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It triggered Australia's exploitation explosion, sparked a worldwide censorship battle, and remains one of the most infamous biker movies in genre history. STONE is the full-throttle saga of an undercover cop (Ken Shorter) who infiltrates the outlaw Grave Diggers (led by producer/director/co-writer Sandy Harbutt) on a one-way trip to hell with vengeance in their hearts, violence on their minds, and 150 horsepower of screaming steel between their legs. Helen Morse (PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK), Bill Hunter (THE ADVENTURES OF PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT), members of the Sydney Hells Angels, and Hugh Keays-Byrne, Roger Ward, Vincent Gil and Reg Evans of MAD MAX fame co-star in the ultimate down-under cult classic, now fully restored from original vault elements.
"STONE FOREVER" - Richard Kuipers' classic making-of documentary featuring interviews with original STONE cast and crew, and extensive footage of the incredible STONE 25th Anniversary celebration attended by 35,000 bikers in 1998
"The Making of STONE"
STONE Makeup Test
Director's Slide Show
stands up well over the years. worth taking the trip once again, but this time from the safety of your living roomPublished 1 month ago by Mr Kerry P Corker
If you haven't seen this and are reading reviews to decide whether you should buy it....don't read any more...just buy it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by victoriao1205
I didn't care for this flic at all.
Just a bunch of guys riding aroung on jap bikes with full face helmets.
Real bikes, real lowsides, real motorcycle noises not canned 'vroom vroom'. Story is so so, set in Australia; but if you love the golden age cycles (KZ900, Triumphs, Nortons,... Read morePublished on May 6, 2011 by J LI NY
The movie was the basis for the formation of the Vietnam Vets Motorcycle Club, and each year on Long Tan day,as the Official Piper, I pipe in a number of bottles of "Stones" green... Read morePublished on October 29, 2010 by John Arnfield
It was brilliant then and while it has aged (as any movie will), it is still a viable 'watch'. It's 1974 remember! Read morePublished on October 4, 2010 by PHILLIP M READ
Product arrived on time and in good condition. I would purchase again in the future.Published on October 3, 2010 by Laura L. Jones