The filmmakers seem to have hired an Iron Butterfly cover band to do the soundtrack, which makes all the dangerous risk-taking seem alluring..
If CHP catches these guys I bet the fines will run into 4 digits!
Personally, I'd rather listen to Jiminy Cricket as my conscience, instead of "Good Judgment."
By the way: do kids nowadays ever tell someone, "Aw, go play in traffic!"
Chances are, this man's face is totally unfamiliar to you. And yet he came within a hairsbreadth of altering the course of global history in the aftermath of World War I.
Take your best guess as to his claim to fame, then find out his story after the jump.
This photo feature ran in a lot of newspapers back in July 1953. But the Woodside Community Mission church seems to have disappeared soon after. I can't imagine why.
Here is a site guaranteed to chew up hours of your idle time.
My pal, Phil Stephensen-Payne, runs a page dedicated to the history of magazines.
He recently put together a wing dedicated to the "true story" men's mags.
If you follow this link
, you come to a page containing the names of over 150 such zines. Click on any title and be presented with a gallery of cover images like the one above.