Charlotte Furber suffers an accident in which a man loses his life. She suffers amnesia and everybody thinks the man was drunk and therefore responsible, even his own wife, Jean. The woman ... See full summary »
A man accidentally discovers a plot to cover-up a fatal toxic waste accident, and is brutally murdered. His wife an aspiring singer who unwittingly comes into possession of several tapes ... See full summary »
When the gang robs the "Cattlemen's Bank" the furniture was supposed to 'break away' but the truck that broke through the window was rented and damaged in the scene. Dents on the front left of the vehicle can be seen once the truck exits the building. See more »
Even though Lyle rips off the antenna from his car to hit one of the bar thugs, after gambling on a pinball game, as they drive off you can clearly see the antenna is still attached. See more »
This film is a drive-in classic! It is exactly what a low-budget movie should be: never boring. It has it all: broads, guns, bloodshed, redneck preacher-gone-bad. Lynda Carter and Belinda Balaski are the standouts in the cast, primarily when they cast off their duds! I can't wait until this comes out on DVD! It will be a proud edition to my library.
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