Hell's Belles

Synopsis: When hot-headed Dan out-drives the thoroughly vicious Tony in a motorcycle race and wins a brand new bike, he sets in motion a chain of events that includes one blazing gas station and a disastrous rock slide.
Director(s): Maury Dexter
Production: American International Pictures
95 min

Tough race.

Congratulations, Dan.

Almost had him.

Should've run him off the road

when I had the chance.

Come on, Tony,

don't take it so hard.

Yeah, there's always next year.

Next year. Hell.

I want that bike.

Maybe you can still get it.

From what I hear, it's up for grabs

to the highest bidder.

Oh, yeah?

Hey, hold it.

- Congratulations.

- Thanks, Carlyle.

- Cot an offer for you.

- Let's hear it.

- Cycle. How much you want for it?

- What do you got in mind?

I got me a good bike.

You know that.

I almost took the race on it.

So how about my bike

and 300 bucks?

Oh, I'm sorry, Carlyle, but I'm

shooting for at least $2,000 cash.

Come up with that kind of money,

we'll do some talking.

Well, let's put this baby to bed,

and then I'll buy you

a drink or two, huh?


See you soon?

Okay, let's get this bike unloaded.

Slash a couple of those tires

so he won't be following us.

- What about that bike?

- Fix it so it won't run.

Let's get out of here.

Hey, Tony?

Gonna need a headlight

for that thing.

No more doubling up, Buzz.

You take my old bike.

Hey, man, great.

What about him?

Time he comes to,

we'll be long gone.

Man, that sure is pretty.

Hey, Tampa,

are you gonna take it?

I've been thinking on it.

Ain't never had a bike that pretty.

Hey! You people

get away from there!

We were just

looking at it, man.

Okay, you've seen it.

Now move off.

You ain't the friendliest guy

in the world, are you?

I wouldn't worry about it.

Hey, Tony, let's get out of here.

Hey, don't be touching

my cycle, if you please.

- Your cycle?

- Just made up my mind.

No way, friend.

Maybe I didn't

make myself clear, friend.

I've been meaning

to have that bike.

I'm gonna give you something

fair and square for it.

I'm gonna give you

my motorcycle.

That's a fair deal.

The girl don't go with it.

That's my old lady.

I knew we had a deal.

You got a good head

on your shoulders.

Cherry, baby! Get your butt

off the man's motorcycle.

You had your joke now, fella.


You don't want

to do business with me?

Looks like I'm gonna have to

explain trading to you, boy.

Back off, redneck,

or it's game time.

Game time!

- Go, baby.

- Give it to him, Tampa.

Okay. Then let's get it on.

Come on.

Hey, Gippo!

You okay?

Gippo, here!

Hey, Tampa, you're gonna be

needing this.

Let's get the hell out of here

before the cops come.

Baby, we're gone.

Okay, let's split!

All right, Carlyle.

I saw it was you before you

decked me. Where's my bike?

Well, ten guys beat us up

and took off with it.

That way.

Man, I'm sorry.

I was just crazy drunk.

I would have brought it

back in the morning.

Sure you would've.


How long are you gonna play

with that dumb old thing?

Cherry, baby...

it ain't even broke in yet.

Well, neither am I.

Besides, you're gonna have

a hard time making love to it.

I'd be much nicer.

Let's get it done, then.

You can't hide from me.

I seen you.

Aw, Tampa...

What are you hiding

from Gippo for?

I know...

you got a bottle.

- Yeah.

- Come on.


Hey, you!

Swatted him like a fly.

Get him!

He didn't hurt you,

did he, baby?

Let's get him.

Come on!

Hold it,

you pack of savages!

Take him back inside.

Looks like we caught us

a motorcycle thief.

You know what we're

gonna do to you, boy?

I didn't steal it.

Of course you didn't.

I stopped you.

You was making off

with my motorcycle.

- Chain him!

- That's right.

Give him to me.

I owe him.

Go on, Gip, tell it like it is.

Come on, Gip,

let's hear it.

I... I seen him

sneaking over by your motorcycle.

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