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Rick Woodbury’s electric Tango lands a cameo in new flick ‘Robot and Frank’

One of the Spokane-made Tango electric cars developed by Rick Woodbury shows up in the trailer of the new summer film “Robot and Frank.” The flick features Susan Sarandon and Frank Langella.

Woodbury is the founder of CommuterCars.com, one of Spokane's better-known but underfunded startups. It creates electric vehicles that hold two, and that can handle any highway condition.

The owner of the car lives in California.


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