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Evel Knievel (1971) George Hamilton DVD, Video Download, USB Drive

Evel Knievel (1971) George Hamilton DVD, Video Download, USB Drive
Evel Knievel (1971) George Hamilton DVD, Video Download, USB Drive
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The Life Of Evel Knievel, History's Greatest Daredevil Motorcyclist, As Told In Television Biopic Film Form Starring George Hamilton, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD! (Color, 1971, 1 Hour 28 Minutes.) #EvelKnievel #GeorgeHamilton #Motorcyclists #Stuntmen #StuntPerformers #Entertainers #SelfPromoters #WorldRecordHolders #BrokenBones #HarleyDavidsonXR750 #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive


Director:
Marvin J. Chomsky

Writers:
Alan Caillou (Story & Screenplay), John Milius (Screenplay)

Cast:

George Hamilton ... Evel Knievel
Sue Lyon ... Linda
Bert Freed ... Doc Kincaid
Rod Cameron ... Charlie Knesson
Dub Taylor ... Turquoise Smith
Ron Masak ... Pete
Hal Baylor ... The Sheriff
Judith Baldwin ... Sorority Girl
Kathrine Baumann ... Sorority Girl
Ben Bentley ... Man in Bar
Alana Stewart ... Nurse #1 (as Alana Collins-Hamilton)
Joe Davis ... Showgirl #2
Lee de Broux ... Wrangler #1 (as Lee De Broux)
Roger Edington ... Bartender
Frank Ellis ... Rodeo Clown
John Garwood ... Guard
Richard Ford Grayling ... Soundman
Mary Grover ... Girl at Ontario
Bill Hale ... Man on Street
Bob Harris ... 2nd Policeman
Sylvia Hayes ... Grandma
Johnny Haymer ... Rodeo cook
Ted Hanningsen ... Man in Bar
Randee Lynne Jensen ... Bathtub Girl (as Randee Jensen)
Ski Kidwell ... Miner #1
Howard Larson ... Miner
Frank Loverde ... Newsman
Trish Mahoney ... Girl at Rodeo
John Dale McCutchan ... Evel at 12
Cliff Medaugh ... Bill the Banker
Jayne Melon ... Sorority Girl
Eveline Micone ... Girlfriend
Inga Neilsen ... Showgirl #1 (as Inga Nielsen)
Henry Olek ... Bill Jennings
Barbara Parsons ... Girl at Pond
Mary Peters ... Marge
Ralph Schmidt ... Plumber
Pat Setzer ... Little Cowboy
Mike Shak ... Anesthetist
Cassie Solomon ... Sorority Girl
Paul Sorensen ... Head Guard (as Paul Sorrenson)
Ellen Tucker ... Nurse #2
Joey D. Vieira ... Lunch Truck Driver (as Joey Viera)
Liv Lindeland ... Girl Photographer (as Liv Von Linden)
Robert Williams ... Wrangler #2 (as Robert B. Williams)
John Yates ... Photographer
Jackson Bostwick ... Linda's Lover (uncredited)
Betty Bronson ... Sorority House Mother (uncredited)
Jerry Jensen ... Janitor (uncredited)
Cheryl Smith ... Girl buying ticket at rodeo (uncredited)


Evel Knievel, American motorcycle rider, stuntman and entertainer (October 17, 1938 - November 30, 2007) was born Robert Craig Knievel in Butte, Montana. Over the course of his career, he attempted more than 75 ramp-to-ramp motorcycle jumps. During his career, Knievel may have suffered more than 433 bone fractures, earning an entry in the Guinness Book of World Records as the survivor of "most bones broken in a lifetime". However, this number could be exaggerated: his son Robbie told a reporter in June 2014 that his father had broken 40 to 50 bones; Knievel himself claimed he broke 35. On January 7 and 8, 1971, Knievel set the record by selling over 100,000 tickets to back-to-back performances at the Houston Astrodome. On February 28, he set a new world record by jumping 19 cars with his Harley-Davidson XR-750 at the Ontario Motor Speedway in Ontario, California. The 19-car jump was filmed for the movie Evel Knievel. Knievel held the record for 27 years until Bubba Blackwell jumped 20 cars in 1998 with an XR-750. In 2015, Doug Danger surpassed that number with 22 cars, accomplishing this feat on Evel Knievel's actual vintage 1972 Harley-Davidson XR-750. For 35 years, Knievel held the record for jumping the most stacked cars on a Harley-Davidson XR-750 (the record was broken in October 2008). His historic XR-750 is now part of the collection of the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History. Made of steel, aluminum and fiberglass, the customized motorcycle weighs about 300 pounds. Knievel was inducted into the Motorcycle Hall of Fame in 1999. He died of pulmonary disease in Clearwater, Florida, in 2007, aged 69.