PG | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
A comedic take on the daily life of a car wash employees, chronicling their hopes, fears, joys, dreams and tribulations. And meeting a few eccentric costumers along the way.
The main location of this film was a real Los Angeles car wash, the Figueroa Car Wash, in Westlake, a few blocks from McArthur Park. The address was the corner of Rampart Boulevard and 6th Street. It was demolished in the late 1980s. After this film was released, the wash's marquee made note of its use as a location in this film.
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(around 55 min.) The camera crew is reflected on a station wagon's wing mirror.
The principal cast members are all spoken out at the end of the film by J.J. Jackson, one of the film's deejays.
The TV network version has all of the raunchy scenes, including the ones with the drag queen Lindy, cut and many more added which include:
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