Based on a true story about the early days of stock-car racing. A story of love in the time of moonshine as three of stock car racing's earliest heroes come of age to find escape from ...
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Life-worn Charlie struggles with leaving his present life and family in Ohio to return to his childhood Kentucky home and the music and lifestyle that once defined him. But first he must pass his musical heritage on to his grand-kids.
Based on a true story about the early days of stock-car racing. A story of love in the time of moonshine as three of stock car racing's earliest heroes come of age to find escape from life's challenges on the track, ultimately shaping the future of their families and auto racing during the Fighting Forties.
At 1:11, the Curtis Turner character says "You have heard that Virginia is for Lovers, right?" The "Virginia is for Lovers" tagline for the Virginia tourism industry was not coined until 1969; approximately 25 years after the movie would have taken place. See more »
It's a coma movie
One of the very worst - Two Thumbs Way Down!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I watch a lot of movies and I must say this is with out a doubt one of the worst movies I have ever seen ever. I could not even finish watching it. Nothing realistic about it. The acting stunk, the dialog was beyond bad, it was the worst and the costumes not even kind of believable. I mean to say I have never seen such clean clothes on farm boys or racers. Low budget or not, just really, really bad movie making!!!!! In my opinion it is an extreme waste of time. I really have a hard time believing that this film ever made it off of the cutting room floor. This movie does not put you to sleep it puts you in a coma!
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