Hog Wild

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Comedy

 

Time Out says

A mite pleasanter and funnier than the awful title suggests, this is a good-natured, dumb movie about a high school feud between Waspy wimps and leathered bike heavies. Quick to anger, easily moved to violence (of the custard pie sort), the bikers are led by Rosato, who has perfected an incomprehensible mumble (sounding like early Brando on a bad line) and is as menacing as anyone with doggy eyes and an owlish blink can be. Although the bikers are blessed with a Morricone-esque theme tune, the film lacks the sort of musical thread which might make it a viable teen movie (it's obvious that all the 'kids' should have graduated at least a decade earlier).
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Release details

UK release:

1980

Duration:

95 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Les Rose

Cast:

Martin Doyle, Angelo Rizacos, Tony Rosato, Michael Biehn, Patti D'Arbanville, Claude Phillipe

Music:

Paul Zaza

Production Designer:

Carol Spier

Editor:

Dominique Boisvert

Cinematography:

René Verzier

Screenwriter:

Andrew Peter Marin

Producer:

Claude Héroux

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