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WILD RIDERS 1971

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WILD RIDERS 1971
U.S. film. Excellent quality. 16:9 widescreen. Wow! This is one nasty, vulgar biker film—right up there (down there?) with Satan's Sadists in terms of biker brutality, sleaze and nastiness. Imagine bikers so vile that their own biker club kicks them out for going too far! Welcome to Wild Riders.

The film opens with a screaming hippie chick being nailed (!) to a tree and raped by two disgusting bikers (Pete and Stick) while the rest of the gang (and their women) look on laughing and cheering. But after the gang reflects on the scene they decide that it was too much and the two bikers are kicked out. They leave swampy Florida and head out west to the Hollywood Hills of California.

Pete is the smarter of the two (which isn't saying much), while Stick is the filthy dimwit who protects Pete. Out of money and desperate, the two slime balls take over a posh, remote hillside home where two hot sisters are staying.

The deadly, disgusting duo holds the women hostage. A variety of physical and psychological tortures are inflicted upon the victims and the tormentors, as mind games take over until the inevitable, bloody conclusion. If you like music, particularly the cello, you'll really go for the ending!

Arell Blanton and Alex Rocco play Pete and Stick. You'll remember Alex Rocco as Moe Green from the film, The Godfather. But he also played one of Mary's dates on the Mary Tyler Moore TV show. Mary would be completely repulsed by Stick! If I remember correctly, Alex repulsed Mary anyway, and he played a businessman in a suit!

Hear the folkie ballad, "He's My Family" written and sung by Arell Blanton. Alex Rocco, Arell Blanton, Elizabeth Knowles, Sherry Bain, Jax Jason Carroll, Steve Vincent, Bill Collins, Gail Liddle, Ted Hayden, Dirty Denny. Wild Riders!

Plus this bonus selection...

MOTORCYCLE SAFETY 1973
U.S. Educational film. The motorcycle by itself is neither safe nor dangerous. Yes, it's a blast to ride the open road, but the reality is you'll ride your motorcycle in heavy traffic and you need to have the skills to stay alive! Don't make every ride and ego trip! Lots of good information and tips. Cool wipeout scenes.


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