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Henke 6 years ago
The Dirt Bike Kid is a 1985 film directed by Hoite Caston, produced by Julie Corman, starring Peter Billingsley and Stuart Pankin, about a boy who discovered a magic dirt bike that has a mind of its own. Peter Billingsley plays Jack Simmons, a lazy boy who lives with his widowed mother (Anne Bloom), who is struggling to support herself and her son since the death of her husband. In a plot taken from Jack and the Beanstalk, Mrs. Simmons orders Jack to buy groceries with her last $50 bill she has in her savings, but Jack is distracted by a dirt bike race and uses the $50 to buy a dirt bike from a local bully named Max. When Jack has the bike, he learns it is alive, or possibly occupied by a friendly spirit, and does things to help out Jack. Mrs. Simmons is furious that Jack spent her money on a dirt bike, and promptly confiscates the bike and sells it to Mr. Zak, a local shop owner, regaining her $50. However, the bike returns in the middle of the night to visit Jack. Jack tells this to...
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