Macon County Line

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Macon County Line (1974, USA) is a Crime film directed by Richard Compton. Followed by Return To Macon County

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Main Details

  • Released in 1974 | Color
  • Running Time: 89 Min.
  • Production Co: Consolidated Productions
  • Distribution Co: American International Pictures (AIP) (1974) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Directed by Richard Compton
  • Written by Max Baer Jr., Richard Compton
  • Starring: Alan Vint, Cheryl Waters, Max Baer, Jr., Jesse Vint, Joan Blackman, Leif Garrett
  • Produced by Max Baer Jr, Roger Camras, Richard Franchot
  • Original Music by Bobbie Gentry, Stu Phillips
  • Cinematography by Daniel Lacambre
  • Film Editing by Tina Hirsch

Taglines

  • It was the fall of '54. A time when laughing was easy. And laugh they did, until they crossed the...Macon County Line. | It shouldn't have happened. It couldn't have happened. But it did.

Synopsis

A southern fried thriller based on a true story, set in 1954 Georgia. Max Baer (Jethro on 60s TV show The Beverly Hillbillies) produced and wrote it. Bobbie Gentry sings the theme song. Two brothers, Chris (Alan Vint) and Wayne (Jesse Vint) are traveling through the South along with an attractive female hitchhiker named Jenny (Cheryl Waters). They innocently wander into a small Georgia town and are falsely accused of murdering the wife of a twisted police deputy, Reed Morgan (Max Baer). Pretty soon they find themselves in a fight for their lives. Max Baer is at his best. A very bloody film! Followed by a semi-sequel: Return to Macon County (1975).

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