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- Released in 1967 | Color
- Running Time: 84 Min.
- Produced & Distributed by American International Pictures
- Directed by Daniel Haller
- Written by Charles B. Griffith
- Starring John Cassavetes, Beverly Adams, Mimsy Farmer, Maurice McEndree, Leo Gordon
- Produced by Samuel Z. Arkoff, Jack W. Cash, Roger Corman, James H. Nicholson, Burt Topper
- Original Music by Mike Curb
- Cinematography by Richard Moore
- Film Editing by Kenneth G. Crane, Ronald Sinclair
- Violence is their god... and they hunt in a pack like rabid dogs! | Get out of their way!... if you can. | Their god is violence. And - like rabid dogs...Lust is the law they live by!
Cody (John Cassavetes) and his motorcycle gang, the Skulls, hear the story of how Butch Cassidy and his gang lived in a town called Hole-in-the-Wall, where there were no police. Inspired, Cody tells the gang that they are all going to Hole-in-the-Wall to live forever. They arrive in the town of Brookville where the mayor and other townsfolk immediately want them to leave. The sheriff is more conciliatory, and comes to an agreement with Cody that the Skulls can camp on the beach if they agree to stay there and get out of town in the morning. Meanwhile, the mayor and other townsfolk have decided that the sheriff is not doing a good enough job protecting the town, and that he should have run the gang out of town. (Wikipedia)