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Rockin' Road Trip Details


In this youth comedy, Nicole ([[Performer~P16246~Margaret Currie~margaretcurrie]]) is a member of the Cherry Suicide rock band currently playing in Boston. She welcomes her sister Samantha ([[Performer~P30710~Katherine Harrison~katherineharrison]]) on a short vacation visit. Martin ([[Performer~P47825~Garth McLean~garthmclean]]) falls for Samantha after he meets her and one thing leads to another. Soon the whole lot of them are heading south on a lark. During this "road trip" they meet all sorts of characters, such as a tent full of religious revivalists, and they are chased by some inept jewel thieves. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi

  • Release date:May 23, 1986


Garth McLean
as Martin Biggs
Margaret Currie
as Nicole Miller
Katherine Harrison
as Samantha Miller
Steve Boles
as Wally Beckman
Martin Tucker
as Lenny Drake
Graham F. Smith
as Ivan the Angry Punk
Cedric Guthrie
as Clubowner
Denise Williams
as Terri
Robert Bloodworth
as Isaac M. Tunstall
Jack Chatham
as Mr. Eugene Miller
James Eric
as Bartender
Lars Lundgren
as Biker/Old Woman at Circus
Dennis Richards
as Gun Club Member
Betty White
as Maid in Motel
Mickey Henderson
Rebecca Koon
as Doris the Waitress
Mark Sams
as Medic
Simon Frederick
as North Carolina Cabbie
Mykle Mariette
as Leonard
Catherine Williams
as Claudia
Duke Ernsberger
as Wayne
Alpha Trivette
as Stage Manager
Patrick Miller
as Jewel Thief
Stewart Lippe
as Christian Juggler
Tim Bost
as Older Salesman in Motel Bar
Joe Alvarado
Mike Clark
as 1st Medic
Dick Langdon
as Fainting Driver
Leon Rippy
as Earl Reese
Mario Griego
as TV Director
Chuck King
as Moving Man
Terry Loughlin
as Music Store Manager
Mark Petro
Don Simandl
as Sign-Reading Pedestrian
Mark Burton
as Kid in Bar/Unicyclist-Juggler
Greg Plough
as Drunk at Circus
George Gray
as Tunstall's Partner
Sally Nussbaumer
as Mrs. Miller
Jeff Kluttz
as Guys in Pickup Truck
Mark Ferri


William Olsen
William Olsen
William Olsen
James Eric
Production Designer
Mykle Mariette
Special Effects
Lars Lundgren