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unknown Electrified Horse Drawn Hearse

unknown in The Horror of It All, Movie, 1964 IMDB

Class: Cars, Funeral

unknown Electrified Horse Drawn Hearse

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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Jale PL

2022-09-25 16:02

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train68 US

2022-09-25 16:52

We don't list horse carriages.

Jale PL

2022-09-25 17:02

No horse, no rope. Must have some engine...

johnfromstaffs EN

2022-09-25 17:24

If so, where, and how are the wheels driven?

It’s nag-pulled. Or, maybe, it’s a plug-in hybrid.

-- Last edit: 2022-09-25 17:26:04

dsl SX

2022-09-25 17:32

Pedal-powered?? 7th thumb looks like a belt from beneath chauffeur to rear axle ....

Jale PL

2022-09-25 17:36

If I remember correct, no one used their legs while driving...

johnfromstaffs EN

2022-09-25 18:16

dsl wrote Pedal-powered?? 7th thumb looks like a belt from beneath chauffeur to rear axle ....

You might be right but that box underneath might contain a small electric motor and battery.

AnimatronixX DE

2022-09-25 18:28

A marriage carriage, as it seems... but we all know what type of vehicle that originally was before and after they modified it (either for the movie or as a real means of transport), right? I think johnfromstaffs is hot on the trail!


As early as the 1910s, various companies experimented with electric hearses to be used mainly within cemeteries, so long distances weren't that much of an issue. For example, Dottridge Brothers Ltd. of London advertised their "Excelsior" electric motor funeral car "for country and metropolitan cemeteries" (for sale or hire) in 1910 and it was designed as motorized vehicle from the start. What we see above was 100% designed to be horse drawn, but may have been converted later on, probably in order to extend the lifespan of a once expensive vehicle - or maybe just for the movie, but I don't think so.

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