Moonshine Highway

Scenes From "Moonshine Highway". Written, Produced And Directed By Andy Armstrong. With Kyle MacLachlan, Randy Quaid.

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Moonshine County Express
This a really bad B grade '70s movie so one has to accept the screeching tyres on dirt roads. But its great to watch two classic muscle cars being thrashed. We can't do that anymore.





Best Car Chase EVER
From the comedy 'Short Time' with Dabney Coleman, Matt Frewer and Teri Garr. Overall, considering all factors, I find this the best car chase scene ever filmed. NOTE: Coleman's car here is NOT a Diplomat. The grille in this red car says Plymouth. As the chase was filmed in Canada where the Plymouth Gran Fury was sold as the 'Caravelle' from 1978-1982, and as the 'Caravelle Salon' from 1983-89, it might be a Caravelle. But the fender emblems were removed, so we can't say for certain that it isn't a US-market Gran Fury. See http://www.allpar.com/squads/diplomat.html for more specs.





White Line Fever (1975) - final scene with Blue Mule
White Line Fever (1975) directed by Jonathan Kaplan This is, in my opinion, along with Convoy, one of the best trucker sagas available. Unfortunately, it's not available on DVD. In this scene, Carol Jo Hummer (Jan-Michael Vincent), after he got bullied by corrupt brokers and shippers in the business that murdered one of his closest friends, trashed his truck, set his house on fire, beat up his pregnant wife and caused her to abort their baby, decides to go all out on the very top of corrupt pyramid - the Glass House, conglomerate that control the trucking industry in the Midwest. While it isn't any breathtaking movie, it is fun and has some flair to it, but mostly, the rig itself has a certain appeal to it, and definitely the final stunt, crashing of the Glass House is awesome. Deputy dog, you know who this is...





Moonshine In McNairy County
Clip from the movie Moonshine in McNairy County, with Larry Price driving his 66 Chevy Caprice, chased by The last patrol car of Buford Pusser, driven by the Sheriff Robert Lee. Music by Don and Lee McAplin




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