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Rolling Vengeance (1987)

A truck driver builds a special, eight-ton truck to help get revenge against the rednecks who killed his family and raped his girlfriend.

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(as Steven H. Stern)

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(as Michael Montgomery)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Joey Rosso
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Big Joe Rosso
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Tiny Doyle
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Misty
Todd Duckworth ...
Vic Doyle
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Lt. Sly Sullivan
Michael Kirby ...
Mahoney
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Moon Man
Hugo Dann ...
Hairlip
Lawrence King-Phillips ...
Finger (as Lawrence King Phillips)
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Four Eyes (as Alar Aedma)
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Steve Tyler
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Kathy Rosso
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Allison Rosso
Marsha Moreau ...
Kristin Rosso
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Storyline

A man is out to kill a bunch of rivalries who killed his innocent mother and the mother of their kids in a car that was destroyed and got pushed down to the bushes, now he wants revenge building up a massive monster truck also known as the "ROLLING VENGEANCE"

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Always use the right tool for the job.

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Action | Drama

Certificate:

R | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

2 October 1987 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Monster Truck  »

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Trivia

There were two monster trucks built for the movie by Mike Welch. After filming Mr. Welch kept the only surviving truck and replaced the cab with a Peterbilt, and named the truck "Super Pete", it was used in monster truck shows into the 90's and after years of abuse it was finally scrapped. See more »

Goofs

The character "Sly" is credited as being a lieutenant. When he is talking to Mahoney at the station, he opens a door that says "Lt. S. Sullivan" and goes in and sits at the desk, indicating this is his office. His uniform jacket and shirt have three stripes on the right sleeve, indicating his rank is that of sergeant. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Noe som skjedde på jobben (2017) See more »

Soundtracks

Have My Way With You
Performed by Anthony Della'Reese
Written and Produced by Timmy Cappello
© 1987 Picture That Music (ASCAP)
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Bigfoot on steroids.
20 October 2002 | by (Kentucky) – See all my reviews

Rolling Vengeance (along with The Pit) is one the most unintentionally hilarious flicks I've ever witnessed. Don Michael Paul plays Joey Russo, a young trucker whose entire family is killed by Ned Beatty's idiot offspring. This is what I think happened: After Beatty was raped in Deliverance, these are the b*****d children he went on to have. Beatty is the highlight of the film, next to the monster truck, but I'll get to that in a moment. He absolutely cracks me up and he's way over the top with his all black outfit, leather jacket, slicked back hair, and one tooth missing. He's ridiculous. Back to the story, Joey decides to take revenge on the ultimate hillbillies in one of the most extreme ways ever. He constructs a monster truck of epic proportions, it's Bigfoot on steroids and it wreaks major havoc on the rednecks from hell. Check this one out if you like your cheese thick and your corn corny.


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