Junkman and movie-maker Harlan Hollis struggles to stay alive when a jealous partner in his company hires goons to kill him. Full of amazing car chases, fantastic crashes, and edge-of-your-seat action.
A great American dream
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The copy of "The Hollywood Reporter" which is sitting in front of the VCR that the "killer" uses to watch the footage of Harlan's life has a smaller story visible on the top right of the front page - "Warner Leighton named Editor of the Year", in reference to the film's editor Warner E. Leighton
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Shadow of camera truck on the road in front of Pig Man's Mercedes before he crashes. See more
I know your cat died, Mr. Horowitz, but that's no reason to jump.
Could you hold on a minute, please?
DVD versions omits Bruce saying, "Jesus!" after stating, "Jack?" when Harlan side-swipes the news cruiser head-on during the main chase. When Bruce swerves into the median, all of their lines are also missing, which include Susan declaring, "It looked like Harlan! Follow him! Step on it, Bruce!", and Bruce quickly replying, "Okay, okay!" See more
References Rebel Without a Cause
The Great American Dream
Music and Lyrics by Hoyt Axton
Sung by Freddie Cannon
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