- Directed by William A. Graham
- Starring Brenda Sykes, John Neilson, Maia Danziger, Lincoln Kilpatrick
- Written by Will Chaney, Gunard Solberg
Honky (1971) -- Honky is about the inter-racial relationship between two high school kids, sliding off the rails in Middle America. Sheila (Brenda Sykes) is seventeen, black and some would say a wild card. Her carefree attitude is, in part, defiance against her wealthy middle-class background. At a high school football rally, she meets a white boy, Wayne (John Neilson) and the two hit it off. Wayne's mother is played by Marion Ross from TV's Happy Days- perhaps a spur for Sheila's attraction towards Wayne.
After a few sequences highlighting long lost daisy-age dialogue, Sheila asks for Wayne's help in dealing grass. After doing a drug run, the two get high and smash their wheels into another car. On this, the two pack their bags and flee west to California. On their way they encounter a doubtful group of rednecks, with a brutal plan in mind for the couple.
Honky DVD is offered as a compact edition. This transfer is manufactured on demand and is presented on premium DVD-R with thermal disc print in a clear plastic wallet. Important: This title has been manufactured from the best-quality video master (rated 8/10) currently available and has not been remastered or restored.