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Highway to Hell

Synopsis

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Starring
Eric Stolz as Danny Hicks Monica Carrico as Charlene Andrews and Stuart Margolin as Officer Trent.
At 17, Danny Hicks. is the youngest killer on Death Row, accused of murdering his father. His trial is closely watched by Charlene, a young prostitute. When Danny escapes custody, he takes refuge with Charlene and together they take off on a violent trail across Arizona.
Produced by DAVID CALLOWAY Written and directed by MARK GRIFFITHS
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Contributors

Unknown: Eric Stolz
Unknown: Danny Hicks
Unknown: Monica Carrico
Unknown: Charlene Andrews
Unknown: Stuart Margolin
Unknown: Danny Hicks.
Produced By: David Calloway
Directed By: Mark Griffiths
Tom Bond: Richard Bradford
Officer Berman: Joe George
Pimp: Virgil Fr Ye
Shame: Louise Baker
Massage receptionist: Laurel Patrick
Ex-con: Sorrells Pickard
Danny's father: Ben Hammer






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