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The Wild Rebels
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September 1967 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
THEY LIVE FOR KICKS...LOVE FOR KICKS...KILL FOR KICKS! See more »
Plot:
A stock car driver goes undercover as the wheel man for a motorcycle gang. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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So clichéd See more (25 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Steve Alaimo ... Rod Tillman
Willie Pastrano ... Banjo
John Vella ... Jeeter
Bobbie Byers ... Linda
Jeff Gillen ... Fats
Walter R. Philbin ... Lt. Dorn
Robert Freund ... Detective
Seymour A. Eisenfeld ... Walt Simpson
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nora Alonzo ... Nori
Art Barker ... Gunshop owner
The Birdwatchers ... Band in the bar (as The Birdwatchers Band)
Nick Bontempo ... Policeman
Gary Brady ... Third college boy
Aaron Deaton ... Policeman
Emil Deaton ... Second Sheriff
Dennis French ... Policeman
Tom Frysinger ... First Sheriff
Steve Gellar ... Second college boy
Jamie Hickson ... Policeman
Dutch Holland ... Driver
William P. Kelley ... Bank teller
Cosmo Lloyd ... Bank guard
Phil Longo ... First man
Chris Martell ... College Boy
Kurt Nagler ... First college boy
Milton Smith ... Bartender
Bob Sparks ... Policeman
Edward Wanisko ... Policeman
Bobby Brack ... Driver in Group Walking Behind Rod Tillman (uncredited)
Craig Caraglios ... Birdwatcher band member (uncredited)
Dave Chiodo Jr. ... Birdwatcher band member (uncredited)
Sammy Hall ... Birdwatcher's Band Lead Singer (uncredited)
Rocky Hart ... Birdwatchers band member (uncredited)
Ish Ledesma ... Birdwatchers band member (uncredited)
Keith MacKendrick ... Birdwatchers band member (uncredited)
Eddie Martinez ... Birdwatchers band member (uncredited)
Joey Murcia ... Birdwatchers band member (uncredited)
Joey Murcia ... Birdwatchers band member (uncredited)
Jerry Schills ... Birdwatcher band member (uncredited)

Directed by
William Grefe 
 
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William Grefe 

Produced by
Joseph Fink .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Al Jacobs 
 
Cinematography by
Clifford H. Poland Jr. 
Harry Walsh 
 
Film Editing by
Julio C. Chávez 
Robert Woodburn 
 
Makeup Department
Marie Del Russo .... makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Daniel Karoff .... second assistant director
Ronald N. Walsh .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Charles Guanci .... property master
Patrick Nielsen .... set designer
 
Sound Department
John Barry .... sound
Bernie Blynder .... sound
Nat Ragland .... boom operator
 
Stunts
Bobby Brack .... stunt driver (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jack Clark .... key grip
Tony Gulliver .... still photographer
Bill Swan .... lighting
Harry Walsh Jr. .... camera assistant
William Walsh .... camera operator (as William J. Walsh)
 
Editorial Department
Ronald N. Walsh .... assistant editor
 
Other crew
Chelo Garcia .... titles
Betty Kerwin .... script supervisor
Charles W. Persons .... assistant producer
Nohemy Someillan .... titles (as Nohemi Someillan)
 

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90 min
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Trivia:
Jeff Gillan who played the non speaking role of Fats, also played the infamous Santa Claus that kicks Ralphie down the ramp, in A Christmas Story.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: When Banjo shoots the cops during the bank robbery, he manages to hit both despite the fact that his shotgun is aimed away from them at a 45 degree angle.See more »
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Banjo:Man, you're messin' with private stock...See more »
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Soundtrack:
Can I Do It?See more »

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So clichéd, 23 July 2016
Author: Eric Stevenson from United States

Very little in this film makes any sense at all. It is pretty easy to laugh at, especially with how some of the characters are just goofy in appearance, especially Banjo. Wait, was he the guy with the sunglasses? It was hard to tell them apart. I admit to knowing little about illegal activities like this, but I assume it would be easier just to identify the bikers right away and arrest them. It turns out the female biker falls in love with the mole. Yep, pretty predictable.

Another really weird thing was how they robbed a gun store. Yeah, they just took a gun and robbed it. Wouldn't the owner use his own guns? Most people would want more action in this. There is more action in the end, but it's pretty stupid. Even that seems to go on too long. I couldn't understand how the bikers were called "Satan's Angels". Was "Hell's Angels" under copyright? Was it meant to be ironic? Either way, it's pretty stupid. It goes on too long with relatively little happening. *1/2

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