Outlaw Blues (1977)

PG 07/15/1977 (US) Drama 1h 40m

His song is a runaway hit while he's a hit runaway.

Overview

An aspiring musician is released from prison to find that a song he had written while locked up has been stolen and made into a hit record by a country music superstar. When his confrontation with the star takes a violent turn the ex-con has to go back on the run, but he finds an unexpected ally in a shrewd background singer with a plan to turn the tables in his favor.

  1. Richard T. Heffron

    Director

  2. Bill L. Norton

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Peter Fonda

    Peter Fonda

    Bobby Ogden

  2. Susan Saint James

    Susan Saint James

    Tina Waters

  3. John Crawford

    John Crawford

    Buzz Cavenaugh

  4. James T. Callahan

    James T. Callahan

    Garland Dupree

  5. Michael Lerner

    Michael Lerner

    Hatch

  6. Steven Fromholz

    Steven Fromholz

    Elroy

  7. Richard Lockmiller

    Associate Warden

  8. Matt Clark

    Matt Clark

    Billy Bob

  9. Jan Rita Cobler

    Cathy Moss

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Full Cast & Crew

Outlaw Blues
Outlaw Blues

Status Released

Original Language English

Budget $1,900,000.00

Revenue -

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