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Robert E. Morris
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This film was partially filmed at my mom's house in East Los Angeles. The star (Fernando Allende) lived at mom's house, and his love interest was made to live across town, but was actually filmed at a neighbor's house across the street. Lots of scenes were filmed in the East Los Angeles and Montebello areas. The cars were the real stars of the shows. The paint jobs on some were unreal, and were to be appreciated by those who saw them in person. Check it out for a chuckle especially if you have a sense of humor (plus it doesn't hurt to be a Chicano!) - ORALE!! All in all, I've seen much worse. This film does have a special place in my heart because of my mom's house being used in the filming. :)
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