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SPEED LOVERS 1968

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SPEED LOVERS 1968
U.S. film. Billy Lee Riley of Sun Record's "Red Hot" fame sings "Speed Lovers" and "A Girl I Knew." Randy and The Holidays sing, "A Living Doll" and "You Love Everybody." Features real-life stock car racer Fred Lorenzen. The son of a mechanic idolizes Fred Lorenzen and dreams of the day that he will be a champion on the racetrack. He gets his chance during a major stock-car competition in Atlanta.

Most of the intense racing scenes are assembled from color news footage of actual racing events. The protagonist's hair is mesmerizing! His "comb-over" is combed from the far back of his head, over the top, and towards his forehead and looks like a dead animal! Be careful not to look at it too long or you'll miss the storyline. Glenda Brunson, William McGaha, Fred Lorenzen, David Marcus, Peggy O'Hara, Carol Street. Filmed in "speedcolor."

Plus this bonus selection...

THE MUNSTERS 1965 "Hot Rod Herman"
U.S. TV show. "Hot Rod Herman." May-27-65. Eddie volunteers Herman in a drag-strip competition. After souping up the Munster Coach and dressing in black leathers and talking like Marlon Brando from The Wild One, Herman loses his car in a bet on a drag race. In a rematch, Grandpa builds and races in the "Dragula," a hot rod coffin on wheels! Grandpa says of Herman, "My son-in-law, the 150 year old teenage punk!" Real life hot rod and drag strip footage is used in this episode. Cool George Barris custom cars! Classic 1960s TV Show.


SPEED LOVERS 1968 movie on DVD!


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