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* [http://www.tarantino.info Quentin Tarantino] named his DVD distribution company [http://www.tarantino.info/wiki/index.php/Rolling_Thunder_Pictures Rolling Thunder Pictures (click to read more)] after this film. RTP was a short-lived company that re-released classic exploitation and cult films in theaters and on home video. Sadly, it was shut down for financial reasons only few years after it was established.
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* [http://www.tarantino.info Quentin Tarantino] named his DVD distribution company [[:Category:Rolling Thunder Pictures|Rolling Thunder Pictures]] after this film. RTP was a short-lived company that re-released classic exploitation and cult films in theaters and on home video. Sadly, it was shut down for financial reasons only few years after it was established.
 
* The film was originally produced and scheduled for release by Twentieth Century-Fox; it was prominently featured in their 1977 exhibitors' guide. However, the studio brass were greatly disturbed by the violence in the finished film, and the decision was made to sell it off to American International Pictures.
 
* The film was originally produced and scheduled for release by Twentieth Century-Fox; it was prominently featured in their 1977 exhibitors' guide. However, the studio brass were greatly disturbed by the violence in the finished film, and the decision was made to sell it off to American International Pictures.
  
 
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  • Quentin Tarantino named his DVD distribution company Rolling Thunder Pictures after this film. RTP was a short-lived company that re-released classic exploitation and cult films in theaters and on home video. Sadly, it was shut down for financial reasons only few years after it was established.
  • The film was originally produced and scheduled for release by Twentieth Century-Fox; it was prominently featured in their 1977 exhibitors' guide. However, the studio brass were greatly disturbed by the violence in the finished film, and the decision was made to sell it off to American International Pictures.
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