The gameplay of World Race is similar to many other racing games. Players can do special tricks when in the air, which adds on to the players' car's boost.
This article is about the 1969-71 television series. For other series and films based on the toy line, see. Hot WheelsGenreCreated byFred CrippenEddie SmardanKen SnyderVoices ofBob ArbogastMelinda CaseySusan DavisNora MarloweTheme music composerComposer(s)Jack FascinatoCountry of originOriginal language(s)No. Of seasons2No. Of episodes17ProductionExecutive producer(s)Kenneth C.T.
SnyderProducer(s)Fred CrippenEddie SmardanKen SnyderCamera setupIRunning time30 minutesProduction company(s)Ken Snyder Properties, in association withDistributorReleaseOriginal networkOriginal releaseSeptember 6, 1969 –September 4, 1971Hot Wheels is a thirty-minute series broadcast on from 1969 to 1971, under the primary sponsorship of. Contents.Synopsis The series mainly focused on the racing exploits of a high school student, Jack 'Rabbit' Wheeler, who led the Hot Wheels Racing Club.Voice cast.
as Doc Warren. Melinda Casey as Janet Martin. as Kip Chogi. Susan Davis as Ardeth Pratt. as Dexter Carter.
as Mother O'Hare. as Jack 'Rabbit' WheelerFCC action Some time during the show's broadcast, the (FCC) received complaints from toy companies who argued that it was actually a thirty-minute commercial for the toys; one of them was, a rival to Mattel. The FCC obliged by ordering stations to log part of the airings as advertising time. See also.
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Running time110 minutesCountryUnited StatesLanguageEnglishHot Wheels: World Race is a 2003 direct-to-video film based on the television series Hot Wheels: Highway 35 – World Race that premiered on from July 12 to August 2, 2003 which includes five episodes, 'Ring of Fire', 'The Greatest Challenge', 'Desert Heat', 'Frozen Fire' and 'Wheel of Power' divided into a feature film. The film was distributed on. The video game was based on the television series. It was released on and on December 2, 2003, and was followed by (2005).See also.Hot Wheels shows:. (1969-1971). (1991-1992).
(2003). (2005-2006). (2009-2011)References.