|Directed by||Alan Myerson|
|Produced by||Tony Bill|
|Written by||David S. Ward|
|Edited by||Robert Grovener|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
|Box office||$1 million (US/ Canada rentals)|
It concerns the lives of a group of misfits trying to find a happier life against the norms of society. Sutherland plays an ex-con with a passion for demolition derbies. He has wrecked almost every possible car, but violates his parole when confronted by a 1950 Studebaker. This embarrasses his brother, a politically ambitious district attorney (Howard Hesseman, in an unlikely respectable role). Fonda plays a prostitute with an off-on relationship with Sutherland's character. The gang tries to get an old Consolidated PBY Catalina plane flying, and much humor ensues.
- Mel Stewart – Black Man in Jail
- Donald Sutherland – Jesse Veldini
- Howard Hesseman – Frank Veldini
- Morgan Upton – Police Capt. Bill
- Peter Boyle – Eagle Thornberry
- Jessica Myerson – Savage Rose
- Beans Morocco – Rocky (as Dan Barrows)
- John Savage – Kid
- Jane Fonda – Iris Caine
- Nancy Fish – Pool Hall Waitress
- Roger Bowen – Fire Commissioner Francis
- Garry Goodrow – Duval Jax
- Lynette Bernay – Bar Waitress
- Richard Schaal – Zoo Official Mel
- Edward Greenberg – Rookie Cop
- "Swing With It"
- "Brand New Family"
- "Woman's Love"
- "Make the Headlines"
- "Georgia Blues" (Maria Muldaur/Bloomfield/Gravenites)
- "My Bag (The Oysters)"
- "Common Ground"
- "Being Different"
- "I've Been Searching"
- "Do I Care" (Merl Saunders/Muldaur)
- "Lonesome Star Blues" (Maria Muldaur)
- "Here I Come (There She Goes)"
- "If You Cared"
- "Theme from Steelyard Blues (Drive Again)"
- "Big Rental Films of 1973", Variety, January 9, 1974 p 60
- October 13, 1979 listings for CHEK-TV, Victoria, British Columbia, in TV Guide, Eastern Washington State Edition, October 13–19, 1979.
- Listings for KSD-TV from Radio-Info: "Retro: St. Louis Tues, July 31, 1979", July 31, 2012.