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Junkman and movie-maker Harlan Hollis struggles to stay alive when a jealous partner in his company hires goons to kill him. Full of amazing car chases, fantastic crashes, and edge-of-your-seat action.
From junk cars to movie stars
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Did You Know?
The phenomenal box office success of Gone in 60 Seconds
(1974) allowed director/star H.B. Halicki
to buy all of the property, vehicles and memorabilia seen in the film (as owned by character Harlan Hollis). Halicki owned the world's largest toy and automobile collection, which continues to sit as-is today following his death in 1989. See more
When Harlan drives up onto the sidewalk in the Corvette, the patrol car behind him is clearly pulling away from being stopped alongside the parking spaces, rather than coming from the lane at speed. Also, traffic can be seen moving freely in the opposite direction in the background, when the whole road is supposed to be blocked by police cars and the car transporter. See more
[after Harlan is presumed dead
Oh, hi, Harlan. HARLAN? Sonova gun, man! I heard you were dead!
They can't kill me!