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The Georgia Peaches (1980)

The Georgia Peaches aka Follow That Car is a Roger Corman produced pilot for a proposed TV series. Two sisters running an auto repair shop are extorted into becoming undercover FBI agents.

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Lorette Peach
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Sue Lynn Peach
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Randolph Dukane
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Vivian Stark
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Wade Holt
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Joe Don Carter
Burton Gilliam ...
Delbert Huggins
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Jarvis Wheeler
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Dusty Tyree
David Tress ...
Mr. Marco
Ed Bakey ...
Desmond Winkus
Bob Hannah ...
Officer Orville
Marc Clement
David S. Cass Sr. ...
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Sandra Dorsey
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Two sisters & their moonshinerunning boyfriend outwit the Dragon Lady of the Southern crime belt in this comedy car chase / action-packed undercover investigation story. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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The Peach Sisters. They're mixed up with moonshine and money ... with cops and robbers ... in the funniest caper since the South had smokies!

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8 November 1980 (USA)  »

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Ho-hum good ol' boy movie
20 December 2011 | by (Victoria, BC) – See all my reviews

In recent years, B movie producer Roger Corman has been making product for television networks like the SyFy channel, but not many people know that he had started making product for television several decades earlier. "The Georgia Peaches" was made for American television as a series pilot. Seeing it, it isn't hard to figure out why this wasn't picked up for a subsequent TV series. The movie has decent production values (it was shown in theaters overseas), and Dirk Benedict, Tanya Tucker, and Terri Nunn make appealing leads. But the majority of the movie is dull. There isn't that much action, and with it being made for TV there is no swearing, sex, or nudity on display (though the female leads don't appear to be wearing bras in some scenes.) Watching it, you'll wonder why this TV movie was resurrected for DVD when there are so many better made-for-TV movies out there that are languishing on shelves.


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