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|Directed by||Penelope Spheeris|
|Produced by||Herb Jaffe
|Written by||Randall Jahnson|
Catherine Mary Stewart
Billy Ray Sharkey
|Music by||Charles Bernstein|
|Edited by||Andy Horvitch|
|Distributed by||The Vista Organization|
Two punks, or "dudes", (Jon Cryer and Daniel Roebuck), from the big city are traveling across the country in a Volkswagen bug. They try to embrace the western way when they are forced to take revenge against a gang of lowly rednecks for killing their friend. Along the way, they get help from a young woman who runs a wrecking service.
- Grant - Jon Cryer
- Biscuit - Daniel Roebuck
- Milo - Flea
- Missoula - Lee Ving
- Blix - Billy Ray Sharkey
- Wes - Glenn Withrow
- Logan - Michael Melvin
- Sonny - Marc Rude
- Jessie - Catherine Mary Stewart
- Elyse - Pamela Gidley
- Witherspoon - Calvin Bartlett
- Daredelvis - Pete Willcox
- Hezekiah - Vance Colvig Jr.
- Rhatigan - Ancel Cook
- Watts - Wycliffe Young
- Laughing Bear - Red Wing
- "Rock and Roll Outlaw" - Keel
- "Urban Struggle" (1987 Re-Recording) - The Vandals
- "Show No Mercy" - W.A.S.P
- "Vengeance Is Mine" - Simon Steele and the Claw
- "These Boots Were Made for Walkin'" - Megadeth
- "Time Forgot You" - Legal Weapon
- "Jesus Came Driving Along" - Leather Nun
- "Mountain Song" (Early Version) - Jane's Addiction
- "Lost Highway" - Little Kings
- "Dudes Showdown" (Instrumental) - Charles Bernstein & Co.
- "Amazing Grace" (Instrumental) - Steve Vai
- "Dudes (1987) Plot Summary". IMDb. Retrieved 5 February 2016.
- "Dudes (1987)". IMDb. Retrieved 5 February 2016.
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