PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama
In turn-of-the-century Mississippi, an 11-year-old boy comes of age as two mischievous adult friends talk him into sneaking the family car out for a trip to Memphis and a series of adventures.
Rupert Crosse was the first black actor to be nominated in the Best Supporting Actor category of the Academy Awards, for his role in this film.
Sometimes you have to say goodbye to the things you know and hello to the things you don't!
On the packaging for the 1993 VHS release of the movie, the music credit is given to Lalo Schifrin. John Williams wrote the score for the film and received an Oscar nomination for his efforts.
and introducing Mitch Vogel as Lucius