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Alex Cox introduces another classic cult movie.
Two Lane Blacktop starring
Four nameless people - the Driver, GTO, the Girl and the Mechanic - are in a race against time and each other. The ultimate bet is made - a cross-country duel from the far west to Washington, DC. The prize - the loser's treasured car. One of the most extraordinary and original films of the decade.
Screenplay by RUDOLPH WURLITZER and WILL CORRY from a story by WILL CORRY
Television presentation NICK JONES
0 FILMS: page 17


Introduces: Alex Cox
Play By: Rudolph Wurlitzer
Unknown: Will Corry
Story By: Will Corry
Produced By: Michael S. Laughun
Directed By: Monte Hellman
Unknown: Nick Jones
GTO: Warren Oates
the Driver: James Taylor
the Mechanic: Dennis Wilson
Girl: Laurie Bird
Station mechanic: Richard Ruth
Hot rod driver: Rudolph Wurlitzer
Driver's girl: Jaclyn Hellman
Oklahoma hitchhiker: Harry Dean Stanton

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