Chrome and Hot Leather
|Chrome and Hot Girl|
|Directed by||Lee Frost|
|Produced by||Wes Bishop|
|Music by||Porter Jordan|
Wes Bishop-Lee Frost Production
|Distributed by||American International Pictures|
Chrome and Hot Leather is a 1971 American action revenge film about Green Berets vs bikers with touches of comedy. It is one of two films to feature singer Marvin Gaye in an acting role, the other being the 1969 film The Ballad of Andy Crocker.
When the fiancee of a US Special Forces Vietnam Veteran sergeant is killed by bikers, he and three fellow Green Berets ride out for revenge.
- William Smith: T.J.
- Tony Young: Mitch
- Michael Haynes: Casey
- Peter Brown: Al
- Marvin Gaye: Jim
- Michael Stearns: Hank
- Larry Bishop: Gabe
- Kathrine Baumann: Susan (as Kathy Baumann)
- Wes Bishop: Sheriff Lewis
- Herb Jeffries: Ned
- Bobby Pickett: Sweet Willy (as Bob Pickett)
- George E. Carey: Lieutenant Reardon (as George Carey)
- Cheryl Ladd: Kathy
- Dan Haggerty: Bearded Biker
- Erik Estrada: uncredited
- Ann Marie ... Helen
- Robert Ridgely ... Sergeant Mack
- Lee Frost ... Motorcycle salesman
Gabriel, can't you see we're menacing someone? - T.J.
- Gary A. Smith, The American International Pictures Video Guide, McFarland 2009 p 38
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