End of the Line

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Two Southern railroad workers drive a train engine to Chicago to protest the closing of the station in Clifford, Arkansas. Will Haney (Wilford Brimley) and his friend Leo Pickett (Levon Helm) steal the engine and hope to confront the company president to prevent the shutdown. The duo gathers encouragement at every hamlet along the way as entire towns come out to lend support for the cause. The company tries to use the rural rubes to their promotional advantage, but Haney and Pickett take a stand and win an ...
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Two Southern railroad workers drive a train engine to Chicago to protest the closing of the station in Clifford, Arkansas. Will Haney (Wilford Brimley) and his friend Leo Pickett (Levon Helm) steal the engine and hope to confront the company president to prevent the shutdown. The duo gathers encouragement at every hamlet along the way as entire towns come out to lend support for the cause. The company tries to use the rural rubes to their promotional advantage, but Haney and Pickett take a stand and win an audience with aging company figurehead Thomas Clinton (Henderson Forsythe). Clinton takes a liking to the two activists and agrees to let himself be kidnapped back to Clifford. Mary Steenburgen, Kevin Bacon, and Barbara Barrie co-star in this routine but entertaining moral melodrama.
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Special Features

Interactive menus; Chapter selections; Digitally mastered
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/7/2003
  • UPC: 096009112394
  • Original Release: 1988
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  • Source: Platinum Disc
  • Sound: Dolby Digital
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:45:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Wilford Brimley Will Haney
Levon Helm Leo Pickett
Mary Steenburgen Rose Pickett
Barbara Barrie Jean Haney
Henderson Forsythe Thomas Clinton
Bob Balaban Warren Gerber
Kevin Bacon Everett
Michael Beach Alvin
Holly Hunter Charlotte Haney
Missy Platt Jeannie
Caroll Dee Bland Chester
Trey Wilson Sheriff Maxie Howell
Don Hood
Clint Howard Les Sullivan
Rita Jenrette Sharon
Lillian Grimes Lucy
Dan DeMott Travers
Bruce McGill Billy Haney
Howard Morris Hobo
Armando Garza Gonzalez
Velva Walthall Bartender
Clay Crosby Gas Station Attendant
Robert A. Ginnaven State Trooper
Trey Fancher Tommy
Steve Wilkerson State Trooper
Technical Credits
Jay Russell Director, Screenwriter
Lewis M. Allen Co-producer
Gary Alper Sound/Sound Designer
Edwin Eugene Bagley Songwriter
Linda Castillo Makeup
David Cunningham Score Composer
Mercedes Danevic Editor
Jolyon Christopher Dantzig Songwriter
Vaughan Edwards Art Director
Pierre-Wiliam Glenn Screenwriter
Paul Kelly Set Decoration/Design
Paul Kennerly Songwriter
Bill Kerby Screenwriter
Pat McCorkle Casting
Paul Newman Producer
Peter Newman Co-producer
Frank Quinn Songwriter
Van Broughton Ramsey Costumes/Costume Designer
David Smilow Screenwriter
Neil Spisak Production Designer
Mary Steenburgen Executive Producer
Walker Stuart Co-producer
Andy Summers Score Composer
George Tirl Cinematographer
John Tiven Songwriter
Sally Tiven Songwriter
Allen Toussaint Songwriter
Mitch Weissman Songwriter
John Wilf Songwriter
John Wohlbruck Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Railway Men [7:04]
2. The Young Guns [5:00]
3. A Family Affair [8:32]
4. Locked Out [7:27]
5. Taking Action [9:11]
6. Track Tales [7:28]
7. Morning Hostilities [8:03]
8. Middle of Nowhere [9:53]
9. Big City Bound [10:42]
10. New Image [9:31]
11. Old Timers [14:15]
12. Down Home Values [6:03]
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