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The Savage Seven (1968)

 -  Drama  -  May 1968 (USA)
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Mad bikers storm through an Indian reservation just to have a good ol' time.

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Johnnie
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Marcia
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Stud
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Joint
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Kisum
Max Julien ...
Grey Wolf
Richard Anders ...
Bull
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Eddie
Charles Bail ...
Taggert (as Chuck Bail)
Mel Berger ...
Fillmore
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Seely
John 'Bud' Cardos ...
Running Buck (as John Cardos)
Susannah Darrow ...
Nancy
Beach Dickerson ...
Bruno
Eddy Donno ...
Fat Jack
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Biker gang leader Kisum (Adam Roarke) loves waitress Marcia Little Hawk (Joanna Frank). Her brother Johnnie Little Hawk (Robert Walker, Jr.), the leader of a group of American Indians disapproves. At various times these two groups are adversaries and allies. The two groups join forces but crooked businessmen scheme to have them at each other's throats again. The theme song "Anyone for Tennis" is by Cream. The Iron Butterfly are heard playing their classic "Iron Butterfly Theme." Producer Dick Clark and director Richard Rush made "Psych-Out" earlier in the year. Written by alfiehitchie

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Violent in anger. Savage in love . . . . Defiant in play!! [Australian daybill poster] See more »

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Selected by Quentin Tarantino for the First Quentin Tarantino Film Festival, which was held in Austin, Texas in 1997. See more »

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Featured in Dusk to Dawn Drive-In Trash-o-Rama Show Vol. 3 (1996) See more »

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The Ballad of the Savage Seven
Lyrics by Guy Hemric
Music by Val Johns (as Valjean Johns)
Performed by The American Revolution
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Brutal Barf
4 August 2001 | by (Valencia, Spain) – See all my reviews

The whole Biker Movie genre has to be made up of the worst films ever made. This one delivers a lot of fighting, generous amounts of blood, bikers fighting Indians, and a shanty town that gets blown up and torn down one shack at a time. The acting is beyond terrible. What ever happened to Robert Walker, Jr.? At one point he was in some major studio productions, and then he just faded away. This movie really blows, but if you have not seen a Biker movie in a long time, it is a good one to watch. At the end of the movie, you should feel a bit trashy for having watched it!


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