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Writer:
Margaret McPherson (screenplay)
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Release Date:
12 May 1972 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
Catch the Pink Angels ... if you can!
Plot:
Plenty of heads turn when a group of transvestite bikers wheel their way to Los Angeles. | Full synopsis »
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Cast

 
John Alderman ... Michael
Tom Basham ... David
Robert Biheller ... Henry
Jackson Bostwick ... Hitchhiker
Karen Bouchard

Dan Haggerty ... Biker
Joe Hansen ... Biker
Bruce Kimball ... Arnold
George T. Marshall ... The General (as G.J. Marshall)
Henry Olek ... Eddie

Michael Pataki ... Biker
Steve Pue ... Biker
Melanie Sintangelo ... Hotel waitress

Maurice Warfield ... Ronnie
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Directed by
Larry G. Brown  (as Lawrence Brown)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Margaret McPherson  screenplay

Produced by
Edward Atkinson .... producer
Grant Hoag .... associate producer
Mas Kamatani .... producer (as Moss Kamatani)
Patrick J. Murphy .... executive producer (as Patrick Murphy)
Gary Radzat .... executive producer
 
Cinematography by
Michael Neyman 
 
Film Editing by
Grant Hoag 
John Williams 
 
Art Direction by
Michael Minor 
 
Makeup Department
Antony Demarco .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Grant Hoag .... post-production supervisor
 
Sound Department
Vincent Garcia .... sound recordist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
John Koester .... photographer: second unit (as John Kester)
 
Other crew
Elsa Gilbert .... script supervisor
Michael Minor .... title designer
 

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Runtime:
81 min
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Color (Movielab)
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Featured in 42nd Street Forever, Volume 1 (2005) (V)See more »
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9 out of 17 people found the following review useful.
Fails to deliver on any level, 17 December 2001
Author: adrian_tripod from Pontefract, England

If you've ever been curious about the idea of this film, do yourself a big favour and forget all about it. Just spend a few seconds thinking of possible scenarios for a quote, 'gay biker film', unquote, and if you came up with anything at all involving kinky sex and violence, ass-kickin' homo hells angels, or conflict of ANY kind whatsoever, you've already imagined more than this lame duck delivers in 80 painfully unfunny minutes. There are some obscure movies that really and truly deserve their obscurity, and I don't say that lightly - I love Andy Milligan's movies, OK? I've watched some tired excuses for cinema in my time but this is one to make you despair. If it was made by a gay or gay-friendly director I'd be shocked, so pathetic and wit-free is the result. And if it was made by some nitwit homophobe who thinks a guy in a dress is just the most hilarious thing ever, it's still not worth getting steamed up about - a lynching at the end of the pic might have been offensive if the film had the balls to make you feel anything, but anyway it's more likely some ultra-lame attempt to mimic the end of 'Easy Rider'. So to recap: biker fans, don't waste your time, there are no good fighting or screwing scenes, no 'stickin' it to authority figures' scenes, and no freaked out weird camera fish-eye lens 'trip' scenes.... and gay viewers, same as above plus there are no 'gay bikers kick the s*** out of rednecks/straights/squares' scenes, no laughs and no, repeat no 'sleazy bikers seduce drunken college jocks' scenes. End of public service announcement!

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