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NAM'S ANGELS (a.k.a. THE LOSERS) 1970

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NAM'S ANGELS (a.k.a. THE LOSERS) 1970
U.S. film. Nam's Angels tackles some heavy subjects along with all the usual biker movie essentials you've come to expect, or demand. Yes, you'll enjoy a bunch of dirty bikers drinking, drugging, whoring and fist fighting all and sundry, but there is also heavy criticism against U.S. foreign policy in Vietnam and racial prejudice in the U.S. Army.

A biker gang called, "The Devil's Advocates" is hired by the C.I.A. to go to Vietnam, into enemy territory, to rescue an important American diplomat (who is not very nice) from the Red Chinese army. The bikers modify their motorcycles by welding amour plating and submachine guns on the handlebars. Lots of violence, explosions and killing.

Songs: "The Losers," "Sweet Little Lady." Filmed in the Philippines, we get to see some topless Filipino women, which is nice. "The Devil's Advocates" biker gang also appeared in the biker film, Werewolves On Wheels. William Smith, Bernie Hamilton, Adam Roarke, Houston Savage, Eugene Cornelius, Paul Koslo, John Garwood, Ana Corita, Lillian Margarejo.

Plus this bonus selection...

CBS EVENING NEWS REPORT 1970
U.S. TV news report. Alpha Troop One Nine in the 100-degree jungles of South Vietnam come into "work" via helicopter searching for the elusive enemy. Shots are fired and a gun battle ensues. A U.S. soldier who has earned three purple hearts is shot in both legs and the frightened medic yells for cover as he runs to pull his buddy to safety.


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