Cannonball! (1976)

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Racing across the country from L.A. to New York, a plethora of exotic cars carry contestants hoping to win a very large sum.


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  • David Carradine and Veronica Hamel in Cannonball! (1976)
  • Cannonball! (1976)
  • David Carradine and Veronica Hamel in Cannonball! (1976)
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26 February 2008 | ShariRN3-1
Good grief!
Good Lord, one of many horrible 70's movies. The acting is atrocious, the characters have no depth, they are really only caricatures. David Carradine acts about as well as a tree stump and most likely got many of his jobs because of his wholly more talented father. Now, if you are the sort of person who enjoys car races, chases, etc., you may really enjoy this movie. Frankly, I couldn't tell if this movie was intended as a drama because some of the scenes are laughable. There are quite a few well known stars in this movie, but it is debatable if they were as well known then. As far as I am concerned, there have been enough movies made about this underground coast-to-coast race. I enjoyed the comedy "Cannonball Run" much more than this movie.

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