- 1 hr 48 min
Six Pack is a movie that hit the big screen in 1982. The movie is written by Mike Marvin and Alex Matter, and features Kenny Rogers, a famous country music singer, who has been cast as Brewster Baker, a race car driver trying to make it big in the racing circuit. While on the road to the next racing event Brewster has problems with thieves stealing some important parts off of his racing car. As he witnesses this happening to other drivers he tracks down the car part thief only to reveal that it is not one thief, and they are not adults. The plot thickens as Brewster discovers why the five children have turned to a life of crime, and after the children stop the stealing, the very same individual responsible for it is trying to arrest him as well. The sheriff blackmailed the children into taking parts from cars so that he could sell them and make a profit. This allowed these children, who are without any parents, to remain together, and free. Their freedom depended on their ability to steal the car parts asked of them, and as long as they did what they were told. Once the children met Mr. Brewster Baker they wanted a new life, to change, and they hid away in his travel camper. The bond that the children and the race car driver formed had many bumpy patches along the way, but they became a team. To the drivers amazement the children were great at working on racing cars, and became a pit crew that he could be proud of. Even though Brewster and the kids left the area the sheriff is still hot on their tail. He is relentless in his approach to take them down.