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Angels From Hell (1968)

After serving a tour in Vietnam, Mike (Tom Stern) returns to his California hometown to discover that his old motorcycle gang – the Bakersfield Madcaps – has been run out of town by the local law enforcement and that a new person named George (Jay York) has taken over as the leader.

Mike and George fight during which Mike breaks George’s legs and regains control of his gang – and gets the girl, Ginger (Arlene Martel). Other members of the gang include the easygoing Smiley (Ted Markland);  jolly, yet crazy and dangerous Nutty Norman (Paul Bertoya); amiable runt Tiny Tim (Jimmy Murphy), and scruffy Speed (Steve Oliver).

Mike has a grand plan to unite motorcycle gangs across the country with himself as the overall leader, but problems with the police ultimately lead to an all-out war between the bikers and the cops.

Mike
Tom Stern
Smiley
Ted Markland
Sheriff Bingham
Jack Starrett
Ginger
Arlene Martel
Nutty Norman
Paul Bertoya
Tiny Tim
Jimmy Murphy
Baney
Bob Harris
Angry Annie
Luana Talltree
Saundra Gayle
Suzy Walters
Police Officer
Rod Wilmoth
Speed
Steve Oliver
Dennis
Pepper Martin
George
Jay York
Buff
Susanne Sidney (as Ginger Snapp)
Reynolds
Lee Stanley
Dude
Steven Rogers
Jennifer
Susan Holloway
Louise
Judith Garwood

Director
Bruce Kessler