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Biker Triple Feature

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Three biker films starring Jack Nicholson, Bruce Dern and Diane Ladd.

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The Wild Ride
Directed by Harvey Berman
Stars Jack Nicholson
1960 / B&W / 61 min. / Not Rated
Restored with a long lost
crucial scene reinserted

A rebellious punk of the beat generation spends his days as an amateur dirt track driver in between partying and troublemaking. He eventually kidnaps his buddy’s girlfriend, kills a few police officers and finally sees his own life end in tragedy.

The Rebel Rousers
Filmed in 1967 / Released in 1970 /
Color / 77 min. / R-rated
Directed by Martin B. Cohen
Cinematographer: Laslo Kovac
Stars Jack Nicholson, Bruce Dern, Diane Ladd, Harry Dean Stanton and Cameron Mitchell

In a small, U.S. costal town, a motorcycle gang arrives on holiday. Paul, in town to see his girlfriend, and a leader of the cyclists, J.J., knew each other years before, so when the gang comes upon the couple and, led by the menacing Bunny, beats up Paul and begins a sexual assault of Karen, J.J. tries to intervene: he suggests they hold cycle-riding contests, with the winner claiming Karen. A screeching rock score.

Biker Babylon
(aka It’s A Revolution Mother)
Directed by Harry Kerwin
Filmed in the late ‘60s
Color / 78 min. / Not Rated
Includes vintage footage
of the Sunset Blvd. riots

This staggering and controversial ‘Mondo Cane-style” film, shot in a documentary style, makes its official DVD debut here. You’ll see bikers rumbling, doing drugs, clashing with hippies and cops, and so on.