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It was a mission no one in their right mind would take: rescue a captured CIA operative from a highly-fortified Red Chinese compound in Cambodia at the height of the Vietnam War. Enter The Devil's Advocates-- a red-knuckled, freewheeling, hellraising biker gang comprised largely of war veterans. Led by Link Thomas (screen legend William Smith) and loosely supervised by U.S. Army Capt. Jackson (the inimitable Bernie Hamilton), the curiously good-hearted gang drink and laugh and love and fight their way through the scenic countryside before retrofitting a slew of Yamaha motorcycles into armor-plated machines of death and destruction. And that's when the real fun begins... but at a high price!
Directed by cinema maverick Jack Starrett (Race with the Devil, Cleopatra Jones) and written by Alan Caillou (Kingdom of the Spiders, Evel Knievel), this wild cross-genre exploitation picture has been beautifully remastered in high definition from the original 35mm negatives."
This is a great movie.I haven't seen it since it came out in 1970.Well-made.action-packed.The only thing I didn't like was the ending.It sucked!Published 1 month ago by guitarplayer
This is a low budget biker movie with a twist. During the late sixties to early seventies biker movies were very popular. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gary Gilfoy
arrived quickly and in perfect condition and just as advertised couldnt be more happierPublished 6 months ago by philip puzzo
Calling this cheesy is an insult to cheesy movies. I can't take a movie seriously that belongs on MST3K. I think it was filmed using one palmcorder.Published 12 months ago by stephensag
The story is not easy to believe and is basically a c-class movie.Published 13 months ago by Robert Kiehm
It may deserve more than 1 star, but we were expecting a story line and it was almost a documentary.Published 13 months ago by Ed