When He Goes to Work the Excitement Starts — and Goes — and Goes — and GOES! (May, 1975)

Sure, to get to that huge, almost operatic chase scene at the end of H.B. Halicki’s Gone in 60 Seconds, a viewer has to endure the first half of the movie that kinda spends its time grinding gears, but, believe me, it’s worth the effort for the resulting carnage and road-rash that takes up all the second half of the movie, where an average of three cars a minute are sent to the big junkyard in the sky. As for our second feature, we’ve got another American International counter-culture extravaganza when a hippy, a hobo and a teen-aged runaway stick out their thumbs for a ride to the promised land in sunny California.

Other Points of Interest:

Full film review of Gone in 60 Seconds at 3B Theater.

Gone in 60 Seconds (1974) H.B. Halicki Mercantile Co. / P: H.B. Halicki / D: H.B. Halicki / W: H.B. Halicki / C: Scott Lloyd-Davies, Jack Vacek / E: Warner E. Leighton / M: Ronald Halicki, Philip Kachaturian / S: H.B. Halicki, Marion Busia, Jerry Daugirda, Lyle Waggoner, George Cole

Pick Up on 101 (1972) American International Pictures / EP: John Florea / P: Ed Garner, Chris Whittaker / D: John Florea / W: Noel Black, Anthony Blake / C: Brick Marquard / M: Stu Phillips / S: Lesley Ann Warren, Jack Albertson, Martin Sheen, Hal Baylor

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