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  2. Nordic Biker War - Wikipedia

    The Nordic Biker War was a gang war that began in January 1994 and continued until September 1997 in parts of Scandinavia and Finland, involving the Hells Angels and Bandidos outlaw motorcycle clubs.

  3. Biker Mice from Mars - Wikipedia

    Biker Mice from Mars is an American science fiction action animated series created by Rick Ungar. The series premiered in syndication the week of September 19, 1993. [3] It consists of three seasons of 65 episodes, with the final episode airing in syndication the week of February 24, 1996.

  4. Milperra massacre - Wikipedia

    The Milperra Massacre, Milperra bikie shoot-out or Father's Day Massacre was a gunfight between rival motorcycle gang members on 2 September (Father's Day in Australia) 1984, in Milperra, a south-western suburb of Sydney, New South Wales.

  5. Cymbeline (film) - Wikipedia

    Based on the play Cymbeline by William Shakespeare, the story revolves around a war between dirty cops and a biker gang. The king of the bikers has lost his sons and needs his daughter to marry royalty to maintain the bloodline.

  6. The Wild Angels - Wikipedia

    The Wild Angels is a 1966 American outlaw biker film produced and directed by Roger Corman. Made on location in Southern California, The Wild Angels was the first film to associate actor Peter Fonda with Harley-Davidson motorcycles and 1960s counterculture. It inspired the biker film genre that continued into the early 1970s.

  7. The Rebel Rousers - Wikipedia

    The Rebel Rousers is a 1970 American independent outlaw biker film starring Cameron Mitchell, Jack Nicholson, Diane Ladd, Bruce Dern, and Harry Dean Stanton. Filmed in 1967, it did not receive a release until 1970 following the success of Easy Rider. It is one of several motorcycle gang films of the period to feature Nicholson, Dern and Stanton.

  8. Nam Angels (1989 film) - Wikipedia

    Nam Angels is a 1989 Philippine biker Vietnam war film directed by Cirio H. Santiago and written by Dan Gagliasso. The film was released in West Germany as Hell's Angels in Vietnam . [2]

  9. The Demolitionist - Wikipedia

    Joelle Sailers as Biker Slut; Bruce Campbell as Raffle Winner (uncredited) Release. The film premiered in Los Angeles on March 10, 1995. It later received a limited theatrical release in May 1996 before debuting on video in July 1996. Reception. The film has a 17% approval rating based on 6 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes.