Detour (rare VHS-exclusive film; 1992)


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Detour
Poster for the movie.
Poster for the movie.
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Detour is a 1992 movie directed by Wade Williams. It is a remake of the 1945 film noir of the same name.

Plot

The movie is about a hitchhiker named Al Roberts (played by Tom Neil, Jr., son of actor Tom Neil, who played Al in the original), who, while hitchhiking from New York to California, becomes involved in a crime scheme with a dangerous woman named Vera (played by Lea Lavish)[1]

Availability

The movie had a very limited release on VHS, and was never released in any other format. Copies of the VHS are now extremely hard to find. One copy of the VHS is apparently available for rental at a video store called Scarecrow Video in Seattle, Washington, and requires a $150 rental deposit due to its rarity.[2]

Cast

The cast of the movie includes Tom Neal Jr., Lea Lavish, Susanna Foster, Erin McGrane, Duke Nowze, Brad Bittiker, Catherine Overfelt, Stuart Allen, and Patrick Waters.

References

  1. IMDB Page for Detour
  2. Scarecrow Video Listing for Detour

Comments


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Mrkoolnerd

6 months ago
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according to there site it's 200 bucks
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KingQuagsire

6 months ago
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Scarecrow Video Is Still Open But The VHS Tape Availibility Is Unkown
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Catlinconroy

6 months ago
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Damn... I'd love to get my hands on it
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Anonymous user #1

2 months ago
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if i was an employee there and they have it i would get it buying saying to the manager i would like to view the film i would then bring it home and rip if that doesn't t work i would try to smuggle it
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Anonymous user #2

1 months ago
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I actually have a copy but have no idea how to upload it. I was in it, which is why I have a copy.
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Anonymous user #3

1 months ago
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Pop into a VHS and record it with a PVR or capture card on to your PC. Upload to youtube or dailymotion.
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Anonymous user #4

1 months ago
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If you have a VHS/DVD combo player you might be able to copy record a dvd copy that way ?
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