Road House (1989) (part 10 of 15)

Fade to black, and another bluesy rock tune takes us to yet another night at the Double Deuce. And this is about where I start to feel like Sisyphus, continually pushing this bluesy rock up the hill, almost to the top, only to have the rock come tumbling down again to another night at the Double Deuce, kicked off once again by the Jeff Healey band.

But wait! Things have started to change! I’m actually not trapped in a worst-case Groundhog Day scenario, after all. You see, the signage outside has improved from “rusty shingle” to “high class neon”, with “Double” in a ’50s diner font, while “Deuce” looks like the logo of Card Sharks.

Caption contributed by Albert

Double Deuce: The Ride quickly became the most popular attraction at Universal Studios.

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Multi-Part Article: Road House (1989)

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