On the set of Sam Fuller’s Run of the Arrow … Now you know how he got those crane shots … I love all the straw Stetsons worn by the crew.

On the set of Sam Fuller’s Run of the Arrow … Now you know how he got those crane shots … I love all the straw Stetsons worn by the crew.

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Go Kart - Fun on Wheels for Everyone… as worn and endorsed by Ron Asheton …

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A selection of the illustrations by Benton Clark to accompany the Saturday Evening Post’s serialisation of Luke Short’s story Blood on the Moon (March-April, 1941). The film adaptation was released in 1948 and starred Robert Mitchum and Barbara bel Geddes. I’m not sure how influential Clark’s images were on the film’s design, but they share something in the refusal of the more dandified aspects of 30s Westerns.

"Well," says Mitchum’s character, "I’ll drift."

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… and he’s still a punk.
rear cover …
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John Dillinger was a punk …
Front cover of the Belmont novelisation of Young Dillinger. First published March 1965. Great artwork, dull movie if memory serves …

John Dillinger was a punk …

Front cover of the Belmont novelisation of Young Dillinger. First published March 1965. Great artwork, dull movie if memory serves …

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From 
http://wildhotels.tumblr.com/
In Hollywood, most of one’s time is spent waiting. You’re waiting for your name to be called, you’re waiting for your project to get on, you’re waiting for your money to be paid, you’re waiting to meet somebody, you’re waiting for an actor to say yes. You’re just waiting. Endlessly, endlessly waiting. You’re waiting in your car. You’re driving. Endlessly driving. Out of 24 hours, 22 are spent waiting. You’re waiting to get laid, you’re waiting to get stoned. You’re waiting. 
-Rudy Wurlitzer


 Like life then …

From 

http://wildhotels.tumblr.com/

In Hollywood, most of one’s time is spent waiting. You’re waiting for your name to be called, you’re waiting for your project to get on, you’re waiting for your money to be paid, you’re waiting to meet somebody, you’re waiting for an actor to say yes. You’re just waiting. Endlessly, endlessly waiting. You’re waiting in your car. You’re driving. Endlessly driving. Out of 24 hours, 22 are spent waiting. You’re waiting to get laid, you’re waiting to get stoned. You’re waiting.

-Rudy Wurlitzer

 Like life then …

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The Young Savages (1961)

The title march; full leather jackets, levi’s and engineer boots …

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She might have been chewing gum or paying a grocery bill.
The magic of the madness on the cliff was gone. All there was between us was flesh.
… God almighty. What if I had to kill a man every time I wanted to really arouse her?

Day Keene, Home is the Sailor (Gold Medal, 1952)

She might have been chewing gum or paying a grocery bill.

The magic of the madness on the cliff was gone. All there was between us was flesh.

… God almighty. What if I had to kill a man every time I wanted to really arouse her?

Day Keene, Home is the Sailor (Gold Medal, 1952)

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My favourite moment in biker movies is when a dirty engineers boot pumps the kick start - a Kenneth Anger moment and a fetish, even.

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Naked Angels (1969)… cruising the neon strip in Las Vegas the bike gang pass in front of a run of cinemas, which are barely noticeable among all the other attractions, but it was not missed by the editor who cuts in the flash image of “GORE”

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Gun Belt (1953), an utterly dreary western but for the presence of John Dehner and an under used Jack Elam. Here the latter is one step away from death, as always …

Gun Belt (1953), an utterly dreary western but for the presence of John Dehner and an under used Jack Elam. Here the latter is one step away from death, as always …

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"When you know that you’re going to have to kill a man… it costs nothing to be polite."

Shotgun (Leslie Selander,1955)

"When you know that you’re going to have to kill a man… it costs nothing to be polite."

Shotgun (Leslie Selander,1955)

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Samuel Fuller …
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“There is a great deal to be seen in the tilt of a hat on a man.” ― John Steinbeck, The Pearl

“There is a great deal to be seen in the tilt of a hat on a man.” 
― John SteinbeckThe Pearl

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