In Wild Guitar, kidnapping, blackmail and murder are all part of the Hollywood life!
Opening credits with star Arch Hall Jr., on an early chopper, as a rock-star wanna-be, in Wild Guitar, 1962, produced by his dad Arch Hall Sr., directed by (and co-starring) cult legend Ray Dennis Steckler.
Aspiring rock star Bud (Arch Hall Jr.) auditions with crazy camera work for sleazy music operators McCauley (producer Arch Hall Sr.) and Steak (director Ray Dennis Steckler) in Wild Guitar, 1962.
Nervous rising rock-star Bud (Arch Hall Jr.) is intimidated by quasi-groupie Daisy (Virginia Broderick), while sleazy Steak (played by director Ray Dennis Steckler) pistol whips a drunk, in Wild Guitar, 1962.
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