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*'''Included in''': [[Wild Riders: 10 Classic Biker Movies]]
 
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Latest revision as of 19:57, 26 January 2020

The Peace Killers (1971, USA) is a Biker film directed by Douglas Schwartz.

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Main Details

  • Released in 1971
  • Color
  • Production Co: Damocles Productions | Transvue Pictures Corp.
  • Distribution Co: Astral Films (1977) (Canada) | Transvue Pictures Corp.
  • Directed by Douglas Schwartz
  • Written by Michael Berk, Diana Maddox, Joel B. Michaels
  • Starring Clint Ritchie, Jess Walton and Paul Prokop
  • Produced by Diana Maddox, Joel B. Michaels
  • Original Music by Kenneth Wannberg
  • Cinematography by Douglas Schwartz
  • Film Editing by Douglas Schwartz

Also Known As

  • heißen Öfen verrecken (Germany)
  • Rauhantappajat (Finland)
  • The Peacekillers (Europe - alternative spelling) (English title)

Tagline

  • They ride to love... They ride to kill!
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