Thunder Road: The making of a cult classic

Thunder Road: The making of a cult classic

Volume
22
/ Issue
41

Cover Design Credit:

Norn Cutson

Cover Photography Credit:

the courtesy of Park Circus
This month marks the 58th anniversary of the release of the film Thunder Road, much of which was shot in and around Asheville. Xpress looks at the making and legacy of this cult classic.

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