Mother Earth (Italian: Terra madre) is a 1931 Italian drama film directed by Alessandro Blasetti and starring Leda Gloria, Sandro Salvini and Isa Pola. It was made at the Cines Studios in Rome. Along with Blasetti's other early films, it shows a strong influence of Soviet-style realism. A country landowner decides to sell up and move to the city, but later has a change of heart. It was part of Fascist Italy's promotion of rural over urban values.
Mater - the rusty but trusty tow truck - spends the day playing scary pranks on the townsfolk of Radiator Springs. That night at Flo's V8 Café, Sheriff tells everyone about the legend of the Ghostlight, a mysterious blue light that haunts those very parts. As his friends head home, Mater is left alone in the dark to ponder whether the legend of the fabled Ghostlight is true.