Hot Rods to Hell (1967) Movie Details

Hot Rods to Hell
Hot Rods to Hell
John Brahm
Fred Karger
Four-Leaf Productions
1 hr 40 mins
Rating: 4.8/10 from 119 users

Hot Rods to Hell Movie Cast

Dana Andrews
as Tom Phillips
Jeanne Crain
as Peg Phillips
Mimsy Farmer
as Gloria
Laurie Mock
Laurie Mock as Tina Phillips
Harry Hickox
as Bill Phillips
Jeffrey Byron
as Jamie Phillips
Paul Bertoya
as Duke
Gene Kirkwood
as Ernie
Paul Genge
as Highway Patrolman
George Ives
as Dailey
Liz Renay
Liz Renay as Hazel (uncredited)

Hot Rods to Hell Crew List

Director :
Screenplay : Robert E. Kent
Story : Alex Gaby
Producer : Sam Katzman
Original Music Composer :
Director of Photography : Lloyd Ahern
Editor : Ben Lewis , Ben Lewis
Art Direction : George W. Davis , Merrill Pye
Set Decoration : F. Keogh Gleason , Henry Grace
Hairstylist : Sydney Guilaroff
Makeup Artist : William Tuttle

Hot Rods to Hell International Release Dates

Released Date
Released Date
United States

Hot Rods to Hell Film Songs

Hot Rods to Hell Songs are not available at this moment. You can add it using the "Add Missing Songs" button above

Other Popular Dana Andrews Movies

While on a business trip, Tom Phillips is in a car accident caused by a reckless driver. Tom survives the accident with a severe chronic back injury which results in him not being able to continue with his current business. The Phillips' buy a motel in the California desert and Tom with his wife Peg and their two children, Tina and Jamie make the long road trip to their new home. As they approach their destination they are terrorized by reckless teenage hot-rodders looking for kicks.

Hot Rods to Hell

Hot Rods to Hell is a 1967 English Film stars Dana Andrews , John Brahm , Robert E. Kent , Alex Gaby , Jeanne Crain , Mimsy Farmer , Laurie Mock , Harry Hickox , Jeffrey Byron , Paul Bertoya , Gene Kirkwood , Paul Genge , George Ives , Liz Renay , Sam Katzman , Fred Karger , Lloyd Ahern , Ben Lewis , Ben Lewis , George W. Davis , Merrill Pye , F. Keogh Gleason , Henry Grace , Sydney Guilaroff , William Tuttle , directed by John Brahm & music by Fred Karger.