Skip tracer Tommy Nowak is tracking Lou Ann McGuinn for a bail bondsman in California. Lou Ann is also being chased by her husband Roy McGuinn and his birth right/neo-nazi friends for taking their counterfeit money. Nowak eventually captures Lou Ann in Reno, but agrees to stop at her sisters on the way back to see her baby. There she finds her husband and his whacked out friend. A struggle begins and Roy takes off with her baby. Now it's up to Tommy to get the baby back. Written by
It takes a real man to bring in a lady in a pink Cadillac.
Did You Know?
Prior to this Clint Eastwood
movie, in popular culture, the Pink Cadillac was, and still is, a car very much associated with Elvis Presley
. In this movie also, Jim Carrey
impersonates Presley. In a 2010 interview with 'USA Today', Eastwood said that he used to play 'fast draws' with Presley. During the 1960s, Presley and Eastwood were often filming next door to one another in the studio and struck up a friendship. Eastwood said: "I was always wearing a gun...Presley loved to do fast draws and stuff, so we always did fast draws together...I liked him...He seemed like a good guy. Had a lot of guys hanging around, big entourage'. I get a kick out of my wife, who is quite a few years younger. She'll say, 'Did you know 'Elvis Presley?' I'll say, Sure. James Dean
? Yeah. Bobby Darin
?' Yeah. She'll look at some old picture of me and say, 'What a babe!' (Laughs) We were all hanging around at the same time, in the 1950s. We were all here in town, and all struggling in various things. I was doing Rawhide
(1959). There was a camaraderie among the younger group". See more
(at around 31 mins) A boom mic's reflection can be seen in the car's window. See more
You just have to play that little-girl-lost routine, don't you.
Lou Ann McGuinn
I'm still feminine. I'm a Cosmo fighter.
Obviously a hardened criminal. I can tell by your kewpie-doll lips.
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Baby, Let's Play House
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