|Director||Andrew J. Kuehn|
Charles Swenson (story)
|Cast||William Callaway William Bronder Jeannie Linero Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez Anthony Palmer Harvey Solin Sally Kirkland Bruce M. Fischer Mathew Anden Jack Perkins Ross Durfee Jorge Moreno Jamie Reidy Hank Worden Hoke Howell Thelma Pelish Mary Jo Catlett Ben Frommer Jason Williams Richard Collier|
|Plot||As a cruel joke, billionaire William Randolph Hughes planted a series of boxes around the Southwest, in the hopes that someone would find them. The first box told the discoverer that an enormous fortune was buried in a box somewhere, along with directions to the hiding place. When the box is uncovered, however, all it contains is instructions on how to find the next box, and so on. As luck would have it, the first box is discovered by several people at once, leading to a frantic chase from one hiding spot to the next in the hopes that one of them will finally hold the loot.... see Flush on IMDb|
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|In 1952, shortly before his death, eccentric millionaire William Randolph Hughes buries six boxes in different places around the country. These boxes contain the clues to a fortune in gold hidden by Hughes. Twenty years later, when a cesspool blows up at a gas station, the Honey Company sends their man, Harley to clean up the mess. While digging for the cesspool, Harvey comes across one of the boxes, in which he finds a bottle of Avocado Gin, a gold coin, and a note from Hughes containing a clue to where his fortune is buried. The gas station owner and Harley immediately are struck by visions of riches. Without a moment's thought and driven by greed, they embark on a wild hunt to track down their treasure. FLUSH is the wildest, wackiest, messiest chase film ever!|
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