While in Vietnam, a GI promises his dying buddy that he'll take care of his motorcycle, "Baby", when he gets back home. After his discharge, he meets up with his dead friend's girlfriend, gets the bike, and then runs into trouble from some other bikers who don't like the idea of his having the motorcycle or the girl. Written by
Some machines are more than most men can handle!
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The film has obvious product placement of Schlitz beer. Several characters hold Schlitz cans, a large Schlitz sign is seen in a bar, one of the characters orders a Schlitz beer in a bar. See more
Referenced in Hell Ride
Carry Me Home
Written by Harley Hatcher
Sung by Thelma Camacho See more