A wild, illegal, and popular cross-country car race is organized, and the eccentric entrants will do anything to win, including low-down, dirty tricks. Written by
Murray Chapman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
You'll root for them all...but you'll never guess who wins.
Did You Know?
The license plate number of the 1964 silver birch Aston Martin DB5 driven by Roger Moore
in the film was 6633PP. The car was made famous by the Sean Connery
James Bond movies Goldfinger
and then Thunderball
with later models appearing in subsequent Bond pictures. However, Roger Moore
who played James Bond seven times never drove an Aston Martin in a Bond film and this is his only on-screen appearance with the most famous of all James Bond cars. See more
Captain Chaos, during the fight with the bikers. He says his trademark "Dum, duh, duh, dum" with his mouth closed. See more
Bradford Compton, perhaps you've heard of me, I'm on Wall Street.
We don't ride on Wall Street.
[cutting off Compton's necktie
Yeah, we don't ride on Wall Street!
An animated car drives around the 20th Century Fox logo, hiding out in the zero. It is chased by a police car, which crashes into one of the searchlights. The sequence ends with Burt Reynold's trademark laugh. See more
Referenced in Mischief 3000
"Just for the Hell of It"
Written by Ray Stevens
(as R. Stevens)
Performed by Ray Stevens See more