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Angels from Hell

Angels from Hell

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Angels from Hell  Mike (Tom Stern), an ex-motorcycle club president from the baddest gang in Riverside, California, returns home a hero after serving in Vietnam. Unable to find his former gang there, he follows a lead and finds Smiley (Ted Markland) and the rest in Bakersfield, California hole up at Ginger’s (Arlene Martel) house. Under the watchful eye of Sheriff Bingham (Jack Starrett), who had an “understanding” with the previous president, Mike finds himself up against crooked cops under Bingham’s watch. In defiance, he uses his war-hero experience to organize a new, united super outlaw gang. When one member beaten up and killed by police, an all-out cop vs. biker war results.

STARS: Tom Stern, Ted Markland, Jack Starrett

86 min | Action | 1968 | Color


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Krazy Artwork by Renouned Artist
The only reason I'm giving this bomb a "ten" is because of Ken "Von Dutch" Howards extensive artwork throughout the movie, including the opening credits. Bud Ekins's appearance riding the beautiful Triumph 500 Metisse certainly didn't hurt either! Check out his 2 jumps on that limited suspension bike. Of course you know he also did the jump in The Great escape about 5 years earlier. Anyway, Von Dutch's artwork, a usual, is Krazy! Can anyone imagine what it all would have sold at any recent auctions? Check out the full-sized Harley chopper he painted on the barn! That alone probably would auction of today for 10 grand if it was signed. Most of the artwork probably got lost or destroyed...sad. If anyone knows anything about the artwork in this movie, please contact me at I'm a big fan of Dutch & Roth and have an extensive Roth collection. Many books on both. "The Krazy Painters!

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