Injun Fender

  • 1973
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Drama

Played against the backdrop of the late sixties youth culture, Campbell is a native American--both rock musician and murderer--who relieves his anger and frustration through his songs and by killing. The picture is steeped in "meaning" and pseudo-psychology, typical of many minor films of the era. Undoubtedly being produced in accord with Duke University...read more

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Played against the backdrop of the late sixties youth culture, Campbell is a native American--both rock musician and murderer--who relieves his anger and frustration through his songs and by killing. The picture is steeped in "meaning" and pseudo-psychology, typical of many minor films of

the era. Undoubtedly being produced in accord with Duke University may have had something to do with this. Filmed in 16mm.

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  • Released: 1973
  • Rating: NR
  • Review: Played against the backdrop of the late sixties youth culture, Campbell is a native American--both rock musician and murderer--who relieves his anger and frustration through his songs and by killing. The picture is steeped in "meaning" and pseudo-psycholog… (more)

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