Joysticks is a 1983 American comedy film directed by Greydon Clark.


Jefferson Bailey (Scott McGinnis) runs the most popular video arcade in town, much to the chagrin of local businessman Joseph Rutter (Joe Don Baker). With his two bumbling nephews, Rutter aims to frame Bailey and have his business shut down. Bailey, however, is wise to Rutter's plan and teams with best friends Eugene Groebe (Leif Green) and McDorfus (Jim Greenleaf) to stop this scheme, which also involves a video game duel with punker King Vidiot (Jon Gries).


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    contentLocation California
    director Greydon Clark
    editor Larry Bock
    genre comedy
    keywords best friend bumble jon gries video arcade video game
    producer Greydon Clark
    productionCompany Jensen Farley Pictures
    publisher Citadel Films
    theme independent