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Author: R W Alley; Carol Sobieski; William D Wittliff; John Binder
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 1980.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Buck Bonham is a lovin' man, the king of country music, and red-neck rock, traveling the road in the hottest band bus ever to hit Texas. Buck is heartbroken because left at home are the wife and son he loves. Because he's doing them wrong and can't seem to stop. Because on the morning he woke up with Lily, the beautiful daughter of his best friend, Buck Bonham knew there was no tellin' when he would ever make it  Read more...
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Named Person: Carol Sobieski; William D Wittliff; John Binder
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R W Alley; Carol Sobieski; William D Wittliff; John Binder
ISBN: 0553143328 : 9780553143324
OCLC Number: 6689730
Notes: "Based on the story by Gosta Steven and Gustav Molander."
Description: 198 pages ; 18 cm
Responsibility: Robert Alley ; screenplay by Carol Sobieski and William D. Wittliff and John Binder.

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Buck Bonham is a lovin' man, the king of country music, and red-neck rock, traveling the road in the hottest band bus ever to hit Texas. Buck is heartbroken because left at home are the wife and son he loves. Because he's doing them wrong and can't seem to stop. Because on the morning he woke up with Lily, the beautiful daughter of his best friend, Buck Bonham knew there was no tellin' when he would ever make it home again.

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