The Savage Seven

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

Penny Marshall

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Although not in a lead role, the film marks the screen acting debut of Penny Marshall.
She landed another small role in the film The Savage Seven (1968), as well as a guest appearance on the hit television series That Girl, starring Marlo Thomas.

Larry Bishop

His movie credits include roles in Kill Bill: Volume 2, The Big Fix, The Savage Seven, and as the hook-handed musician Abraham "The Hook" Salteen in Wild in the Streets.

Richard Rush (director)

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The Savage Seven is a 1968 exploitation film (in the outlaw biker film subgenre) directed by Richard Rush.
Rush was signed by Dick Clark to make to more films for AIP: Psych-Out (1968), a film about the counter culture starring Nicholson and Susan Strasberg, and a biker movie The Savage Seven (1968).

Billy "Green" Bush

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Bush's film work includes notable appearances in The Savage Seven (1968), Five Easy Pieces (1970), Monte Walsh (1970), The Jesus Trip (1971), The Organization (1971), Welcome Home, Soldier Boys (1972), The Culpepper Cattle Co. (1972), 40 Carats (1973), Electra Glide in Blue (1973) where his performance caused some critics to characterize his screen persona as "irrepressibly unique"; Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1974), Mackintosh and T.J. (1975), The Call of the Wild (1976), The Beasts Are on the Streets (1978), The Jericho Mile (1979), Tom Horn (1980), The River (1984), The Hitcher (1986), Critters (1986), Rampage (1987) and Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993).

Joanna Frank

Her first role was in Elia Kazan's 1963 film America, America as the character "Vartuhi", and she also appeared in The Young Animals (1968) and the cult biker film The Savage Seven (1968).

Duane Eddy

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During the 1960s, Eddy launched an acting career, appearing in such films as A Thunder of Drums, The Wild Westerners, Kona Coast, and The Savage Seven, and two appearances on the television series Have Gun–Will Travel.

Anyone for Tennis

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It was used as the theme song for the 1968 film The Savage Seven and is titled "Anyone for Tennis (Theme from the Savage Seven)" for the soundtrack album.

Mike Curb

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Curb scored the music for the short film, Skaterdater (1965), as well as The Wild Angels (1966), Thunder Alley (1967), Devil's Angels (1967), The Born Losers (1967) - the first of the Billy Jack films, Maryjane (1968), The Wild Racers (1968), The Savage Seven (1968), The Big Bounce (1969), The Sidehackers (1969) and Black Water Gold (1970).

Jerry Styner

These include Ski Party (1965), Thunder Alley (1967), The Savage Seven, (1968), The Devil's 8 (1969), The Cycle Savages (1969), The Sidehackers (1969), ...tick...tick...tick... (1970), Corky (1972), Cycle Psycho (1973), Mitchell (1975) and Dixie Dynamite (1976).

Exploitation film

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The Savage Seven is a 1968 exploitation film (in the outlaw biker film subgenre) directed by Richard Rush.

Hells Angels on Wheels

Rush says he agreed to do the film as a sort of sequel to Hells Angels on Wheels in exchange for being able to make Haight-Ashbury film Psych-Out.

Psych-Out

Rush says he agreed to do the film as a sort of sequel to Hells Angels on Wheels in exchange for being able to make Haight-Ashbury film Psych-Out.

Outlaw motorcycle club

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Kisum, the leader of a motorcycle gang is in love with waitress Marcia Little Hawk.

Valjean

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Johnny and the Hurricanes

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