(6/5/1981; 1980; Canada; PG; 106m)

Plot: In a future where gasoline is scarce and cars outlawed, a former racer and his pal drive his Porsche to unrepressive California.

Exec: Gene Slott (The High Country)
Prod: Fran Rosati (pmgr/TV's Night Visitors)
Prod/Dir/Scr: Martyn Burke
(dir/scr/The Clown Murders; Power Play)
Assoc: William Duffy (actor/The Two Jakes)
Scr/Sto: C.R. O'Christopher
a.k.a. Christopher Crowe (prod/scr/Nightmares)
Scr: Roy Moore (Black Christmas)
Scr: Taylor Sutherland (actor/Freedom Strike)
Cin: Paul Van Der Linden
(King Solomon's Treasure)
Aerial Cin: Clay Lacy (pilot/Dragonslayer)
Ed: Steve Weslak (The Care Bears Movie)
SFX: Tom Fisher (K16-City on Fire; Titanic)
SFX Vid: Michael Lennick (Videodrome)
SFX Vid: David Stringer and Paul Davidson
SFX Cin: James Liles (The Fog; Eyes of Laura Mars)
M/U: Ann Brodie (Used People; Barry Lyndon)
Cos: Mary Jane McCarty (822-Overdrawn at the Memory Bank)
Asst Dir: Don Granberry (Separate Vacations)
Asst Dir: David Coatsworth (exec/TV's Gotti)
Asst Dir: Chris Danton (Deadly Harvest)
Asst Dir: Marlene Puritt (set/TV's TekWar)
PMgr: Joyce Kozy King (Nothing Personal)
ADir: Roy Forge Smith (The House by the Lake; Mrs. Soffel)
Set: Jacques M. Bradette (Millenium)
Set: Jo-Ann Chorney (adir/Street Justice)
Set: Vi Jull
Stunt Coor: Dwayne McLean (The Fly; Johnny Mnemonic)
Sound Ed: Martin Ashbee (dialogue ed/K16)
Sound Ed: Dennis Drummond (sound fx ed/K16)
Sound Ed: Steve Cole (Death Ship)
Sound Ed: David Evans (The Fly; Loose Cannons)
Sound Ed: Ann Heeley-Ray (Nowhere to Hide; Loose Cannons)
Sound Rec: David Appleby (K16; Senior Trip)
Sound Rec: Brian Day (TV's When the Dark Man Calls)
Sound Rec: Don White (Stargate; Other People's Money)
Score: Gil Melle (The Andromeda Strain; Embryo)

Franklyn Hart / Lee Majors*
Ring / Chris Makepeace (Meatballs; My Bodyguard)
Captain J.G. Williams / Burgess Meredith
(K13-SST Death Flight; Rocky; Winterset; TV's Batman)
Eudora / Alexandra Stewart (In Praise of Older Women)
Santana / Diane D'Aquila (Used People; Echoes in the Darkness)
Hawkins / George Touliatos (Prom Night; Heartaches; Firepower)
Morely / Ben Gordon (Nothing Personal; Utilities)
Jud / Harvey Atkin (Silver Streak; Atlantic City; Meatballs)
Fetch / Hugh Webster (Never Cry Wolf; King of the Grizzlies)
Miss Paulston / Deborah Burgess (Curtains; Running)
Mrs. Hart / Trudy Young (Homer; Running; Melanie)
reporter / Moses Znaimer (Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe)
captain / Doug Lennox (The Breaking Point; Police Academy)
soldier in roadblock / Paul Amato (Understudy: Graveyard Shift II)
N.Y. cop / Warren Van Evera (Mrs. Soffel)
Eudora's son / Sammy Sanders (Poltergeist 3; Midnight Run)
soldier at tent / David Stelmack
woman at tent / Glenna Jones (Leo the Last; Flash Gordon)
doctor / Robert Christie (Nothing Personal; The Bloody Brood)
police #1 at school / Wally Bondarenko (Police Academy)
police #2 at school / Chris Cunningham (Gumshoe)
police #1 at Frank's house / Walter Boone (Gas; Visiting Hours)
police at tunnel / John Kennedy
Indian / Ed Jacobs
ringleader / Bill Laliotis

Trivia: Born Harvey Lee Yeary II in 1941 and later married six years to model/actress Farrah Fawcett, actor LEE MAJORS is most recognizable for these roles in three television series: Heath Barkley in "The Big Valley" (1965-69, starring Barbara Stanwyck and Peter Breck); Colonel Steve Austin in "The Six Million Dollar Man" (1973-78, with Richard Anderson); and stuntman Colt Seavers in "The Fall Guy" (1981-86). Majors repeated his Steve Austin character in the spin-off series "The Bionic Woman" (starring Lindsay Wagner) and three TV-movies.

Majors' few feature films include: 1964's Strait-Jacket as the sleeping murder victim in the film's opening; directed by William Castle and starring Joan Crawford; 1968's Will Penny starring Charlton Heston; 1978's The Norseman with Cornel Wilde; Killer Fish with Karen Black; 1980's Steel with Art Carney; 1988's Scrooged starring Bill Murray; and 1997's Trojan War.

His mostly forgettable, non-bionic TV-movies include: 1969's The Ballad of Andy Crocker with Joey Heatherton; 1970's Weekend of Terror; 1975's The Secret of Bigfoot; 1980's High Noon, Part II with David Carradine; 1983's Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land with Hal Linden; 1984's The Cowboy and the Ballerina with Anjelica Huston; 1986's A Smoky Mountain Christmas with Dolly Parton; 1988's Danger Down Under; 1989's Keaton's Cop with Abe Vigoda; 1991's Fire! Trapped on the 37th Floor with Lisa Hartman; 1993's The Cover Girl Murders with Jennifer O'Neill; and 1997's Lost Treasure of Dos Santos.

Last Updated: 6/14/1999

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