In California, two highway patrol cops, Smokey and Ed are enforcing the speed limit on the Pacific Coast Highway. Sometimes they race one another, in their police cruisers, to the nearest donuts and coffee restaurant. They also like to give speeding teenagers a break, especially to Cool Breeze and Silver Fox who like to buzz the highway in their customized and tuned-up mini-vans. On their spare time, Smokey and Ed are romancing waitresses from various roadside diners. Their routine existence changes when they stop repo-man George Daniels for speeding. They give him a break and, in return, George offers to take them as partners for his repossession business. Smokey and Ed start their new, after-hours, career repossessing luxury cars with George who teaches them the trade. Things go well and the two cops make extra money from their new job. However, they must avoid the city police because highway patrolmen like Smokey and Ed are not allowed by the regulations to also work as repo-men. ...
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Did You Know?
The original working title was Smokey, but when Jack Vacek discovered that a new movie Smokey and the Bandit (1977) was being filmed, the title was changed to avoid confusion. See more
In the motorcycle chase scenes involving the sheriff, he has a full-grown mustache, but in some shots of him standing by his car, he does not have one. See more
What's the matter, turkey? Somebody blow your doors off?
Written by Violet Schubert See more