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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

The VHS Archives: Don Marshall's 3 WILD RIDERS (1971)


Don Marshall's Cycles South (1971)

The VHS Archives Factsheet
Label: Imperial Video Corp.
Catalog: IVC111
Box Type: Clamshell
Year of Release: 1983
Runtime: 87:55
Print: 1.33:1 / English / No subs
Extras: None

About the Film
Director: Don Marshall
Year of Release: 1971
Country of Origin: U.S.A.
Stars: Vaughn Everly, Don Marshall, Bobby Garcia
AKAs: Cycles South, The Great American Escape

Verbatim Box Synopsis
Three young Denver men, like most men their ages, spend most of their time drinking beer in a neighborhood tavern, watching TV and chasing girls.  One day the realization sneaks over them that they're in a rut.  To break the monotony in their lives, climb on their motorcycles, point them south, and head wherever fate may lead them.  Every type of situation is encountered by the trio as they steam south, all the way to Panama.  Roughriding across mountains and deserts, fording streams, jumping chasms, forging through thick jungles and riding tracks of a forgotten railroad, their odyssey is relieved by some fancy skiing outside Taos, skin-diving in Mexico after crossing the border at Juarez, and trying their hand at bullfighting.  Director Don Marshall inserts plenty of humor as he unfolds his epic against matchless exotic scenery!

 U.S. Imperial Video Corp. sleeve!

Australian Starbase Video sleeve, courtesy of Nucleus Films' Marc Morris!


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1 comment:

  1. I saw it available on these sites Thanks