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DEUCE COUPE 1992
U.S. film. Rare and fantastic hot rod film! Lots of terrific hot rod eye candy! Rock 'n' roll soundtrack includes music by James Intveld, Big Sandy and The Fly-Rite Trio, the Rockin' Rebels, the Roadhouse Rockers, Royal Crown Revue, and others.

Eddy is a teenager who idolizes his older brother Brian and helps him soup up his car for a much-anticipated race. When Brian goes into the Air Force he must leave his cherished hot rod with Eddy. Soon Marie Vitelli shows up on Eddy's doorstep looking for Brian. Marie is a hot chick with a bad reputation who claims to be pregnant with Brian's child. To complicate matters, Marie is currently going out with Brian's hot rod-racing rival.

Deuce Coupe is set in a small 1950s Virginia town and has some of the same 1950s rock 'n' roll vibe of American Graffiti...and even features Paul Le Mat and Candy Clark from American Graffiti. The Sheriff who pulls Eddie over, showing his disapproval of the Coupe, is played by Paul Le Mat, whose character, John Milner drove a Deuce Coupe in American Graffiti.

Deuce Coupe was shot in and around Franklin, Virginia. The hot rods were built by Flatlanders in Norfolk, VA. Local hot rodders had bit parts in the film. Doumar's Restaurant in Norfolk, VA is shown prominently and other filming locations include: Suffolk High School, Louise Obici Memorial Hospital, and Suffolk Raceway. Kieran Mulroney, Brian Bloom, Candy Clark, Paul Le Mat, Danielle von Zerneck, Ashley Laurence, Cameron Dye, Larry Hankin, Jamie Seibert, R. Pickett Bugg. Deuce Coupe


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