Movin' On (1974–1976)
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Will the Last Trucker Leaving Charlotte Please Turn Out the Lights 

Sonny and Will try to get a load out of Charlotte, where the local truckers are under the thumb of a broker and his thug, and wind up with the four-year-old daughter of another trucker instead.

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(as Ernie Pintoff)

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(creator) (as Barry Weitz), (creator) (as Phillip D'Antoni) | 1 more credit »
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Sonny and Will try to get a load out of Charlotte, where the local truckers are under the thumb of a broker and his thug, and wind up with the four-year-old daughter of another trucker instead.

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Drama

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23 December 1975 (USA)  »

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nearly lost but not forgotten
16 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It had been a long time since I saw this fine show.That is until I discovered that 16 mm prints had been found. A half of a million dollars later, eight volumes have been restored to their former self.Volumes nine through 15 will be ready any day now.Thanks to the fine people of trucker flicks.com for their hard work,you to can experience this fine show again.It was good to see Robert D. Raiford, the former voice of FACE THE NATION from many years ago. Charlotte natives will remember him from the John Boy and Billy show on radio. A special treat in this episode was seeing the late Jim Patterson. His was the first voice ever heard on WBTV Channel 3 in Charlotte N.C. Way back in the 40's. Cool show and this is the best episode of the lot.


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