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High-Ballin' (1978)

PG | | Action, Drama | 26 May 1978 (USA)
Two truck drivers fight off thugs who have been hired to drive them out of business.

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Duke
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Pickup
Chris Wiggins ...
King Caroll
Chris Langevin ...
Tanker (as Christopher Langevin)
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Harvey
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Buzz
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Bud (as Les Carlson)
Myrna Lorrie ...
Country Singer
Mary Pirie ...
Vonetta
Prairie Oyster ...
Country Band
Wendy Thatcher ...
Hijacker
Arnie Achtman ...
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Ardon Bess ...
Policeman
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Warehouseman
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Two truck drivers fight off thugs who have been hired to drive them out of business.

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Truckin' is one thing, High-Ballin' is another, and the way they do it is something else!

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Action | Drama

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26 May 1978 (USA)  »

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A Estrada do Medo  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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The film is set in the U.S., but in the climactic scenes Toronto's C.N. Tower appears in the middle distance; much too close for any U.S. location, even in New York state. See more »


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High Rollin'
Written by Jerry Reed and Dick Feller
Sung by Jerry Reed
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A Lesson for the Ladies
10 April 2003 | by See all my reviews

Women are referred to as "beavers", presumably because that's their most important asset. The heroine of this piece gets some foolish ideas that she can drive a truck, and live independently without taking orders from a man. In the end, of course, she learns that only men are capable of punching and killing each other, as well as women, and she accepts her rightful role. Heartwarming.


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