J.R. Collier, once the world's greatest race driver, is losing his family because he can't get racing out of his blood. His scheme to "go legit" by acquiring and reselling exotic cars -- ...
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J.R. Collier, once the world's greatest race driver, is losing his family because he can't get racing out of his blood. His scheme to "go legit" by acquiring and reselling exotic cars -- cars he acquires by suckering the owners into racing for the pink slip -- runs afoul of the bad guys when he wins one car that has something in it that they will kill for. Written by
Michael R. Barnard (edited by Hastor2)
The license plate number on the Shelby in the beginning of the movie is CNH320. This is the same license plate number as the General Lee from _"The Dukes of Hazzard" (1979)_. See more »
[after being called "Tex" several times, by JR Collier and by Shorty]
"Cincy". I'm from Cincinnati. I just like hats
I'm allergic to cats
Not "cats", "hats"... with an "h"
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John Schneider succeeded in doing what he set out to do and that was to create a movie that will appeal to moviegoers of all ages. The movie is quite entertaining and has a decent plot. If you expect a family movie that is so sugary sweet that anyone over the age of five won't be able to tolerate it, then you are in for a pleasant surprise. It is a well-written story with a little something for everyone. A definite must for all John Schneider fans and a good place to start for all those looking for a refreshing change of pace. They say the family that plays together stays together - with all the family members and friends that are part of the cast, you know the Schneider clan is a very cohesive unit. If you are a Dukes fan, you'll enjoy the stunts and the racing scenes.
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