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Hell's Angels '69 (1969)

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Two brothers have a plan on how to rob the Ceasar's Palace in Las Vegas. They join a motorcycle gang and while the others are drinking and partying outside of town, they change their ... See full summary »

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Chuck
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Wes
Conny Van Dyke ...
Betsy
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Apache
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Sonny
Terry the Tramp ...
Terry
Clifford Workman ...
Skip (as Skip)
Tiny Walters ...
Tiny (as Tiny)
Charles Tinsley ...
Charlie Magoo (as Magoo)
The Oakland Hells Angels ...
Themselves (as The Oakland Hell's Angels)
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Bobby Hall
Bob Harris
Raymond Renard ...
(as Ray Renard)
Ric Henry
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Two brothers have a plan on how to rob the Ceasar's Palace in Las Vegas. They join a motorcycle gang and while the others are drinking and partying outside of town, they change their clothes and head off to rob the casino. Of course, the police do not look for two well dressed criminals among the Hell's Angels. Written by Mattias Thuresson

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Let the fuzz take you ALIVE... the Angels aren't that particular! See more »

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15 July 1970 (Sweden)  »

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Alarm I Las Vegas  »

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In the casino a crewmember's hand can clearly be seen throwing the coins into the bottom of the machine. See more »

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Referenced in The Cinema Snob: Ghost Fever (2016) See more »

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Hang on Tight
Vocals by Tony Bruno
Music by Tony Bruno
Lyrics by Frank Avianca
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The Hell's Angels Are a Force of Nature

This movie is about two dudes that most likely hung out with real Hell's Angels after they became popular and sold-out in the late 60's and came up with a "perfect heist" type movie using the Angels as props for their caper.

Unfortunately for their characters, the Hell's Angels are a force of nature, similar to fire, and you can't play with them without eventually getting burned.

And unfortunately for you, I really can't tell much more about the movie without giving everything away. I'm not sure if the plot and character development was intended to develop over the course of the movie, or if they just made it up as they went along; but that was the main thing that made it interesting, so I'm not really able to tell you anything more without ruining it.

Oh, but the best part about the movie: they used real Hell's Angels to play the Hell's Angels. They even use their real names. And if you think that the REAL Oakland Angel's were going to be in a movie in which they end up the suckers, you've got another think coming. As I said, the Hell's Angels are a force of nature and are not to be trifled with. Just give them their due, and pray they let you walk away.


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