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Laura Devon in a very poor musical scene from Red Line 7000 (1965).  Nevertheless, the three racing scenes are still exciting.

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James Caan and Marianna Hill in Red Line 7000 (1965).

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Marianna Hill gets behind the wheel with James Caan in the passenger seat in Red Line 7000 (1965), but there are no female race car drivers in the film.

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Marianna Hill and John Robert Crawford are lacking in acting ability in an original publicity still for Red Line 7000 (1965).

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Gail Hire made a poor impression in Red Line 7000 (1965), her big break with Howard Hawks.  Her only other acting credit was as Miss Bacon in two episodes of Batman (1966)

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Marianna Hill mopes on uncomfortable 60s furniture in Red Line 7000 (1965).  She made no impression in her big break with Howard Hawks.

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Red Line 7000 (1965) gets a Blu-ray release, so it can once again be seen in its original widescreen format.  It was never released on videocassette.

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John Robert Crawford made no impression in Red Line 7000 (1965), his big break with Howard Hawks.  It was his only film appearance.

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Laura Devon and John Robert Crawford in an original publicity still for Red Line 7000 (1965).  Of Howard Hawks’ three female discoveries in the film, Laura came off the best, with good looks and sex appeal.  She had 26 acting credits from 1960 to 1967, five in films, with the rest on tv.

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Howard Hawks directing Charlene Holt in a publicity still for Red Line 7000 (1965), the second of three films she made with Hawks, after Mans Favorite Sport (as Rock Hudon’s girlfriend), and before El Dorado.  Despite all the work with Hawks, her career didn’t amount to much otherwise.

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Howard Hawks with James Caan on the set of Red Line 7000 (1965).   James was much better served as Mississippi in Hawks’ next movie, the western classic El Dorado.

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Howard Hawks with Gail Hire on the set of Red Line 7000 (1965).  Hawks was not pleased with Gail’s diva behavior on set.  Once she was cast by Hawks, she believed she was already a superstar.

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James Caan straps on his crash helmet in a publicity photo for Red Line 7000 (1965) with Norman Alden part of his pit crew.  Norman was in Hawks’ previous film, Man’s Favorite Sport as the guard at Lake Wackapoogie.

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John Robert Crawford and Laura Devon are two of the fresh faces in Red Line 7000 (1965).  Howard Hawks’ knack for undiscovered talent largely failed him while casting Red Line, although James Caan went on to a major Hollywood career, and a second, superior Hawks film, El Dorado.

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Laura Devon as Julie in a publicity still for Red Line 7000 (1965).  Laura had 26 acting credits in her career, from a 1960 tv episode, to 1967.   Only five of her acting credits were in feature films, the rest on tv.