The Cycle Savages
From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
The Cycle Savages (1969, USA) is a Biker film directed by Bill Brame.
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- Released in 1969
- Running Time: 82 Min.
- Distribution Co: Trans American Films (1969) | Astral Films (1970) (Canada) (theatrical)
- Directed by Bill Brame
- Written by Bill Brame
- Starring Bruce Dern, Casey Kasem, Gary Littlejohn, Chris Robinson, Melody Patterson
- Produced by Mike Curb, Arthur N. Gilbert, Casey Kasem, Frank Ragusa, Maurice Smith
- Original Music by Jerry Styner
- Cinematography by Frank Ruttencutter
- Film Editing by Herman Freedman
- Hot Steel Between Their Legs... The Wildest Bunch On Wheels!
- They steal women... initiate them into the pack... sell them on the black market of crime!
- Roaring Through The Streets On Chopped Down Hogs!
Film editor Bill Brame directed this violent biker film featuring an intense performance by Bruce Dern as Keeg, the sadistic leader of a vicious gang of cyclists. When Keeg's girlfriend Lea (Melody Patterson) poses nude for an artist named Romko (Chris Robinson), the hooligan goes on a drunken rampage and rips up Romko's sketches, beating the artist severely. Later, Romko retaliates with some beatings of his own, leading to a grisly scene of revenge in which the artist's hands are slowly crushed in a metal vise. (Rotten Tomatoes)