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The Devil at Your Heels is a 1981 documentary that chronicles the attempt of stuntman and daredevil Ken Carter to jump a rocket-powered car over the St. Lawrence River—a distance of one mile, which would handily smash all existing records for jumping cars. The documentary opens with some quick framing of the task, including footage of the ramp and the car to be used for the jump, and then chronicles how Ken Carter got his start as a daredevil, including footage of some early jumps. It then follows the ups and downs he experiences in his five-year journey to jump the river. He has a series of financial and technical obstacles. Technical problems include difficulties with the car (the fuel tank keeps blowing up) and the ramp he's planning to jump off (it's bumpy and not necessarily structurally sound). The financial problems are simpler; he keeps running out of money, and his backers are unhappy. In the fifth year, everything is set, but two attempts are called off—one because of a...
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