Aloha, Bobby and Rose

Synopsis

Falsely accused of several crimes, a young couple on their first date hits the road in a '68 Camaro in this tale of doomed love.

EJO's Role

Mr. Olmos is credited as "Chicano #1" in this film. He is in the pool hall scene at the very beginning of the movie.

The Numbers

Aloha, Bobby and Rose was released on April 29, 1975 and has a runtime of 88 minutes.

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My Take

Aloha, Bobby and Rose is something of a underground/cult classic – you either love it or you don't get it. It definitely showcases America's love of sports cars and rock'n'roll, and the fascination with star-crossed lovers – albeit I found this pair somewhat dimwitted.

Mr. Olmos is in only one scene in the film and he doesn't have much chance to shine in the confrontation in the pool hall, but you can't miss him!

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