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Lonigan and his partner Tony, two drug dealers, shoot two cops who attempt to set them up, and run away with a million bucks and the drugs, which they stash in a red Corvette Stingray in a... See more »

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Al
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Elmo
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Lonigan
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Roscoe
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Tony
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Abigail Bratowski
Sondra Theodore ...
Girl
Richard Cosentino ...
Lt. Herschel
Harry Gorsuch ...
Sgt. Murphy
Morgan Hatch ...
Slim
Stephen Snyder ...
Bug (as Steve Snyder)
Anthony Miller ...
Krueger
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Alvin
Holland Clem ...
Leroy
James Paul ...
Doctor
Carla Barnett ...
Driving Student (as Carla Goff)
Russell Bender ...
Derelict
John Murphy ...
Painter
Bill Atwood ...
Old Man in Car
Jean Smith ...
Young Girl in Car
Craig Leitner ...
Man in Elevator
Edward Morrison ...
Second Hood
Rick Luster ...
A & W Police (as Sgt. Rick Luster)
Loren Best ...
A & W Police (as Patrolman Loren Best)
Eliazabeth Ades ...
A & W Waitress
Peggy Ann Zitko ...
Dew Drop Inn Waitress
Philip Vance ...
Peace
Mike McNece ...
Freak
Lorin Cuoco ...
Ronnie's Waitress
Thomas A. Woodard ...
Groovy
Woodrow Will ...
Fatso
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The Flamer
Ruth Guerri ...
Naked girl with boyfriend who gets her motorcycle stolen
Gary Dewing ...
Boyfriend in Woods
John Smith Jr. ...
Irate Driver
Lloyd Schattyn ...
Healey Driver
Rohland Freshour ...
Car Wash
James Kottkamp ...
Police
Gary Pinkston ...
Police
Michael Tierney ...
Police
Michael Kalist ...
Police
Robert R. Lynn ...
Radio Announcer (voice)
Dick Ulett ...
Radio Announcer (voice)
Robert V. Cox ...
Riverfront Polceman (as Sgt. Robert V. Cox)
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angry patron at the Dewdrop Inn (uncredited)

Directed by

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Richard Taylor

Written by

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Richard Taylor ... (writer)

Produced by

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Bill Bruce ... executive producer
Donald R. Ham ... executive producer (as Don Ham)
Brian Keister ... associate producer
Sonny Vest ... associate producer

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Byron Berline
Murray MacLeod
J.A.C. Redford

Cinematography by

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Frank Miller

Film Editing by

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Richard Taylor

Editorial Department

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Wayne Hagin ... supervising editor
Dan Randant ... assistant editor / post-production coordinator

Makeup Department

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John Carl Buechler ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Brian Keister ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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John Fowler ... assistant director

Sound Department

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George Baetz ... sound
James A. Corbett ... re-recording mixer (as Jim Corbett)
Charles Grenzbach ... re-recording mixer (as Bud Grenbach)
Bill Jackson ... sound editor
David J. Kimball ... re-recording mixer (as David Kimball)
Michael O'Corrigan ... sound editor (as Mike Corrigan)
Robert Wald ... sound (as Bob Wald)

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Vern Hyde ... special effects (as Vernon L. Hyde)
Robert Shelly ... special effects

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Jerry Brutsche ... stunts
John Hateley ... stunts
Carey Loftin ... stunts
Eddie Mulder ... stunts
Bobby Sargent ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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John D. Burkley ... gaffer
Donald Cahill ... camera operator
Robert Deming ... camera operator
Mike Dougan ... electrician
James Fiester ... second assistant camera
Gerrit Garretsen ... crane operator
Robert Horne ... first assistant camera
Jay Jablonow ... grip
Jordan Kaiser ... key grip
Michael Sibley ... camera operator
Julian Wilson ... first assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Terri Dix-Keister ... wardrobe

Music Department

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Mark Evans ... music recording engineer
Rocky Moriana ... music editor
Scott Norton ... music recording engineer

Other crew

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Lorin Cuoco ... script supervisor
Craig Leitner ... unspecified assistant
Melissa McCanna ... unspecified assistant
William Montgomery ... production assistant
Andrew Patton ... production assistant
Michael Pfeiffer ... production assistant
Philip Vance ... production assistant
Peggy Ann Zitko ... script supervisor
Crew believed to be complete

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Plot Summary

Lonigan and his partner Tony, two drug dealers, shoot two cops who attempt to set them up, and run away with a million bucks and the drugs, which they stash in a red Corvette Stingray in a used car lot. When they attempt to recover their stash with their leader, Abigail, they find out that two happy-go-lucky dudes, Elmo and Al, have bought the car. They quickly pursue the two along with the police who think that the car's new owners are the criminals. Written by filmfactsman

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Taglines Get wrecked! Get chased! Get smashed! Get it on! The big red hot one is in town! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Abagail Wanted (United States)
  • Pata gazi kai tous fagame! (Greece)
  • La Corvette rouge (Canada, French title)
  • Abigail Wanted
  • Jeparit kintereillä (Finland)
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  • 100 min
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Goofs Lonigan says to Tony, "You tell your grandchildren about this one friend, Ole Lonigan on 4 cylinders caught a Corvette of a pro". Lonigan's character drove a 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu, which was never made with a 4 cylinder engine. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in 42nd Street Forever, Volume 2: The Deuce (2006). See more »
Soundtracks HI GEAR (STINGRAY SCENE) See more »
Crazy Credits Each credit at the beginning is accompanied by a red shade that "lights" up. See more »
Quotes Lonigan: [after meeting Kruger and his crony] Just like in the movies.
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