Made-for-television movies are distributed in 4:3 small screen. However, please contact us if you believe that informative content on this service affects in any way your legal rights. Macon County Line 1974 This is an online movie guide. Without commercial breaks, the full movie Macon County Line has a duration of 89 minutes; the official trailer can be streamed on the Internet. Despite its title, the film is not a sequel, although it loosely follows a similar plot of mistaken identity.
The car looks like it has been sitting, without being driven for a long time as the ceiling vinyl is hanging, and the car is covered in a layer of dust and bird crap. Inside the house, Morgan's wife is brutally raped and murdered by two men who then kill a cop when pulled over. The sheriff immediately suspects the brothers and a wild chase ensues. . It is revealed that Morgan has been killed. Waiting at the garage, they are informally threatened by Morgan, who says they could be picked up for vagrancy if they decide to stick around. Driving through , the brothers pick up hitchhiker Jenny Scott , a pretty blond with a shady backstory that she would rather not discuss.
Meanwhile, the sheriff's wife is murdered just before the brother's car breaks down near the crime scene. With Wayne and Jenny holed up in a boat hiding from Morgan, Chris sneaks out to try to start the boat's motor. Hunting season begins the next day and he buys Luke a new shotgun. When Morgan returns home to find his wife dead, he pursues Chris, Wayne and Jenny, believing they must have been responsible. The movie was touted as a true story to bring in a larger audience, but the plot was completely fictional. But it's not long before the innocent-minded friends realize this journey will bring them more than they bargained for. A gunshot is heard, and Wayne and Jenny fear that Chris has been killed.
Meanwhile, local backwater town sheriff Reed Morgan Baer is preparing to bring his son Luke home from military school. For example Anchor Bay Entertainment's recent release of Macon County Line is chockfull of extras--including both a widescreen and a full-frame version, audio commentary by the director Richard Compton , videotaped interviews with the participants, an original theatrical trailer, and talent bios. Some of you may be old enough to remember Return to Macon County, the 1975 drive-in B-movie hit. Young Luke Morgan then enters the boat's cabin and shoots Wayne and Jenny. Unable to repair the car themselves, they scrape together enough money to get it patched up by garage owner Hamp. Trouble greets them in the form of a runaway waitress who insists on traveling with them, a group of high school boys who don't like losing a street race, and a police sergeant who is determined to throw them in jail. Alan Vint and Jesse Vint, who played brothers Chris and Wayne Dixon onscreen, are brothers.
The film was released on disc by on January 16, 2018. Genre: Release: April 26, 1976 Views: 267 Directors: Stars: ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Not interested in trouble, the brothers and Jenny head out once their car is running, but after another breakdown, they take refuge in Morgan's barn. What would be your plans if you could pick this baby up for yourself? In 1974 the independent movie Macon County Line was released. You'd think Anchor Bay has their hands on a cult favorite--but any cult of Macon County Line has long since disappeared.
When Chris, Jenny and Wayne experience car trouble, they must wait in Sheriff Morgan's town. Wayne entered the service when Chris was given the option of military duty in lieu of prison as the result of an earlier episode with the law. In each case, most, if not all, of what was portrayed on screen was fictional with the exception of The Town That Dreaded Sundown, which was inspired by the of 1946. The plot involves two brothers who are out for a good time before they have to report to boot camp. Most likely this motor would have only be capable of pulling 15s in the quarter, not 8 second passes. Two small-town young men, drag racer Bo and mechanic Harley, embark on a road trip from Georgia to California with the intention of entering the Grand National Championship drag races in California. The film is in tone.
They pick up a pretty hitchhiker who goes along on their last hurrah. . . . . . .
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