Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||J. S. Cardone|
|Produced by||Bill Ewing|
|Written by||J. S. Cardone|
|Starring|| Roger Wilson |
|Music by||Robert Folk|
|Edited by||Daniel Wetherbee|
|Distributed by||The Cannon Group, Inc.|
Thunder Alley is a 1985 American drama film written and directed by J. S. Cardone and starring Leif Garrett, Roger Wilson, Jill Schoelen, Scott McGinnis, Cindy Eilbacher and Clancy Brown. The film was released on August 1, 1985, by The Cannon Group, Inc.
An Arizona youth, wanting to be a famous rock star, finds himself wrapped up in the world of pop-music.
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