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A landmark in film history, EASY RIDER blew the studio doors open for more young directors than any film before or since, helping to create the wide-open climate that would lead to the production of many outstanding films in the 1970s. As its director, Dennis Hopper is usually given the lion's share of credit for the film's success, but the revelations of time suggest that the contributions of the late Terry Southern and, to some degree, Jack Nicholson have endowed the film with much of its residual power. Starring Peter Fonda as Wyatt (alias Captain America) and Hopper as Billy, it traces the hippie duo's adventures as they mount their seriously chopped hogs on a journey to find the real America en route to Mardi Gras. In Arizona, they visit a commune whose members seem to be having a tough time, and in a small Texas town they're jailed for joining a parade. But they're quickly sprung by an ACLU lawyer, the quirky, hard-drinking George Hanson (Jack Nicholson), who accepts their offer to join them on the trip to New Orleans, eager to visit the best whorehouse in the South. Although parts of the film now seem dated and some of the language seems quaint, the tensions and hostilities of the period are accurately reflected, Laszlo Kovacs's photography is superb, and Nicholson is exceptional in his breakthrough role.

Special Features
Audio Commentray By Director Dennis Hopper
Shaking The Cage - Making Of Documentary (67 Minutes)
Widescreen 1.85:1
Dolby Digital 5.1
Languages - English
Subtitles - Czech, Danish, English, French, German, Hindi, Hungarian, Polish, Turkish
Region 2/PAL/Colour
Running Time 91 Minutes
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Great movie, if only the world was full of Jack Nickolsons!! Ne Ne Ne Indians!! :thumbsup:

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