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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was able to convince several Californian fire-fighting agencies to appear in the film for free by claiming they could use the fiery crashes and explosions as "training exercises". See more
Harlan and Susan realize that his attempted killer must be someone he works with because the assassin's photograph is a new publicity shot which even Harlan hasn't seen yet. Yet during the Nevada news bulletin on his "death", the same publicity shot of him is shown, which they would never have been able to get. See more
I just talked to the coroner. Nothing's left. The heat. He was cremated.
Let's go home.
In the DVD release, the soundtrack from the original film has been completely replaced by a generic synthesizer music score. See more
Featured in Gone in 60 Seconds 2
The Great American Dream
Music and Lyrics by Hoyt Axton
Sung by Freddie Cannon
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