White Line Fever

"The organization says: Everybody drives for them. Carrol Jo says: I drive for myself."

White Line Fever is an enjoyable and action-packed film. Carrol Jo Hummer, a trucker, returns home from the Vietnam War and borrows money to buy a truck and to become an independent trucker. After he purchases the truck, he soon discovers that he is expected to smuggle illegal goods in return for the loan. Carrol refuses to take part in any illegal activity and is threatened by the people he borrowed the money from. They also make threats against him and his wife.

Hummer fights back with a vengeance and refuses to give in to their demands and is badly beaten up. The thugs also assault his wife. Hummer is also blacklisted, so he gets together with other honest truckers who want to fight against corruption and organizes a strike against the company.

The movie was filmed in and around Tuscan, Arizona and was made when trucker movies were in. It stars Jan-Michael Vincent as Carrol Jo Hummer, Kay Lenz as Jerri Hummer and Slim Pickens as Duane Haller. Others stars in the film include L.Q. Jones, Don Porter, Sam Laws, R.G. Armstrong and Martin Kove.

The movie was released to theaters on January 1, 1976 and was released on video last year by Sony Pictures. Jonathon Kaplan wrote and directed the film and John Kemeny was the producer.

PG
| 1975 | 1 hr 30 min | 6.2/10
Cast
Jan-Michael Vincent, Kay Lenz, Slim Pickens, L.Q. Jones
Director
Jonathan Kaplan
Language
English
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