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  • Actors: David Carradine, Bill McKinney, Veronica Hamel, Gerrit Graham, Robert Carradine
  • Directors: Paul Bartel
  • Writers: Paul Bartel, Don Simpson
  • Producers: Gustave M. Berne, Peter Cornberg, Run Run Shaw, Samuel W. Gelfman
  • Format: Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Original recording remastered, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Studio: Blue Underground
  • Release Date: Sept. 28 2004
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002VEU8U

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Cannonball

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TOUT AMATEUR DE COURSES AUTOMOBILES DEVRAIT AU MOINS VOIR CANNONBALL , AU MOINS UNE FOIS DANS LEUR VIE , MERCI ROGER CORMAN ET PAUL BARTEL , POUR CE BON FILM LÀ AVEC DAVID CARRADINE ... MOI JE DIS C'EST UN FILM À VOIR ET OU À REVOIR.
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A cult classic with mediocre acting and undeniably lame plot.. gratuitous accident and trying to be more than it should have ever reached out to be.. but, still entertaining.. go figure!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Cannonball blasts forward with great car chases July 1 2009
By Dylan Hansen - Published on Amazon.com
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This is by far one of the great car chase movies of all time. And by my count, not many people were able to notice it. Cannonball, the apparent precursor to the comedy movie series "Cannonball Run" stars young David Carridine as Coy "Cannonball" Buckman as he embarks on an illegal trans american race to bring his racing career back. This film has great chase sequences and a good story to back itself up. Cannonball is the perfect popcorn film for any gearhead or action fan. Granted it was made in the 70's and has those 70's style moments, it still is a top-notch car film on par with the classics like "Gone In 60 Seconds" and "Vanishing Point". Buy this movie.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Another in this genere May 12 2012
By ellison - Published on Amazon.com
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After a sucess in Death Race 2000 - Special Edition David Carradine returns in a modernday cross-country race from Santa Monica Pier to New York City, it opens with a grim dream sequence. David and another former racecar driver are in a duel to win to earn a spot on the Modern Motors Race Team, Davie as Coy 'Cannonball' Buckman drives a Pontiac Trans Am while his rival has a Dodge Charger, Coy eventually has a Mustang which made me think of the Mustang vs. Charger battle in Bullitt which ends up the same way.

There is a van full of women (one of the gals was also in Deathrace) a Corvette (driven by David's real-life brother) a Pantera, a borrowed Lincoln. Also, Coy has a friend driving an identical Pontiac. A guy flys his Chevy Blazer to New York in an attempt to win the $100,000. Coy's brother bets on Coy to win.

At one point David get to show his Kung Fu: The Complete Series Collection skills in a fight. We are treated to gear shifting, some highway and some backroads. Some CB talk. Coy backs onto a guardrail as a ramp to change a tire as his jackstand was taken. Some engaging situations.

Toward the end some violent deaths in a massive car wreck pile-up.

The Special Features include the theatre movie trailer and TV spots in addition to an interview with David, insightful.

Entertaining.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
BIG DISAPPOINTMENT Jan. 13 2014
By Gary L. Dibert - Published on Amazon.com
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This picture was released on July 6 1976 starring David Carradine as Coy Cannonball Buckman, Bill McKinney as Cade Redman and Veronica Hamel as Linda Maxwell. A former employee rips off his own Death Race 2000 in this mindless car-crash saga, containing more twisted metal than a bombed-out steel mill. The nominal storyline concerns an illegal auto race from Los Angeles to New York that promises the winner 100,000 dollars. Coy "Cannonball" Buckman, is the race leader who drags his girlfriend, Linda along for the ride. Linda is not very happy to be the passenger in this race because she has has a job and a boss to answer too. Cade Redman tools around in a loud red Trans Am, while Cannonball's nemesis barrels along in a big, black Plymouth, trying to outsmart Cannonball at every turn and exit ramp. Things start to go wrong as cars start breaking down and you need money to fix them. The only way to fix them is with your sponsor's money but there's no which means no money. I bought this movie because of Veronica Hamel and she was a big disappointment. Even though this movie had a leading actress her performance was not good so I give this movie 4 weasel stars.
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but this is probably the worst movie made in that time period July 18 2014
By Dave Dittmar - Published on Amazon.com
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I know it was the seventies, but this is probably the worst movie made in that time period.

Spoiler alert **
There is multiple car pile up scene in this movie.
The accident happens on a piece of road that only has drivers with no brakes, because even though the additional cars in this pile up must be able to see smoke and flames from 3 miles back, they just drive into the pile of already burning cars.
Every car in this movie is driving around with explosives in the front bumper, because as soon as they touch anything, they explode. These vehicles could bump into a pile of teddy bears and still go up in flames.
Also, there were a couple of lame fighting scenes. A couple of them were with the guy they chose for the kungfu series. His kicks looked like a third grader at recess.
All in all it was a terrible movie not really worthy of a full star, but it won't allow me to give it a half.
The only way to enjoy this movie is to start it with the idea that it is terrible and watch it just for the comedy of how bad it is.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Cool cars, crazy storyline March 9 2006
By Paul F. Meyers - Published on Amazon.com
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The title about says it all. It makes ya cringe a little watching them beat up the "classics". But as with alot of 70's movies they just put the car on full out and let the cameras roll. You should see it once just for the cars.


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