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The best available homevideo format for this film is DVD.|
It is presented in a 1.33:1 Aspect Ratio.
Extra feature: Theatrical Trailers.
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|Dixie and Patsy|
Dixie and Patsy are a couple of good natured happy young girls who live with their dad (Tom) down south in Georgia. .
Their peaceful existence comes to a horrible end when the corrupt local police, under the guidance of a scheming local businessman, try to shut down Tom's moonshining activities. In a tragic course of events, Tom is unintentionally killed. The dishonest businessman then proceeds to take away their home, leaving them destitute.
|Patsy, Mack and Dixie|
The pressure finally gets to them, and the girls turn to a life of crime, getting revenge on their dad's killers in the process. Along the way the girls enlist the help of an old family friend and passionate motorbike rider, Mack (played by Warren Oates).
This is a b-grade film to be watched strictly for kicks, with no real redeeming values on offer apart from two pretty lead actresses and a funny motorbike race with some good stunts.
|Steve's scene in Dixie Dynamite|
Steve only appeared in this film as a favour to some friends, and to alleviate his 'between movies' boredom.
His contribution to Dixie Dynamite was as an uncredited stuntman, and he appears in a scene riding on a motor bike, but is unrecognisable because he has a helmet on.
A multimillionaire at this point in time, Steve recieved less than $200.00 for this performance.