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The 30th Tokyo Motor Show, Documentary, 1993

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s13a RU

2020-02-07 01:06

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Country: Japan
Year: 1993
Genre: Documentary

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s13a RU

2020-02-07 01:07

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But before I start, I wanted to ask if this documentary would be accepted/approved? There is no imdb link and I can't find any reference link (i.e. who produced it, etc), but it was released officially on a VHS tape (although the link to the aucfan website, from which the following picture is shown, seems to be dead for me):
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(I can't find a larger sized picture, because the link to that picture source seems to have vanished. Apologies)

There is a lot of great stuff there, showing a lot of unusual and rare vehicles spanning from 1950s to 1990s, as well as a whole bunch of concept vehicles. There is also a 29th Tokyo Motor Show (released in 1991) which also has a great variety of other unusual vehicles from the same eras. I would be willing to submit that as well if this was accepted.

So is it a yay or nay?

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(inactive user)

2020-02-07 01:08

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Usually if there are credits shown, it can be accepted. Otherwise it could be anything like news footage.
If that is a hardcover and there is something readable on it about credits, I'm voting that it should be accepted being an actual physical release. I can't read on the left page. :D

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dsl SX

2020-02-07 01:12

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Agree - a commercial release (in other words it was a product available to buy, even if limited or short distribution) should tick the box.

s13a RU

2020-02-07 01:16

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Yes, that is a hardcover, but I can't read what's been said there. Here's how VHS release looks like for the 29th Tokyo Motor Show for a comparison:
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s13a RU

2020-02-07 01:40

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I think these are the credits, in which I think it mentions something like Production Art Film Co. Ltd. (in the center) and Asahi Shimbun (?) (in the bottom)
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So, I guess it's okay??

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Baube QC

2020-02-07 01:48

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i wish there was a release of the Montréal ones, i could see what i missed...

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(inactive user)

2020-02-08 00:56

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Some very interesting stuff here!

s13a RU

2020-02-09 23:33

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Other distant showroom vehicles:
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GodzillaFan54 CA

2020-02-10 15:35

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If all the years for the black-and-white cars are individual shows, is it possible that documentaries like this for 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956, and 1957 Tokyo car shows could exist? I'm really interested in post-war Japanese cars.

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