The Savage Seven
From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
The Savage Seven (USA, 1968) is a biker movie directed by Richard Rush.
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- Featured in: Quentin Tarantino's Top 20
- External links: IMDb
- Released in 1968
- Running Time: 94 Min.
- Production Co: American International Pictures (AIP) | Dick Clark Productions
- Distribution Co: American International Pictures
- Directed by Richard Rush
- Written by Michael Fisher, Rosalind Ross
- Starring Adam Roarke, Max Julien, Robert Walker, Larry Bishop, Duane Eddy
- Produced by Samuel Z. Arkoff, Dick Clark, James H. Nicholson
- Original Music by Mike Curb, Jerry Styner
- Cinematography by László Kovács
- Film Editing by Renn Reynolds
- One for Each of the Deadly Sins...Blessed by the Devil Himself!
- Riding Like Outlaws of Another Day...Violent...Defiant!
- Violent in anger. Savage in love . . . . Defiant in play!! [Australian daybill poster]
- . . . Blessed by the Devil himself! [Australian daybill poster]
- . . . deadliest of all the violent breed [Australian daybill poster]
- The roar of their pipes is their battle cry... the open road their killing ground!
Also known as
- Denmark: 7 vilde engle
- France: Les sept sauvages
- Italy: Violence Story
- (West) Germany: Die grausamen Sieben | Feuerstühle der Gewalt (video) | Das Todesrennen der wilden Engel