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Angel, a member of a tough motorcycle gang roaming the Southwest, gets on offer from a major news magazine. In exchange for giving the magazine a big scoop by exposing the inner workings of his gang, the magazine will pay him $10,000. Angel takes the offer, although it means he and his girlfriend must now go on the run from cyclists looking for revenge. Along the way, they hide out with a sheep farmer, earning their keep by taking care of the farm and building a new life together. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Biker film legend William Smith is outlaw biker Angel in this B-grade drive in film that has a pretty good beginning and ending, but the middle is death incarnate. Angel has to go on the lam from his former fellow gang members after they get mad at him for agreeing to tell the secrets of their group to a newspaper for a good sum of money (sizable for 1969 that is) He's where we get to the crappy middle part. Angel and his lady hide out with a farmer and help him with the farm work. And the film just seems content to spin it's wheels, just padding out the running time by showing mundane tedious farm & rodeo footage, it picks up again somewhat during the end with the eventual confrontation, but that's not enough to make this a good film. William deserved better.
My Grade: D+
Eye Candy: an extra as a topless dancer
DVD Extras: Movie Intro & Commentary by Joe Bob Briggs; 7 theatrical Trailers (including German & French); and trailers for "Hells Angels 69", "Hell High", "Warlock Moon", & "Hollywood Strangler meets the Skid Row Slasher"
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