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Easy Rider


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Easy Rider
New 40th Anniversary Print Dennis Hopper, 1969
Thu, Aug 20, 2009 7 PM
See the film that launched a new approach to movie music. Easy Rider is widely credited as the first movie to feature rock songs as a narrative foundation.

The quintessential American motorcycle road movie, Easy Rider follows bikers Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda as they try to make it from Los Angeles to New Orleans in time for Mardi Gras. The film made a star out of then-struggling Jack Nicholson and helped get Albert Brooks out of a speeding ticket in Lost in America. The counter-culture staple's songs include the Band's "The Weight" and Steppenwolf's "Born to Be Wild." (95 mins., 35mm)

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