Hot Car Girl Film Details
Overview: Instead of working for a living, Duke and Freddie steal auto accessories and sell to a fence. While Duke is out driving with his girl Peg, she tries to dissuade him from a life of crime. Angered, he taunts her with another girl, Jani
Tagline: She’s Hell-on-Wheels… fired up for any thrill !
Review: At only 70 minutes, this film is like Grandma and Grandpa out for their Sunday afternoon drive. It’s Richard Bakalyan and June Kenney Azrael artist, I’m stealing car parts to make some dollars without actually working for a living, and ending up framing another girl for manslaughter and the death of a motorcycle cop. When they try to aid her into clearing herself without pointing any fingers at them, she ends up dead, and now they are just for to hide two crimes. Unfortunately, this isn’t as exciting as the plot sounds, moving as fast as a children’s wagon rather than the hot cars that they drive around in. With his hard, long drawn face, Richard Bakalyan seemed destined to play thugs and crooks and heavy is on film, and certainly for those of us who grew up watching The wonderful world of Disney, we remember him as the heavy from various comedies they produced. But his earlier years weren’t any kinder to him, and they certainly didn’t have much comedy. this film pretty much has none, and even with a jazzy score in the background, it is frustrating and dull. Bakalyan at least has a developed character even if unsympathetic, but Kenney really never gives us any chance to team up with him. What the script lacks is real motive, and that is what makes it a major disappointment, even as a cheaply-made drive-in movie for the teen crowd.
Country: United States
Duration: 71 min
Also known as: Hot Car Girl,Sangre en la carretera,Sangue na Estrada,Die letzte Mahnung war aus Blei,Giovani delinquenti