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    best b movie is "Code 2"
    clockwork mentioned on any sunday. i have both in my little movie stash and rewatch them every so often.
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    PeeWee's Big Adventure...would be even better if you get to see Dottie's tits.

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    I looked up Little Fauss and Big Halsy on ebay, hoping to get it on VHS, CED or laserdisc maybe.... nothing comes up under movies. I guess it was never released on anything
    It was on Encore just a week ago.....its out there on VHS I know...used to have it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrawbellyJam View Post
    I looked up Little Fauss and Big Halsy on ebay, hoping to get it on VHS, CED or laserdisc maybe.... nothing comes up under movies. I guess it was never released on anything, all I saw was a bunch of soundtracks for it on vinyl.
    http://www.ioffer.com/i/robert-redfo...1970-126864093
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    Worlds fastest Indian was my favorite so far. Any given Sunday or what ever with Steve McQueen. The great escape just was sick too. But there's this one movie I saw on Netflix these bikers cause two girls to drive off the side of the cliff. And three army dudes go undercover as bikers with three Kawasaki big horns which was awesome cause I just built one right before watching it any who. There riding cute enduros while everyone's one there crazy raked Harley's pretty tight

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    Harley and Marlboro.....I always dug a movie with Mickey Roarke in it....he's like a REAL person instead of a Hollywood phony....loved Fonda in the first GhostRider too...."Niiiice Biiiike"....lol....that was too fuckin cool....they kept makin refs to Easy Rider in that....cracked me up....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ContractKiller View Post
    Road to Paloma was alright, a little slow but still a pretty cool flick.
    One thing bugged me was when that cash dude said: "I used to have a '48 knuck"..

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    Cheech and chong next movie. Love the scene where cheech starts his pan up in the living room with pipes out the window.cant get enough of that.
    DeathWish where the biker gang of yamaha and kaws
    tear up the town.

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    For those of you that liked "Stone", I stumbled across the 25th anniversary documentary; kind of interesting


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    Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man

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    Quote Originally Posted by outlawTA View Post
    Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man
    Yep me too. I haven't had a chance to watch some of the classics, but Mickey rourke was my first exposure to what a biker looked like and what a chopper was

    Something about the fxr in that film. I really want to get my hands on an fxr frame, throw struts on and chop and gooseneck it to 45 degrees. I don't know how difficult a job it'd be on the neck with the larger backbone
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    Good source for a lot of these (and other types of cheesy old movies. They have sections for classic exploitation, and blaxploitation movies) is oldies.com. Discovered them when I found a copy of "Terror of Tiny Town" in the bargain bin at a local electronics store. Had to buy it, can't resist owning an all midget black and white western.

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    "21 Days Under the Sun" is pretty cool. The overdone narration is a little much but, the bikes and the photography make it worthwhile. It's on Netflix.

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    Mickey Rourke was in a movie in the 80's called Wild Orchids, NOT a biker movie but there are 2 really nice bikes that his character brings everywhere with him. Anyway a shitty movie so just fast forward to the skin and the bike parts of the movie.

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    Being Halloween, I recommend Psychomania!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrFxr View Post
    Being Halloween, I recommend Psychomania!
    Werewolves on wheels.........

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    Besides Easy Rider, my two favorites are The Hard Ride and Northville Cemetery Massacre (aka Freedom RIP)

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    Cycles South

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    Mad Max had tons of bikes in it, mostly jap stuff, and there was that fucking crazy trike in it with the bubble top. That was cool.

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