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Director  H. B. Halicki
Prequel  The Junkman
Duration  
Country  United States
5.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Action, Comedy, Drama
Budget  1 million USD
Writer  H.B. Halicki
Language  English
Deadline Auto Theft movie poster
Release date  October 28, 1983 (1983-10-28)
Cast  H.B. Halicki (Maindrian Pace), Hoyt Axton (Captain Gibbs), Marion Busia (Pumpkin Chase), Jerry Daugirda (Eugene Chase), George Cole (Atlee Jackson), Lang Jeffries (Lt. Arthur)
Similar movies  Deadline Auto Theft and The Junkman are part of the same movie series

Deadline Auto Theft is a 1983 independent film written and directed by H.B 'Toby' Halicki, made up of scenes from Gone in 60 Seconds and The Junkman, as well as new material featuring Hoyt Axton.

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Plot

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After the attempted theft of his daughter's (Judi Gibbs) fiances car (Dan Grimaldi), LAPD Captain Gibbs (Hoyt Axton) declares war on master car thief Maindrian Pace (H.B 'Toby' Halicki). Meanwhile, Pace is hired to steal 40 cars, and must do so without being caught. The plot is virtually identical to that of Gone in 60 Seconds, with the addition of the character of Gibbs, using clips from both of his other films, and additional footage.

Cast

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  • H.B 'Toby' Halicki – Maindrian Pace/Vicinski/Mr. Villis
  • Hoyt Axton – Captain Gibbs
  • Marion Busia – Pumpkin Chase
  • Jerry Daugirda – Eugene Chase
  • George Cole – Atlee Jackson
  • Lang Jeffries – Lt. Arthur
  • Dan Grimaldi – Carl Augusta
  • Judi Gibbs – herself
  • Pat Hartigan – Lt. Reed
  • Production

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    Deadline Auto Theft was a piecemeal effort by Halicki to incorporate the opening chase of The Junkman into the film Gone in 60 Seconds. The film is essentially a trimmed alternate cut of his 1974 cult classic with a new subplot featuring Axton incorporated into it. The chase from The Junkman was depicted in that film as the making of a car chase picture – a case of meta-fiction; in Deadline Auto Theft, the footage is incorporated into the plot, essentially making this film the movie that was being produced in The Junkman.


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    References

    Deadline Auto Theft Wikipedia
    Deadline Auto Theft IMDb Deadline Auto Theft themoviedb.org


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