Deadhead Miles

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Deadhead Miles
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Directed by Vernon Zimmerman
Produced by Tony Bill
Written by Terence Malick
Starring Alan Arkin
Bruce Bennett
Paul Benedict
Music by Tom T. Hall
Cinematography Ralph Woolsey
Edited by Danford B. Greene
Bud S. Smith
Production
company
Release date
1973
Running time
93 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget under $1 million[1]

Deadhead Miles is a 1973 American road comedy film directed by Vernon Zimmerman from a script by Terence Malick,[2] and starring Alan Arkin.

George Raft and Ida Lupino make cameos.

Alan Arkin's character, Cooper, drives a yellow Peterbilt down America's highways and byways, tells us he's an "engine man," tries to hustle a load, finds humor where he can. Cooper takes revenge on the police, reminiscent of the Kit Carruther's character in Malick's directorial debut, Badlands (1973), when he throws a set of the boss's keys into a barrel of oil after being told he's fired.[3]

The movie was never theatrically released.[4]

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