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Easy Rider / Two Lane Blacktop: 2DVD Boxset £3.37* delivered @ Tesco Ent
Easy Rider / Two Lane Blacktop: 2DVD Boxset £3.37* delivered @ Tesco Ent

Easy Rider / Two Lane Blacktop: 2DVD Boxset £3.37* delivered @ Tesco Ent

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Bargain, considering the cheapest you can get Easy Rider on its own is £3.99 and the cheapest Two-Lane Blacktop is £3.07

Easy Rider:
Originally released in 1968, Easy Rider is widely regarded as the original 'road movie' and, based on the cult following it developed, it was soon copied by other Hollywood studios. Written by Dennis Hopper, Peter Fonda and Terry Southern (Dr. Strangelove), Fonda produced the low-budget production whilst Hopper took on directing duties, receiving and award at Cannes for his first work. Since its release, Easy Rider has been regarded as a symbol of free-spirited reaction against society, and even for those too young to remember its original release, it maintains its status as a classic film which characterises the attitude of a decade.

Two-Lane Blacktop:
The Driver (James Taylor) spins out of Los Angeles with The Mechanic (Dennis Wilson) after winning a late night drag race. The two young men head south east on the freeway, stopping only for food, gas or a delicate adjustment on their primer grey '55 Chevrolet. Outside of Flagstaff, they take time out for lunch at a diner. When they return to their car, there is a new passenger in the back - a girl (Laurie Bird) with a tear stained face. No questions are asked: No explanation is offered. They move off. When they hit Santa Fe, they cruise up and down the streets, looking for an unsuspecting country boy to challenge their beaten up Sedan. They find him sooner than expected in a '32 Pard Roadster, follow him to the outskirts of town, race him and beat him. That night the girl shares a hotel room with The Mechanic, while The Driver prowls the bars.

Easy Rider - Hoppers best film (IMO) and summed the dude up

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13 Comments

Great Find Andy

R.I.P Dennis Hopper.

bril. I'm almost tempted to buy again at this price.

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why does someone always put an item up the minute someone dies ? -

misterboumsong;8722948

why does someone always put an item up the minute someone dies ? -


Yes, I've noticed that.........wonder if it works the other way round? Any bargain Leonardo DiCaprio DVDs out there?

misterboumsong;8722948

why does someone always put an item up the minute someone dies ? -



5 minutes after Michael Jackson died, play.com had their front page covered with his albums, books and dvds!!

R.I.P Gary Coleman & Dennis Hopper

misterboumsong;8722948

why does someone always put an item up the minute someone dies ? -



Because people will pay more for an item the minute someone dies.

wmann;8723665

Because people will pay more for an item the minute someone dies.



with the money going to the fat cats ! very sad

To the previous 5 posters: You have a point but I don't think the deal's really about Dennis Hopper. He had nothing to do with Two Lane Blacktop. These are two early 70's road movies both done in a very similar nihilistic style.

Worth a punt at £3.37 delivered. Worth a punt for Two Lane Blacktop alone.

So sad to find out about Dennis Hopper's death.

wmann;8723665

Because people will pay more for an item the minute someone dies.



misterboumsong;8723920

with the money going to the fat cats ! very sad



Yes, you're right. At £3.37 a pop, someone's going to get very rich indeed, especially when you take into account the cost of production, transport, packaging, postage etc. £3.37 for 2 DVDs... the dirty, money grabbin' b..........s

cmontgomeryburns;8722991

Yes, I've noticed that.........wonder if it works the other way round? … Yes, I've noticed that.........wonder if it works the other way round? Any bargain Leonardo DiCaprio DVDs out there?



:lol::lol:

Two Lane Blacktop is a teriffic road movie. Not often shown on TV. Warren Oates is great as the GTO guy.

DeanSupreme uk;8721245

R.I.P Dennis Hopper.


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