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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: At one point late in the film the trio stop to put up the hood of their stolen convertible. However the hood gets stuck and they struggle with it for almost a minute before giving up. Given the quality of the film it is entirely possible they didn't know it would get stuck but didn't bother to reshoot and put the scene in anyway.
* CompleteMonster: Griffin, the protagonist of the film as played by Creator/ColemanFrancis, is an escaped convict who only shows himself to be a sociopathic {{Jerkass}} and hypocrite throughout the movie. A greedy FatBastard whose only stated desire is to become rich, he casually abuses everyone around him, [[ChronicVillainy never passing up an opportunity to do bad]]. He claims that he wants to go legit, then five seconds later he whips his friend with a belt and steals said friend's most valued possession. He regularly beats up (and occasionally strangles) his friends, murders strangers, and [[MoralEventHorizon rapes a blind woman after throwing her father down a well]].
* DesignatedHero: Griffin was probably supposed to be an UnscrupulousHero but, possibly due to bad writing, he comes off as just a straight up villain.
* EarWorm: As cheesy and terrible as it is, "Night train to Mundo Fiiiine..." The fact that it's sung by Creator/JohnCarradine probably does nothing to hurt its catchiness.
* EnsembleDarkhorse: "He's Cherokee Jack!"
* FanNickname: Justine
* MoralEventHorizon: Griffin crosses this when he rapes a blind girl and murders her father.
* {{Narm}}: "Griffin ran all the way to hell...[[spoiler:with a penny and a broken cigarette."]]
* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: As has been mentioned, Griffin was supposedly meant to be seen as a mostly decent person who was down on his luck and held back by a HairTriggerTemper, and what happens to him at the end of the movie was supposed to be [[TragicHero tragic and thought-provoking]]. Unfortunately, all sympathy for him is lost by the time he rapes a blind girl and murders her father, making the ending seem more like justice being done than anything else.
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