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" is a 1978 science fiction B-movie produced by Roger Corman, directed by Allan Arkush and Nicholas Niciphor.
On August 3, 2010, Shout! Factory released "
" along with the 1982 film "Battletruck" on a double-feature Collector’s Edition DVD.
Arkush grew up in Fort Lee, New Jersey. He got his start in the industry working in the trailer department for Roger Corman. He later went on to direct the Corman-produced films "Hollywood Boulevard", "
", and "Rock 'n' Roll High School". Arkush also contributes commentary to the web series "Trailers From Hell".
He has guest-starred or appeared in nearly 400 television productions, including "The Invaders", "Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea", "", "Combat", "", and "Hawaii Five-O", as well as feature films such as "Attack" (1956), "Trouble Man" (1972), "Scorpio" (1973), "Papillon" (1973) and "
" (1978). His performance in "Papillon" prompted the producers of "Demolition Man" to name that film's prison warden "William Smithers".
is a 1978 science fiction B-movie produced by Roger Corman, directed by Allan Arkush and Nicholas Niciphor. The film stars David Carradine and Playboy Playmate Claudia Jennings. It would also be one of Jennings' final movies before her death.
As it was thought the film's original release title would be confused with "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure", the name was changed to "Andy and the Airwave Rangers" for 1989 video release. The film is referred to as a full-length "cheater" in that it takes advantage of film highlights gleaned from previous Roger Corman films "Space Raiders", "Wizards of the Lost Kingdom", "
", "Chopping Mall", and "Wheels of Fire".
McLean was born as Eugene Joseph Huth in Akron, Ohio. In addition to his commercial work for Marlboro cigarettes, McLean starred as the title character in the short-lived NBC western television series, "Tate", which aired only in the summer of 1960. He also appeared in numerous television programs and feature films of the 1960s and 1970s, including a leading role in the 1961 movie "X-15", the directorial debut of Richard Donner, and films such as "The Strangler" (1964), "Nevada Smith" (1966), "" (1977), "Kingdom of the Spiders" (1977) and "
Andy Stein is an American saxophone and violin player best known for his appearances with the country rock band Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen. Stein attended the University of Michigan as a contemporary of George Frayne. He is also known for The Guys All-Star Shoe Band on the radio show "A Prairie Home Companion" and the movie. He has also written a number of film scores, including the soundtracks for "Hollywood Boulevard" (1976), "Thunder and Lightning" (1977), "
" (1978) and "National Lampoon's Movie Madness" (1983). He plays the violin in the Ken Burns documentary "The War" (2007).
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