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Tucker: The Man and His Dream

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History tells us that would-be automobile mogul Preston Tucker was a silver-tongued con man, who misappropriated his investors' money and played fast and loose with ethics and legalities in the pursuit of his dream. Read More
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Preston Tucker
Vera Tucker
Abe Karatz
Eddie Dean
Howard Hughes
Senator Homer Ferguson
Jimmy Sakuyama
Alex Tremulis
Marilyn Lee Tucker
October 19, 2010
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This is one of those rare movies that entertain, involve, and teach you on several levels. Unforgettable and very well-acted, it is also a piece of history and human nature, as well as a commentary on political economics that tells a sad tale - but upholds the story of a dream that became reality - if only for a short time - and which time has

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