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The Girls from Thunder Strip (1970)

Not Rated | | Action, Drama | 11 February 1972 (West Germany)
A vicious gang of murderous bikers goes up against a trio of beautiful bootlegging sisters.

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Jody McCrea ...
Pike
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Red
Mick Mehas
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Conrad
Lindsay Crosby ...
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William Bonner ...
Animal
Megan Timothy ...
Jessie
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Teach
Melinda MacHarg ...
Lil (as Melinda McHarg)
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Sheriff
Eve Curtis
Dan Kemp ...
Luther
Bruce Kimball ...
Orville
Lisa Tinelli
Alex Elliot ...
Alex
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A vicious gang of murderous bikers goes up against a trio of beautiful bootlegging sisters.

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Dynamite action... Souped up cars, illegal whiskey, wild women and souped up thrills! See more »

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Action | Drama

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Brut der Gewalt  »

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The magazine that Luther reads is the September 1966 issue of Playboy. See more »

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Hewitt Lands Another One!
28 April 2005 | by (North Hollyweird) – See all my reviews

One of the lesser biker movies from the golden age. Fairly rough sledding. Big problems with tone here. One minute Casey Kasem is "blown up" by a stick of dynamite ala Wile E. Coyote, to cartoonish effect with tattered outfit and blackened face, the next minute the bikers (really just serial killers, nothing more) are just killing civilians at random with a gunshot to the middle of the forehead, hardcore. Focus, people!

I really doubt the supposed release date of this film: clearly this trash epic could have been neither made nor released in 1966. The fashions, hairstyles and attitudes are just wrong. 1969 might be more like it, but I could also imagine 1970 or 1968. The sideburns are too long, the bell-bottoms are too wide, the hair is too big and unsettled, and the hippies too smelly to be 1966. Having said that, enjoy one of the more mindlessly violent motorcycle dramas out there.

Casey Kasem has a couple of scenes in the film, sporting sharp suits and big sideburns. Old Casey got a lot of acting work in the late 60's and early 70's. Be sure to check him out in THE INCREDIBLE TWO HEADED TRANSPLANT. And check out some of David L. Hewitt's other epics, including the bizarrely indescribable MIGHTY GORGA, available on DVD.

Also enjoy Bruce Kimball aka Kemp, in one of his earlier outings as Deputy Orville. A dependable presence on the drive-in film circuit during this time frame, he usually appeared as doltish deputies or sheriffs. He also appears in such other Hewitt films as THE MIGHTY GORGA, and several Al Adamson shlock fests like Dracula VS. FRANKENSTEIN, as well as Lee Frost's LOVE CAMP 7 and CHAIN GANG WOMEN, and one of my favorite mistakes, THE TORMENTORS.


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