DVD cover for Roadhouse 66
|Directed by||John Mark Robinson|
|Produced by||Mark Levinson|
|Written by||Galen Lee
|Music by||Gary S. Scott|
|Cinematography||Thomas E. Ackerman|
|Edited by||Jay Cassidy|
|Distributed by||Atlantic Releasing Corporation|
A young adult from New York is on his way to California for a business meeting when he runs into trouble with some local hoodlums in Kingman who shoot at his car and try to run him off the road. He hooks up with a hitchhiker who is also passing through town, who turns out to be a former rock and roll musician, and the two attempt to set things right in the town, culminating in their entry in an automobile race from Kingman to Oatman and back.
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