Roger Camras


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Macon County Line (1974) -- (Movie Clip) You Must Think I'm Some Kind Of Hick Introduction of producer and writer Max Baer Jr. as Southern lawman Reed Morgan, hustling maybe too much gun for his kid from grouchy Gurney (Emile Meyer), then we rejoin Chris and Wayne (Alan and Jesse Vint) and hitcher Jenny (Cheryl Waters), and meet Hamp (Geoffrey Lewis) haggling with Augie (Doodles Weaver), early in Macon County Line, 1974.
Macon County Line (1974) -- (Movie Clip) What Do You Two Got In Mind? After incoherent and semi-criminal opening hijinks by rambling brothers Chris and Wayne (actual brothers Alan and Jesse Vint), we meet maybe-bridesmaid Jenny (Cheryl Waters) who chooses their offer over another, followed by some exposition, in the independent box-office smash Macon County Line, 1974, produced by and co-starring Max Baer Jr.
Macon County Line (1974) -- (Movie Clip) You're Considered Vagrants Still at the garage, in an un-specified deep-South state,1954, Hamp (Geoffrey Lewis) working on the bare minimum repair for brothers Chris and Wayne (Alan and Jesse Vint, with their new friend Cheryl Waters) chats with sheriff Morgan (writer and producer Max Baer Jr.), who gently hassles the travelers, in the low-budget hit Macon County Line, 1974.
Ode To Billy Joe (1976) -- (Movie Clip) It Was A Good Book Early scenes with the Hartley family, in 1950’s Tallahatchie County, Mississippi, Glynnis O’Connor as Bobbie, with a book, her mother (Joan Hotchkis) and her father (Sandy McPeak), from director Max Baer’s box office hit based on Bobbie Gentry’s song, Ode To Billy Joe, 1976, also starring Robby Benson.
Ode To Billy Joe (1976) -- (Movie Clip) Your Dad's In Trouble With her dad (Sandy McPeak) left stuck on the bridge after an encounter with out of state hoodlums, Bobbie (Glynnis O’Connor) fetches brother James (Terence Goodman) with Billy Joe (Robby Benson) and Tom (Eddie Talr) from the sawmill for help, early in Ode To Billy Joe, 1976.

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