Angels Die Hard!


1h 26m 1970

Film Details

Also Known As
The Violent Angels
MPAA Rating
Release Date
Jan 1970
Premiere Information
Dallas opening: 8 Jul 1970
Production Company
Angels Productions
Distribution Company
New World Pictures
Country
United States

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 26m
Sound
Mono
Color
Color (Metrocolor)

Synopsis

When 30 Hell's Angels roar into a California town on their motorcycles and create a wild street brawl, the local sheriff holds one of them hostage until the gang leaves town. Although the order is obeyed, the captured motorcyclist is brutally run down and killed as he drives across the county line. Vowing revenge, Blair, the gang's leader, and his buddy Gentleman Tim lead the Angels in a bizarre funeral procession back to the local cemetery. Despite threats by the sheriff and the more militant townsmen to drive out the cyclists, deputy Johnny Martin dissuades them from taking any immediate action. The gang rescues a child trapped in an abandoned mine shaft, but the sheriff's hostility increases when he sees his daughter Nancy talking with Blair. As the townsmen organize for a raid on the Angels' camp, Nancy warns the bikers, but she is later beaten up by one of the local youths. During the bloody fight that ensues, the sheriff sees his badly bruised daughter wandering along a road. Certain that Blair is to blame, he tries to run him down, but Deputy Martin fires a shot at the sheriff's patrol car to prevent Blair's murder. The gunfire sends the patrol car careening off the road into an embankment, and it explodes.

Film Details

Also Known As
The Violent Angels
MPAA Rating
Release Date
Jan 1970
Premiere Information
Dallas opening: 8 Jul 1970
Production Company
Angels Productions
Distribution Company
New World Pictures
Country
United States

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 26m
Sound
Mono
Color
Color (Metrocolor)

Quotes

Trivia

Notes

Location scenes filmed in Kernville, California. Working title: The Violent Angels.

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Winter January 1, 1970

Released in United States Winter January 1, 1970