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Hot Rods to Hell (1967) was a Action - Drama Film directed by John Brahm and produced by Sam Katzman.

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Dana Andrews vs. Hot Rods to Hell

By Rick29 on Sep 4, 2017 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

A dear friend was recently involved in a car accident en route to the airport for a vacation. Fortunately, no one suffered serious injuries--but a sore back, a banged-up knee, and a two-week vacation delay is no fun. So, he turned to a comfort movie later that day...selecting Hot Rods to Hell. Glo... Read full article


Dana Andrews vs. Hot Rods to Hell

By Rick29 on Sep 4, 2017 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

A dear friend was recently involved in a car accident en route to the airport for a vacation. Fortunately, no one suffered serious injuries--but a sore back, a banged-up knee, and a two-week vacation delay is no fun. So, he turned to a comfort movie later that day...selecting Hot Rods to Hell. Glo... Read full article


Review: “Hot Rods to Hell”

on Aug 22, 2014 From Comet Over Hollywood

We all have at least one guilty pleasure film that is so terrible, but we inexplicably love it. I have several, and one of them is the 1967 drama/thriller ?Hot Rods to Hell.? It is one of those films where you laugh at the ridiculous lines and moments but have a desire to rewatch it constantly. Orig... Read full article


Classics of the Corn: Hot Rods to Hell (1967)

By Lindsey on Mar 27, 2013 From The Motion Pictures

It’s all Christmas fun and happy, suburban child hijinks in the Phillips household. Young Jamie (Jeffrey Byron) forces his older sister Tina (Laurie Mock) to wear a Santa beard and calls her his brother while they anxiously await their father Tom’s (Dana Andrews) “home for the holi... Read full article


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Tom Phillips: Let's see you laugh with these nails in your face!


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Facts about

Veteran director John Brahm's final film.
This film project was originally announced by Metro in July 1955 as another juvenile delinquent drama to follow up on the box office success of "The Blackboard Jungle." The studio had purchased the short story "The Red Car" by Alex Gaby prior to it's publication (as "Fifty-Two Miles to Terror") in the January 14, 1956 issue of The Saturday Evening Post. The January 20, 1956 New York Times reported that Richard Thorpe was set to direct the screenplay by Rod Serling, with studio head Dore Schary personally producing the picture. On March 24th the Times reported that the project was "postponed indefinitely" and "casting difficulties were cited as the reason for the decision to halt preparations."
Originally made for television in 1966, but released first in theaters and drive-ins instead.
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Also directed by John Brahm




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