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Hell on Wheels (1967)

TV-PG | | Action, Sport | September 1967 (USA)
Two brothers, one a popular race car driver that all the women love and the other a brilliant mechanic who makes the winning possible, become enemies when one messes with the other's ... See full summary »

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Will Zens

Writer:

Wesley Cox
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Marty Robbins ... Himself
John Ashley ... Del Robbins
Gigi Perreau ... Sue Robbins
Robert Dornan Robert Dornan ... Steve Robbins
Frank Gerstle ... Ben
Robert Foulk ... Sutton
Christine Tibbott Christine Tibbott
Eddie Crandall Eddie Crandall
William Griffin William Griffin
Bruce Baldwin Bruce Baldwin
Charles Yoakum Charles Yoakum
Chris Eland Chris Eland
Cecil Kent Cecil Kent
Sam Tarpley Sam Tarpley
Susan Shreever Susan Shreever
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Two brothers, one a popular race car driver that all the women love and the other a brilliant mechanic who makes the winning possible, become enemies when one messes with the other's girlfriend. Written by Fryingham

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THE ACTION IS GO!...when a HOT-HEAD meets a HEAVY-FOOT on a FAST TRACK...and the GIRLS LOVE IT! See more »

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Action | Sport

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

September 1967 (USA) See more »

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Mono

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Color (Technicolor)
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Connections

Spoofed in Carrie... Sex on Wheels (1985) See more »

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Ain't had no lovin
Written by Dallas Frazier
Sung by Connie Smith
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The music is wonderful with Marty Robbins, Connie Smith, etc.
25 November 2006 | by hms5See all my reviews

I don't like race car driving, especially in a circle, but this 1967 movie is great. The star is Marty Robbins. He is a wonderful singer who in addition to his many country hits even had a giant Rock & Roll hit in 1956, "A White Sport Coat." Connie Smith also sings, and she was then the number one female singer in Country Music. In the 60's and 70's she had many hits, including one, "Once a Day", which was number one on the Billboard charts for eight weeks making it the biggest hit recording in all of the history of Country Music ever recorded by a female singer. In the mid 60's she had three number one (on the Billboard charts) record albums. She is the best female singer ever recorded.

Also, appearing in this movie is the Stoneman Family, a bluegrass country folk band, who were even popular with San Franciscans at the Winterland Auditorium. Together they sold many millions of record albums and CDs. This movie's villains are old, wimpy, and are so vastly outnumbered by the good guys that the atmosphere is relaxed. The movie is an excuse to show the wonderful singing and music.

This is the last real movie of long time child star Gigi Perreau. Also, it stars Bob Dornan in one of his last movies. He went on to politics being elected to Congress from California for many years, and he got the nickname B-1 Bob, for promoting the B-1 Bomber. Contrary to someone's comment there is no nose picking in this movie. See this movie for the singing and music.


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