Rowdy and defiant hot shot rebel Dude Delaney yearns to escape from his repressive small town existence. His fiery girlfriend Donna and oddball nonconformist pal Nixer offer some relief, but Dude finds himself in deep trouble when he runs afoul of both brutal crooked sheriff Sarge and a gang of thugs led by Sarge's antagonistic son Teddy. Written by
Did You Know?
Shot entirely in just 13 days. See more
When Dude uses his hair to make a grease slick on the rollerskating rink, his hair actually wipes up part of what he's supposed to be leaving behind. This is because the scene was shot with David Arquette
running his head over an already present grease puddle. See more
We harden our hearts, become callous. Only when we have to fight to stay human do we realize how precious it is.
Fight to stay human? Is that what it's all about?
I don't know.
Say, I never seen you around here before. What'd you say your name was?
I didn't say. I guess you could call me... Miles.
[offers his hand to shake
Well, thanks a lot, Miles...
[Miles has disappeared
After the credits is an end to the movie theater scene show earlier. The stranger (played by Kevin McCarthy
), who was glimpsed briefly the first time, has a bit of dialog with Nixer. See more
Written by Link Wray
(as F.L. Wray, Sr.) and Milt Grant
(as M. Cooper)
Published by Vernon Wray Music/Andval Music (BMI)
Performed by Link Wray
and his Raymen
Courtesy of Rollercoaster Records, England See more