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"Wild Guitar" (1962, 88 min.) - Hick hipster Bud Eagle arrives in L.A. just in time to stumble onto a TV talent show where he and his Wild Guitar become an immediate sensation. He's quickly signed by Mike McCauley, "the biggest manager in Hollywood," who promptly cheats, cons, and exploits the kid until Bud wises up and fights back. "The Choppers" (1961, 56 min.) - Five car-stripping psychos are The Choppers, teenage boys who reduce unattended autos to rubble and sell the parts to greedy salvage king Big Moose. But the cops are quickly closing in, especially after an insurance investigator discovers a significant clue to the gang's identity: a chicken feather.
If you are looking for the perfect Kitschy B-movie then this is it! Obviously not Grammy worthy but nonetheless, a great throwback to the early 60s. Love the cinematography.... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Beth Cunningham
Another one of those worst/best movies. The story and acting are just awful, but there so bad that it is actually quite fun to watch.Published 5 months ago by Stephen P. Collins
The acting was dated and cheezy. The songs (for the time) were surprisingly good.
All in all, I enjoyed the movie.
A movie so bad it's good? Well, this one almost makes it. But let's try to
be a bit positive. Arch Hall Sr. Read more
or 2.5 stars, likes: film continuity-(length, action,situations), actors, scenery, music just ok, rare film. dislikes: film quality only a 'lil lame; movie kind of silly. Read morePublished on December 11, 2012 by John Lemoine
A quick look at what the mainstream tried to portray hot rodders as. I saw this at the drive in as a teenager, loved the cars, acting was so so, but the fun part was how Hollywood... Read morePublished on May 15, 2011 by Franklin Mayer