PG | | Drama, Sport
Roller-derby skater K. C. Carr tries to balance her desire for a happy personal life and her dreams of stardom.
Screenwriter Barry Sandler, who originated the project and left his only copy of the screenplay with Raquel Welch's assistant at Welch's home, says he waited weeks and weeks for an answer from Welch or her team on whether she was interested in doing the film. In the interim, Sandler says he was briefly in contact with Roger Smith, husband and manager of actress Ann-Margret, who was interested in finding a dramatic vehicle of this type for his wife after she completed "Carnal Knowledge".
But you can't just throw Hank on the dump heap after you've used him!
Burt Henry: What the hell you talking about, use him? We're all used! You, me, anybody on two legs! That's what it's all about. That's your American pie for you. You ought to know that by now.
KC makes two separate trips to see her children and mother in the movie, but in the second sequence all the actors are wearing the same clothes they had on previously. What's more, when KC makes her first visit, she drives to the location, yet her daughter is seen waiting to say goodbye next to a taxi cab. When KC makes her second trip, that's when she takes the taxi.
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