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Honkytonk man : Pink cadillac and City heat.

Author: Clint EastwoodKyle EastwoodBernadette PetersBurt ReynoldsJane AlexanderAll authors
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English : Widescreen ed
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Honkytonk man (1982, 123 min.): Red Stovall is a hard-drinking drifter who sings for his supper in second-rate roadhouse bars through some of the loneliest, dustiest countryside ever ravaged by the Great Depression. Stovall, however, nurses the embers of a dream to audition at the legendary Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Clint Eastwood; Kyle Eastwood; Bernadette Peters; Burt Reynolds; Jane Alexander; Irene Cara; Rip Torn; Richard Roundtree; Tony Lo Bianco; Madeline Kahn; Fritz Manes; Michael Gruskoff; John Eskow; David Valdes; Buddy Van Horn; Sam O Brown; Richard Benjamin; Warner Home Video (Firm)
ISBN: 1419828592 9781419828591
OCLC Number: 79868012
Notes: At head of title: Triple feature.
Credits: Honkytonk man: executive producer, Fritz Manes ; produced and directed by Clint Eastwood.
Pink cadillac: executive producer, Michael Gruskoff ; written by John Eskow ; produced by David Valdes ; directed by Buddy Van Horn.
City heat: produced by Fritz Manes ; story by Sam O. Brown ; directed by Richard Benjamin.
Cast: Honkytonk man: Clint Eastwood, Kyle Eastwood.
Pink cadillac: Clint Eastwood, Bernadette Peters.
City heat: Clint Eastwood, Burt Reynolds, Jane Alexander, Irene Cara, Rip Torn, Richard Roundtree, Tony Lo Bianco, Madeline Kahn.
Description: 2 videodiscs (342 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: Honkytonk man (1982, 123 min.): adapted from his novel by Clancy Carlile ; directed by Clint Eastwood ; cinematography, Bruce Surtees ; editors, Ferris Webster, Michael Kelly, Joel Cox ; music, Steve Dorff --
Pink cadillac (1989, 122 min.): written by John Eskow ; directed by Buddy Van Horn ; cinematography, Jack N. Green ; editor, Joel Cox ; music, Steve Dorff --
City heat (1984, 97 min.): written by Sam O. Brown and Joseph C. Stinson ; directed by Richard Benjamin ; cinematography, Nick McLean ; editor, Jacqueline Cambas ; music, Lennie Niehaus.
Other Titles: Pink cadillac
City heat

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Honkytonk man (1982, 123 min.): Red Stovall is a hard-drinking drifter who sings for his supper in second-rate roadhouse bars through some of the loneliest, dustiest countryside ever ravaged by the Great Depression. Stovall, however, nurses the embers of a dream to audition at the legendary Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.

Pink cadillac (1989, 122 min.): Jump bail and skip tracer Tommy Nowak will track you down before the ink on your fake I.D. is dry. Like a Canadian Mountie, he always gets his man. But will he get his woman?

City heat (1984, 97 min.): In Kansas City in 1933, wisecracking detective Murphy tries to find the mob tough-guy who disposed of his partner. Police lieutentant Speer doesn't have much tolerance for the local gangland war's body count. Neither Murphy nor Speer likes the other very much, so that makes them perfect partners.

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