A gang of teenage delinquents terrorize a small community by stealing cars and stripping them for parts, then selling the parts to a crooked junkyard owner. The police and an insurance company investigator set out to break up the gang.
Fuel Injected Action!
Did You Know?
Both Arch Hall Jr.
and Burr Middleton
got into trouble with the unions on the set of the film, Hall for moving the car he drove in the film (he was allowed to drive it during actual shooting but was supposed to wait for union workers to move it any other time) and Middleton for loaning his personal car to the production and then taking it back again because he needed it to return home after a day's work. See more
When the gang is terrorizing Norman and his girlfriend in their car at the drive-in, Snooper remarks that Moon hubcaps - a lightweight hubcap that covers the entire face of the rim - dent easily, and a close-up shows someone's foot kicking several dents in a Moon cap. However, when Norman's car finally backs up a few seconds later and leaves the drive-in, there are no Moon hubcaps on it, only small round caps that cover just the hub of the wheel. See more
[drunkenly, into microphone
I wanna tell the whole world something. Those cops, they ain't gonna take my boy Torch. There ain't enough cops in the whole world to take my boy Torch. You hear me? They ain't gonna take my boy Torch!
[taking away microphone
Ladies and gentlemen, when you pick up your morning newspaper and read about some youngster getting into trouble and wonder why... I think you've heard one good answer.
Referenced in Wild Guitar
Music and Lyrics by Arch Hall Jr.
Sung by Arch Hall Jr. See more