Cool Car Casting has been setting the standard for picture car acquisition for nearly one hundred years.
It all began when a young Russell Scott received his first car at age six. It was small, and had pedals. Russell’s life would never again be the same, and neither would his parents (he abandoned them soon afterwards, heading for Hollywood).
Scott learned from the greats, working with Chaplin, Griffith, and even the notoriously hard to please Hughes. This toughened him, and by age ten he was already a seasoned professional.
He assisted in the acquisition of both train and track for Keaton’s incredibly successful film The General, but having received no formal credit for it he shrugs it off as simply one more contribution to the industry he loves.
Sound, and then color would add yet more elements to Scott’s repertoire of talent and expertise. He met these challenges with the grace and enthusiasm for which he is known…
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Russell E. Scott – IMDb