When Roger Corman's biker movie The Wild Angels was unleashed in theaters it made a killing at the box office, made a star out of Peter Fonda and spawned scores of similar exploitation movies. But I remember at the time being more fascinated by the bikers "old ladies" like Nancy Sinatra as "Mike" and the best of all was Joan Shawlee as Momma Monahan, the blowsy, tough, boozy, maternal mother of the gang. Fortunately directors saw the potential in beefing up the girl power angle and some pretty unforgettable grindhouse magic was made. Handsome Clyde Ventura went on to become a celebrated theater director but sadly Dixie Peabody only made one more film, "Night Call Nurses," before leaving acting behind. She-Devils On Wheels The godfather of the gore film Herschell Gordon Lewis "Blood Feast", "2, Maniacs" gives the cycle film a run for its money with this bonkers biker epic, beginning with the theme song: "Get off the road before we have crossed Or you might get your rear-end tossed.
Glory's love of personality posters began in the 70s. This page represents a bit of historical record and walk down memory lane. The 70's saw a boost in the interest in personality pin up posters thanks to the mega success of Farrah Fawcett's red bikini poster from Her pose, showing off her beautiful smile and the hairstyle that would become one of the most famous of all time, sold a record 7 million units I have seen the figure listed as 11 million in some sources and was most certainly the best selling personality poster of all time. This page is an attempt to walk down memory lane and to see once more or for the first time in some instances some of these wonderful posters from the 70s and 80s.