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C.C. & Company Reviews

A truly awful biker film which was the acting for former N.Y. Jets quarterback, Joe Namath. Produced by the wretched team of Allen Carr (who would later go on to produce such turkeys as CAN'T STOP THE MUSIC [1980] and WHERE THE BOYS ARE [1984]), and Roger Smith (Ann Margret's husband), the story concerns a motorcycle gang that comes across the lovely Margret on the road. Namath, a sensitive type, saves the girl from getting gang-raped by his pack of outlaws. She is so grateful she falls for the biker and has sex with him willingly. Conflict occurs when the powerful William Smith (who starred in dozens of biker movies, almost all of which were better than this one) and Namath clash over control of the gang.