A young country-star wannabe takes off from her carhop career to join with a young, modern Billy the Kid wannabe for an adventure in theft, murder and mayhem.

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Mark L. Lester
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Marjoe Gortner ... Lyle Wheeler
Lynda Carter ... Bobbie Jo Baker
Jesse Vint ... Slick Callahan
Merrie Lynn Ross ... Pearl Baker
Belinda Balaski ... Essie Beaumont
Gene Drew ... Sheriff Hicks
Peggy Stewart ... Hattie Baker
Gerrit Graham ... Magic Ray (as Gerritt Graham)
John Durren ... Deputy Gance
Virgil Frye ... Joe Grant
James Gammon ... Leather Salesman
Howard R. Kirk Howard R. Kirk ... Mr. Potts (as Howard Kirk)
Aly Yoder Aly Yoder ... Mrs. Potts
Joe Kurtzo Joe Kurtzo ... Pinball Hood (as Joe Kurtzo Jr.)
Chuck Russell ... Deputy
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A young country-star wannabe takes off from her carhop career to join with a young, modern Billy the Kid wannabe for an adventure in theft, murder and mayhem.

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Bobbie Jo was a car hop, she wanted to be a country singer. He was a hustler who dreamed he was Billy The Kid. For a while they had something... and then... See more »


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Trivia

The pinball machine Lyle plays in the bar is a Gottlieb "Duotron", released in September of 1974. 2,525 units were made of this two-player machine. A four-player version was made the same year, named the "Magnatron". Released in June of 1974, 6,550 of those were made. See more »

Goofs

Lyle bumps the police car and chrome trim is shown missing from the Mustang's hood but the trim reappears for the remainder of the car's filmed scenes. See more »

Quotes

Slick Callahan: Don't let your meat loaf.
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Connections

References Deep Throat (1972) See more »

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Those City Lights
Written by Barry De Vorzon
Sung by Bobby Bare
Courtesy RCA Records
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Superhero turned badgirl
12 October 2000 | by knockersSee all my reviews

Actually, this came out before her stint in the Wonder Woman television show. This movie is actually quite entertaining, especially if you enjoy seeing one of the most beautiful women to grace the planet everywhere in four nude scenes. Lynda Carter simply has one of the greatest, most voluptuous bodies that I have ever seen, and that combined with her stunning eyes and smile makes the movie all the more enjoyable. It is about a good girl who gets mixed up with a bad guy. Marjoe doesn't really want to be a troublemaker, but trouble always seems to follow him. Bobbi Jo gets caught up in all of this, and they eventually are forced to run from the law. Very good action from one of the best racks ever.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 June 1979 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

Bobbie Jo and the Outlaw See more »

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Budget:

$300,000 (estimated)
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Mono

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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