Macon County Line

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Alan Vint and his brother Jesse form an agreeable duo, playing roistering brothers on a spree in Macon County, Georgia, in the '50s. They pick up a girl, fool around some, and run up against a redneck cop (Baer), who warns them on their way, then mistakenly goes on the rampage after them when he finds his wife raped and murdered. As the film moves from rompish comedy into something altogether darker, its moral tone becomes more overbearing, and the blood-spattered ending (the script is based on fact, but fails to prepare its ground adequately) seems to come from a different movie altogether.
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Release details

UK release:

1973

Duration:

89 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Richard Compton

Cast:

Stan Gilman, Max Baer, Jesse Vint, Joan Blackman, Geoffrey Lewis, Cheryl Waters, Alan Vint, Tim Scott

Music:

Stu Phillips

Art Director:

Roger Pancake

Editor:

Tina Hirsch

Cinematography:

Daniel Lacambre

Screenwriter:

Richard Compton, Max Baer

Producer:

Max Baer

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