Outlaw biker film

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The outlaw biker film is a film genre that portrays its characters as motorcycle riding rebels.wikipedia
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The Wild One

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Their culture was first popularized in the Marlon Brando film The Wild One (1953), which tells a story based very loosely on actual events.
The Wild One is considered to be the original outlaw biker film, and the first to examine American outlaw motorcycle gang violence.

The Wild Angels

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In 1966, American International Pictures (AIP) released The Wild Angels with Peter Fonda, Bruce Dern, and Nancy Sinatra.
The Wild Angels is a 1966 American outlaw biker film produced and directed by Roger Corman.

Devil's Angels

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AIP dominated the market and quickly released a semi-sequel Devil's Angels starring actor-director John Cassavetes and The Glory Stompers with Dennis Hopper in 1967.
Devil's Angels (also known as The Checkered Flag) is a 1967 American outlaw biker film written by Charles B. Griffith and directed by Daniel Haller.

The Mini-Skirt Mob

In 1968, AIP produced The Mini-Skirt Mob, Angels from Hell, and The Savage Seven (the film debut of actress/director Penny Marshall).
The Mini-Skirt Mob is a 1968 outlaw biker film about an all-female motorcycle gang.

The Savage Seven

In 1968, AIP produced The Mini-Skirt Mob, Angels from Hell, and The Savage Seven (the film debut of actress/director Penny Marshall).
The Savage Seven is a 1968 exploitation film (in the outlaw biker film subgenre) directed by Richard Rush.

Hell's Angels '69

The company made five more biker gang films: Hell's Belles (1969), Hell's Angels '69 (1969), Angel Unchained (1970), The Hard Ride (1971), and Chrome and Hot Leather (1971).
Hell's Angels '69 is a 1969 Outlaw biker film directed by Lee Madden and Conny Van Dyke.

The Born Losers

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AIP and Fanfare Films also co-produced The Born Losers (1967).
Born Losers is a 1967 American outlaw biker film.

The Glory Stompers

AIP dominated the market and quickly released a semi-sequel Devil's Angels starring actor-director John Cassavetes and The Glory Stompers with Dennis Hopper in 1967.
The Glory Stompers is a 1967 outlaw biker film.

American International Pictures

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In 1966, American International Pictures (AIP) released The Wild Angels with Peter Fonda, Bruce Dern, and Nancy Sinatra.
This film ushered in AIP's most successful year and kicked off a subgenre of motorcycle gang films that lasted almost ten years and included Devil's Angels, The Glory Stompers with Dennis Hopper, and The Born Losers—the film that introduced the Billy Jack character.

The Hellcats

Crown International produced and/or distributed Wild Rebels (1967), The Hellcats (1968), The Sidehackers (1969), Wild Riders (1971), and Pink Angels (1972).
The Hellcats, also known as Biker Babes, is a 1968 outlaw biker film starring Ross Hagen and directed by Robert F. Slatzer.

Hells Angels on Wheels

Fanfare made Hells Angels on Wheels (1967) with Jack Nicholson, Run, Angel, Run! (1969), Wild Wheels (1969), and Nam's Angels (1970).
Hells Angels on Wheels is a 1967 American biker film directed by Richard Rush, and starring Adam Roarke, Jack Nicholson, and Sabrina Scharf.

Satan's Sadists

Independent-International Pictures Corp. produced three films in this genre directed by Al Adamson – Satan's Sadists (1969), Hell's Bloody Devils (1970), and Angels' Wild Women (1972).
Satan's Sadists is a 1969 American outlaw biker film directed by Al Adamson and starring Russ Tamblyn.

Angels' Wild Women

Independent-International Pictures Corp. produced three films in this genre directed by Al Adamson – Satan's Sadists (1969), Hell's Bloody Devils (1970), and Angels' Wild Women (1972).
Angels' Wild Women (originally titled Screaming Angels) is a 1972 biker film written and directed by cult director Al Adamson.

The Cycle Savages

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Dern also starred as a sadistic gang leader in The Cycle Savages (1970).
The Cycle Savages is a 1969 American outlaw biker exploitation film written and directed by Bill Brame, and stars Bruce Dern and Melody Patterson.

The Rebel Rousers

The Rebel Rousers (filmed 1967, released 1970) featured Jack Nicholson, Bruce Dern, and Harry Dean Stanton.
Rebel Rousers is a 1970 American independent outlaw biker film starring Cameron Mitchell, Jack Nicholson, Diane Ladd, Bruce Dern, and Harry Dean Stanton.

Motorpsycho (film)

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In 1965, director Russ Meyer made Motorpsycho (aka Motor Psycho), an obscure film about an evil motorcycle gang led by a disturbed Vietnam War veteran.

Naked Angels

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The Hells Angels appeared as extras playing a gang called the Las Vegas Hotdoggers in the Roger Corman film Naked Angels (1969) starring Michael Greene.
Naked Angels is a 1969 outlaw biker film, directed by Bruce D. Clark.

Outlaw motorcycle club

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The characters are usually members of an outlaw motorcycle club.
Outlaw motorcyclists and their clubs have been frequently portrayed and parodied in movies and the media generally, giving rise to an "outlaw biker film" genre.

Hell's Belles (film)

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The company made five more biker gang films: Hell's Belles (1969), Hell's Angels '69 (1969), Angel Unchained (1970), The Hard Ride (1971), and Chrome and Hot Leather (1971).
It is a biker film, a subgenre of exploitation films.

Alleycat Rock: Female Boss

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In Japan, female biker films became popular starting with Alleycat Rock: Female Boss (a.k.a. Stray Cat Rock: Delinquent Girl Boss or Female Juvenile Delinquent Leader: Alleycat Rock or Wildcat Rock) (1970).
Alleycat Rock: Female Boss aka Stray Cat Rock: Delinquent Girl Boss, Female Juvenile Delinquent Leader: Alleycat Rock, Wildcat Rock is a 1970 Japanese outlaw biker film directed by Yasuharu Hasebe and starring Akiko Wada and Meiko Kaji.

The Black Six

Black motorcycle gangs appeared in a few blaxploitation films such as The Black Angels (1970) and The Black Six (1974).
The Black Six (1974) is an American blaxploitation and outlaw biker film released in 1974.

Nam's Angels

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Fanfare made Hells Angels on Wheels (1967) with Jack Nicholson, Run, Angel, Run! (1969), Wild Wheels (1969), and Nam's Angels (1970).

Werewolves on Wheels

As the trend began to lose momentum, filmmakers started to create horror hybrids such as Werewolves on Wheels (1971) and Blood Freak (1972).
It blends two genres: the outlaw biker film and the traditional horror film.

Hell Ride

Quentin Tarantino served as executive producer on Hell Ride (2008) starring Dennis Hopper and Michael Madsen.
Hell Ride is a 2008 American action/neo-outlaw biker film written and directed by Larry Bishop and starring Bishop, Michael Madsen, Dennis Hopper, Eric Balfour, Vinnie Jones, Leonor Varela and David Carradine.

Blaxploitation

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Black motorcycle gangs appeared in a few blaxploitation films such as The Black Angels (1970) and The Black Six (1974).