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The Wild Angels

Released 1966
Distributor AIP

The counterculture goes mainstream in this emblematic Vietnam-era classic. There would have been no Easy Rider without Roger Corman’s controversial but popular Hell’s Angels movie, which set the trend for a plethora of drive-in biker pictures over the following decade. Peter Bogdanovich contributed some second unit direction as well as tinkering with Chuck Griffith’s screenplay. Peter Fonda’s role as the gang leader Heavenly Blues was a warm-up for the game changing Easy Rider.

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About Roger Corman

Movie Legend Roger Corman has been producing and directing pictures since 1954. He has directed over 50 movies and produced over 300, as well as giving starts to half the filmmakers, actors and technicians in Hollywood. His credits include a hefty portion of the titles we feature here on Trailers from Hell. In November 2009 he received an Honorary Lifetime Achievement Academy Award. And if you didn’t already know this stuff, you must have stumbled on this site by accident.

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