Hell's Belles (film)  

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Hell's Belles is a 1970 action film about two hardcore bikers who feud over a new motorcycle. The film was directed by Maury Dexter. It stars Jeremy Slate, Adam Roarke, and Jocelyn Lane. The film is a biker film, a subgenre of exploitation film. It is rated PG-13.

The film is released on DVD by MGM Home Entertainment as a double feature with The Wild Angels.




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