What inspired the Grinch’s green color?

What inspired the Grinch’s green color?

In Dr. Seuss’s book, the Grinch was drawn in black and white. But when Chuck Jones was making the original animated film, he changed the Grinch to green after the not-so-appealing color of the car he rented to go talk about the film with Dr. Seuss. It added a vibrance to the film, and went with the Grinch’s image, described in his song as a “nasty wasty skunk” with “all the tender sweetness of a seasick crocodile.”

A Christmas tree

An ugly car

Warm weather in December

The book’s cover

Answer: The correct answer is An ugly car

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