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Angels Die Hard (1970)

The Angels outlaw motorcycle gang ride into the small town of Whiskey Flats and find themselves in a drunken brawl at the Arcade Club (the local hick watering hole). When the sheriff arrests one of the bikers, the gang agrees to leave town in return for his release in a couple of days.

The sheriff releases his prisoner but the biker is subsequently killed by a redneck while attempting to make it back to his gang. The Angels are furious and want to get even.

With their fallen brother in a pine box, they return to town and proceed to wreck a pool joint and rape a busty waitress (off-camera) while they smear spaghetti all over her. But they’re not all bad. They also rescue a little boy who is trapped in a mine cave-in (!)

The script is bad, the plot is almost non-existent and the acting is dire. The soundtrack is good though, including Dewey Martin of Buffalo Springfield with Indian Child, psychedelic rock band, Fever Tree who play Death Is A Stranger and several songs from East-West Pipeline, an obscure group from Colorado.

Blair
Tom Baker
Tim
William Smith
Sheriff
Carl Steppling
Martin
Frank Leo
Farragut the Undertaker
Alan DeWitt
Piston
Gary Littlejohn
Shank
Beach Dickerson
Naomi
Rita Murray
Houston
William Bonner
Dirty
Mikel Angel
Mel
R.G. Armstrong
Nancy
Connie Nelson
Tommy
Leslie Otis
Patsy
Dianne Travis
Monk
Michael Donovan O’Donnell

Director
Richard Compton

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