From the Ford Motor Company produced film, "Scenes From the World of Tomorrow" documenting the 1939-1940 World's Fair in New York City. Views at the Ford Exposition where fair visitors get into a new 1940 car by Ford, Lincoln, or Lincoln Zephyr for a ride on the "Road of Tomorrow" demonstrating modern highway advances. Views from within a car traveling on the "Road of Tomorrow" with narration describing the scenes, including the Spiral Ramp. Multiple Ford cars traveling on the Spiral Ramp and through a tunnel in the Ford Building at the fair. The Landscape Garden Court with fountains and plantings. The "New World Ensemble" playing together on a bandstand. An exhibition of dancers. They dance beneath a giant sign, "Savoy - World's Greatest Colored Dancers". Couples skate on an ice rink. A ski jumper demonstrates ski jumping. View of the Parachute Jump "Life Saver" ride in action. Men push adult women in large covered strollers. Souvenir and snack stands, and people eating on park benches as well as restaurants at the Fair. Night views of fountains, lights shows, and fireworks.
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