Gone in 60 Seconds

Gone in 60 Seconds

  • You ve seen all the chase films – now see the one that started it all. A runaway theatrical hit in 1974, GONE IN 60 SECONDS defined the genre of the car chase film and became an instantic. Now it s back – fully restored and digitally remastered. The Assignment: to steal 48 luxury cars and sport vehicles. The Challenge: avoid getting caught! When the cops finally catch up with master thief Pace Mai

You ve seen all the chase films – now see the one that started it all. A runaway theatrical hit in 1974 GONE IN 60 SECONDS defined the genre of the car chase film and became an instant classic. Now it s back – fully restored and digitally remastered. The Assignment: to steal 48 luxury cars and sport vehicles. The Challenge: avoid getting caught! When the cops finally catch up with master thief Pace Maindrain he rocks them through a 40-minute full-throttle chase wrecking half of Los Angeles making his escape. With unstoppable action and edge of your seat suspense Gone In 60 Seconds slams you on a rocket ride you ll never forget!System Requirements:Written directed by and starring: H.B. “Toby” Halicki. Running Time: 98 Min. Color. This film is presented in “Widescreen” format. Copyright 1974 c H.B. Halicki Productions.Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: ACTION/ADVENTURE Rating: PG UPC: 741027117165When car nut and aspiring B movie maverick H.B. “Toby” Halicki released his debut film, he gave top billing to his car, a yellow 1973 Ford Mustang named Eleanor. That’s a good indication of Halicki’s priorities in the original car-crunching, tire-squealing drive-in classic Gone in 60 Seconds. Halicki wrote, produced, starred, and did all of his own extraordinary stunt driving in the picture, the story of a career car thief who makes a deal to steal 48 cars for an overseas smuggler. OK, it’s not Shakespeare. The plot is perfunctory at best, and Halicki’s all thumbs when it comes to directing his wooden cast, but he gives a crash course in the mechanics of the car-theft biz and tops it off with one of the greatest car chases of all time: a 40-minute finale that roars through five Los Angeles-basin towns and destroys 93 cars in the process. It’s a masterpiece of stunt driving, down-and-dirty photography, and sharp, furious cutting; the unsung hero of the picture is editor Warner Leighton, who paces the film perfectly and never lets it stall. Forget the messy Nicolas Cage in-name-only remake, this is outlaw auto cinema at its purest. –Sean Axmaker
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