DIRECTOR: Bruce Kessler (Angels From Hell, Simon: King of the Witches)

STARS: Robert Walker Jr. (Road to Salina, Savage Seven), Dick Clark (The Phynx), Diana Varsi (Wild in the Streets, Bloody Mama), Norman Alden (Ben, Semi-Tough), Maureen Arthur (A Man Called Dagger), Merle Haggard, John "Bud" Cardos (Satan's Sadists)

SYNOPSIS: After WWII, Robert Walker struggles to provide for his wife and son. He gets a job running moonshine but that soon goes sideways as two government men (Alden and Cardos) pursue him. Walker's old pal "Roger" (Clark) turns up. He's a little nerdy and shy but loyal. Walker lays out a plan wherein the two of them, along with Walker's wife (Varsi), will rob the money from the kingpin moonshiners safe. It goes sideways and a federal agent is killed. After that, the trio go on the run and end up with a fairly high body count of mostly innocent bystanders, with Clark doing the bulk of the killing! There are lots of shoot-outs, car chases and explosions. But the film is best approached as a character study of desperate criminals. I imagine drive-in audiences were disappointed by the lack of exploitation so to speak. Dick Clark is surprisingly effective as the subdued Roger with his bushy mustache and glasses. Merle Haggard plays Walker's brother and also provides running commentary in the form of songs throughout the film. Filmed in North Carolina.

Bonus: Original theatrical trailer

*For more see:
What a Way to Die, The Bang Bang Gang and The Hitchhikers

Fullscreen / Color

Region Free / Code Free NTSC dvd-R

BLACK dvd case (above image is the front cover art)

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