Susan Anspach stars in this comedy as a news reporter who investigates a story about stolen milk causing milk and gas prices to rise. During the course of her investigation, other people ...
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Susan Anspach stars in this comedy as a news reporter who investigates a story about stolen milk causing milk and gas prices to rise. During the course of her investigation, other people become involved, culminating in a multiple car chase.Written by
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The smooth segue between scenes in which the action in the ending scene is completed in the next beginning scene was used once before for a different reason in the TWILIGHT ZONE episode "Deaths Head Revisited." See more »
[Trying to figure out how to drive a stick-shift car]
P, R, N, D, L... Yes, L for Leave!
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Notable only as the screen debut for hyper-comic Howie Mandel, "Gas" is so unforgettable that not one moment of the movie stuck in my mind except for the scene where Sterling Hayden berates his two incompetent nephews and blows them away with his six-shooters that are then revealed to have been loaded with blanks. And that was the closest to a funny joke in "Gas." Donald Sutherland appears as a traffic reporter in what looks like a tacked-on (and pointless) cameo to add a "name" to the cast.
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