White Line Fever

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"The organization says: Everybody drives for them. Carrol Jo says: I drive for myself."
  • PG
  • 1975
  • 1 hr 30 min
  • 6.1  (2,214)

White Line Fever is a 1975 American action-drama film starring Jan-Michael Vincent, Kay Lenz, and Slim Pickens. The movie revolves around the life of Carrol Jo Hummer, a young man who just returned from serving in the Vietnam War. Carrol Jo believed that the war would change the world and make it a better place for everyone. However, his dream shattered when he returned home to find out that his hometown had been taken over by crime syndicates that were running illegal operations.

Desperate to provide for his family and make things right in his community, Carrol Jo turned to truck driving as a means of income. He quickly found out that the job was full of danger and corruption. The trucking industry was riddled with criminal elements who used violence and intimidation to control truck drivers and manipulate the industry. Carrol Jo's determination to do the right thing and stand up to these criminal elements led him on a dangerous path that would change his life forever.

Throughout the movie, Carrol Jo faces numerous challenges in his quest for justice. At first, he finds a job with a reputable company, but he soon realizes that the industry is run by corrupt businessmen who use violence to keep the truckers in line. He is also faced with opposition from his own brother, who is involved in criminal activities, as well as the local police force, who are in the pockets of the criminal syndicates.

Carrol Jo's resolve is tested when he is forced to make tough decisions that put him and his family in danger. He accumulates enemies from both sides of the law, with criminal elements and corrupt cops hounding and threatening him at every turn. He finds himself alone in his fight against the system, as even his wife is skeptical of his dangerous crusade.

The movie showcases high-speed truck chases, barroom brawls, and gunfights as Carrol Jo tries to fight for what he believes in. The action scenes are well choreographed, with plenty of tense moments that keep the audience on the edge of their seats. The film also has a gritty realism to it, with the protagonist being no invincible superhero, but a man who is determined to do the right thing, regardless of the consequences.

The acting in the film is solid, with Jan-Michael Vincent delivering a convincing performance as the morally upright and determined protagonist. Kay Lenz is excellent as his skeptical wife, who is gradually won over by Carrol Jo's unwavering determination to do the right thing. And Slim Pickens is perfect as the corrupt trucking company owner who will stop at nothing to maintain his grip on the industry.

Overall, White Line Fever is an engaging and entertaining action-drama that explores the corruption and criminal elements that plague the trucking industry. The movie is a must-watch for fans of the genre, and even for those who are not, the strong performances, thrilling action, and thought-provoking themes make it an enjoyable watch.

White Line Fever is a 1975 romance movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 30 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.1.

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    6.1  (2,214)