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Announcing “Blind Logic The Ralph R. Teetor Story”

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Blind Logic Productions announced the completion of their documentary film, Blind Logic: The Ralph R. Teetor Story. Production began October 21, 2021, in Hagerstown, Indiana.

Hagerstown, Indiana, where the story all began in 1890, will host the first screening on April 5th to 475 townspeople. On April 7th, Earlham College will host the second screening in their historic Goddard Auditorium, in Richmond, Indiana. Ralph Teetor served on the Board of Trustees at Earlham College in the late 1940s as he believed the gift of education was an investment in a better future. And in 1978, Teetor donated to Joseph Moore Museum at Earlham College and made possible the Ralph Teetor Planetarium.

South Carolinas Clemson University, known for its leading automotive engineering program, will host a third screening on April 19th at their International Center for Automotive Research campus (CU-ICAR). Laine Mears, Department Chair of Automotive Engineering, and recipient of the SAE Ralph Teetor award stated, The SAE Teetor award is an important recognition for anyone involved with education that serves the automotive industry. This award acknowledges those making a difference in new ways, and Ralph Teetor, who thought creatively his whole life, is the perfect namesake.

Kettering University, Flint, Michigan, one of the leading engineering universities, will host a screening on April 30th at the Reiss Auditorium in their state-of-the-art facility, The Learning Commons. Kettering is dedicated to achieving the extraordinary through technological innovation, leadership, and service.

We look forward to bringing this film to campus and letting our students learn more about the life of Ralph Teetor, said Dr. Bassem Ramadan, Department Head of Mechanical Engineering. Ralph Teetor was dedicated to learning. Through his Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Educational Fund, established in 1963, several of our engineering faculty were recognized with the Ralph Teetor Educational Award. This recognition of engineering faculty nationwide demonstrates his commitment to education.

The upcoming documentary follows the remarkable journey in Americas heartland of Ralph Teetor from childhood blindness through his life of courage, fierce determination, and distinctive mental vision to become an inventive, insightful leader, and philanthropist. Ralph Teetors life spanned the entire development of the American automobile industry.

Emmy Award winning host and narrator Mike Rowe is providing the narration and Emmy Award winning actor Jeff Daniels is voicing Ralph Teetor, among many other extraordinary actors voicing characters.

This film features renowned trailblazers Lyn St. James, legendary race car driver and 1992 Indy 500 Rookie of the Year, Franz von Holzhausen, the visionary Chief Designer at Tesla, Inc., Sarah Cook, the remarkable President of the Automotive Hall of Fame, and the illustrious Leslie Mark Kendall, Chief Historian at the Petersen Automotive Museum.

Credits include award winning Editor Derek Tow, Composer Jim Andron, Photo Editor Daniel Teetor, and Sound Editing, Effects and Design by the award winning team of Darren King, Nikola Simikic, and Amanda Roy. Written, directed, and produced by Jack Teetor, this documentary is based on the book One Mans Vision The Life of Automotive Pioneer Ralph R. Teetor, by Marjorie Teetor Meyer.

Blind Logic Productions is in the planning stages for Detroit and Los Angeles premieres to be announced. This film is scheduled for release in late 2024.

See the film preview at: blindlogicproductions video.

Contact Details

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Company Website

https://www.blindlogicproductions.com/

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