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Gritty neo-noir art film about escaped convict Griffin and his friends, who ran all the way to hell... with a penny, and a broken cigarette. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Coleman Francis ... Griffin / Narrator
Anthony Cardoza ... Landis / Fidel Castro
Harold Saunders ... Cook

John Carradine ... Mr. Wilson
John Morrison ... Joe
George Prince ... Cherokee Jack
Lanell Cado ... Ruby Chastain
Tom Hanson ... Bailey Chastain
Julian Baker ... Sheriff
Charles Harter ... Cliff Weismeyer (as Charles F. Harter)
Elaine Gibford ... Cliff Weismeyer's Daughter
Frederic Downs ... Tinsley (as Fredric Downs)
James H. Russell (as Jamie Russell)
Jim Stout
Avilio Silvia ... Cuban
John Cruz ... Juan Cruz / Cuban Guard Griffin Kills
Richard Lance ... Father Gonzalez
Tad Murray
Clarence Walker ... Policeman
Nick Raymond ... Policeman
Bruce Love ... Jim Benton
Ed Moran
Candy Brougham ... Junkyard Owner's Daughter
Bob Carpenter
James Murdock
Ken Brougham ... Junkyard Owner
Bob Stockham
Dave Monahan
Bob Lucas
Don Mason
Frank Burnett
Jim Russo
Bob Russo
Nick Wolcuff ... 2nd Highway Patrolman
Ken Johnson ... Ken - Kelly's Agent
Steve Gideon ... Steve - Kelly's Agent
Avilio Silvia Jr. ... Avilio
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Directed by
Coleman Francis 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Coleman Francis 

Produced by
Anthony Cardoza .... producer
Coleman Francis .... producer
Charles Harter .... associate producer (as Charles F. Harter)
Original Music by
John Bath 
Cinematography by
Herb Roberts 
Film Editing by
James H. Russell  (as James Russell)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Julian Baker .... assistant director
Music Department
Elaine Gibford .... composer: special music
William Loose .... composer: stock music (uncredited)
Fred Steiner .... composer: stock music (uncredited)
Other crew
Ted Durant .... public relations
Bette Sharp .... script girl
Avilio Silvia .... assistant to producer

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89 min
Sound Mix:
Canada:G (Quebec)

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Director Trademark: [Coleman Francis] [coffee as calming influence]Cook and Landis calm Griffin by offering him coffee.See more »
Continuity: Constant switching between day and night during the escape from the Cuban prison.See more »
[sitting in a Cuban jail cell as bombs are being dropped]
Griffin:Bay of Pigs.
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39 out of 43 people found the following review useful.
Unreal, 5 January 2005
Author: EdWood-8 from United States

It staggers me that people would put money - however little - into something this awful. Who in their right mind could ever think this garbage even approaches the quality of a B movie? One viewing and you'll see what I'm talking about. There is basically no plot. Three men sort of wander around a little, take a plane to Cuba for whatever reason (maybe money, though that point is not made clear), train for one day, lie around on some cots, and take part in an 8-man invasion of the island where a Castro "look-a-like" in a ridiculous fake beard awaits. The rest of the plot is so absurd I won't bore you with it. Suffice to say it is a colossal mountain of pointless celluloid. But it's fun to watch with the bots. In my opinion this and MANOS are tied for worst film ever.

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