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HELL'S BLOODY DEVILS 1970

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HELL'S BLOODY DEVILS 1970
U.S. film. Bikers, Mafia, Nazis, the FBI and Vampires! The bulk of this film was shot in 1967. In 1969 biker footage was added in order to get it distributed. A FBI agent poses as a member of the mafia and gets involved with a counterfeit money operation. In the end he comes to blows with a surviving member of Hitler's inner circle and "gets involved" with the high ranking Nazi's daughter.

Sadistic swastika-clad bikers receive cash from the Nazi party for various deeds done dirt-cheap. And for good measure there's also a vampire thrown into the mix! The cast and crew were fed free Kentucky Fried Chicken during shooting which sort of explains the scene filmed in a KFC restaurant with Colonel Sanders and a bucket of fried chicken prominently featured.

Groovy spy-like soundtrack. Songs include: "The Fakers, "When Did The Sun Come Out." Broderick Crawford, Scott Brady, John Carradine, Kent Taylor, Keith Andes, John Gabriel, Jack Starrett, Gary Kent, Playboy Playmate Anne Randall , Alyce and Rhae Andrece (the twins from the "I, Mudd" episode of "Star Trek").

Plus this bonus selection...

ROOM 222 1970
U.S. TV show. "Good-Bye Mr. Hip." A groovy new teacher arrives at Walt Whitman high school. He's hip and with-it—can you dig it? At a student dance that features a live rock group, Mr. Hip suggests to a student that's he down with smoking weed. Soon a joint is found on his desk and he's accused of bringing drugs to school. Busted!


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