Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man is a 1991 action film starring Mickey Rourke and Don Johnson. The film was written by Don Michael Paul and directed by Simon Wincer. Set in the then-future of 1996, Harley Davidson (Mickey Rourke) is in a motel in Texas when he hears about a dangerous new street drug named "Crystal Dream" on the radio. The significance of this street drug does not arise again until later in the film. Harley then meets a life long friend, a cowboy who is nicknamed The Marlboro Man (Don Johnson) and they later plan a bank robbery to help save their friend's bar from being foreclosed and replaced with a skyscraper. However, after they rob a bank's armored car, they discover the cargo they stole is the designer drug "Crystal Dream", not money. Chance Wilder (Tom Sizemore), who is a bank president involved in drug dealing, demands the return of the drugs. A series of increasingly deadly encounters ensue as heavily-armed assassins (who work for the bank) hunt for Harley and Marlboro. The movie includes a scene where Bon Jovi's "Wanted Dead or Alive" is played to an extended scene of Rourke travelling across the southwestern United States on his custom Harley Davidson with desert and industrial scenery. This movie, and/or products are not to be confused with Harley Davidson® MC, there is no relation and none implied.