank you, for this fantastic opportunity from the 'tpl'. :))
1 of the best thing in toronto the 'toronto public library...:)) laszlo

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