C.C. and Company

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C.C. and Company
C c and company poster 01.jpg
Directed by Seymour Robbie
Produced by Allan Carr
Roger Smith
Written by Roger Smith
Starring Joe Namath
William Smith
Jennifer Billingsley
Mike Battle
Sid Haig
Greg Mullavy
Teda Bracci
Don Chastain
Bruce Glover
Wayne Cochran
Music by Lenny Stack
Cinematography Charles Wheeler
Edited by Fred Chulack
Rogallan Productions
Distributed by AVCO Embassy Pictures
Release date
  • October 14, 1970 (1970-10-14)
Running time
94 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $1.1 million (US/ Canada rentals)[1]

C.C. and Company is a 1970 American biker film directed by Seymour Robbie. It starred Joe Namath as biker C.C. Ryder, Ann-Margret as fashion journalist Ann, and William Smith as Moon, the leader of the fictitious outlaw biker gang the "Heads". The film also features singer Wayne Cochran and his band The C.C. Riders.

Plot summary[edit]

C.C. Ryder falls in with a biker gang in the desert, and then rescues Ann from trouble with the same gang. There next occurs a motocross race tied in with a fashion shoot. The Heads disrupt the event, but C.C. Ryder enters the race to gain Ann's favor. This puts him in conflict with Moon. When Ryder wins the race and leaves with his award money the gang kidnaps Ann, and Ryder must ride back to save her.


Reviews were mostly negative. It was described by The New York Times reviewer Vincent Canby as "the picture to name when someone asks you to recommend 'a good bad movie.'":

In his Chicago Tribune review, Gene Siskel, who supplied it with no stars, felt it was "hateful", adding:

The film was also blasted by the Cleveland Press' Tony Mastroianni:

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