‘The Great Texas Dynamite Chase’ Review | Varied Celluloid

‘The Great Texas Dynamite Chase’ Review

Posted by Josh Samford On April - 23 - 2011
The southern hixploitation/carsploitation fun continues yet again, as we now tackle the very best film of that Shout! Factory triple feature DVD! This one is a tremendous amount of fun and is worth checking out for any fan of action or exploitation!

The Plot: Candy (Claudia Jennings) is a simple kind of girl from a simple farming home. After spending some time in the joint, she finally concocts a plan to escape from prison. When all goes as planned, her sister is waiting for her with a car just outside of the prison and Candy is then set out on the town. Ellie-Joe Turner (Jocelyn Jones) is a bank teller in a small Texas town, where nothing exciting ever seems to happen. When Candy roles into town though, she brings just the right variety of excitement. She walks into Ellie-Jo’s bank with two sticks of dynamite and threatens to blow everyone up if they don’t hand over the money. She executes her robbery perfectly and takes the money she makes in order to save her families farm before heading out West. Along the way she meets up with Ellie-Jo once again, as the young woman has taken to hitchhiking in order to find some form of excitement similar to what she has just experienced. It is here that the two form a close bond and start planning out their very next robbery.


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