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If You're in it, You're in it to the Limit - Bikies

Television (Full Length Episode) – 1972

RONNIE
RONNIE
20 Apr 2016 - 07.07pm
Anyone know my Uncle David Glavish? He was a founding member and ex Prez. R.I.P. Uncle Affa
Bex
Bex
25 Jan 2015 - 12.20pm
I know the camera man on this lol, even though I was only 1 year old when this doco was made. I wish they gave the names of the guys talking, the name of whose funeral was attended and a bit more info as my partner mucked around with a few of these guys when he was young, younger than them just slightly, and he thinks he recognises a few of them.
brent
brent
24 Jan 2015 - 08.15pm
candy smith what was your hubby's name
aj todd
aj todd
27 Sep 2014 - 08.51am
not an 81 myself, but good to see something worth watching.
mike g
mike g
7 Apr 2014 - 09.26pm
This is the sort of thing that should be on tv instead of repeating yank sitcoms. This is a part of NZ's history and I enjoyed it. HAMC the originals!
Candy  Smith
Candy Smith
12 Oct 2013 - 03.03pm
my husband was in the HA's he too hailed from GI and Bunny was president at the time. If Jason Berry's uncle is the Brent i remember my husband could be in some of those photos.
jason berry
jason berry
28 Jun 2013 - 12.37pm
my uncle brent nurse from g.i was in with the angels at this time, he got some awesome photos.
Bykee
Bykee
28 Jun 2013 - 10.39am
I was away overseas serving my country (New Zealand Army) at this time. I wonder what these guys were doing for their country.
Simon
Simon
28 Jun 2013 - 08.30am
look at the hair and the fact that the Easy Rider poster is there proves that it couldn't be the 60's (unless late 1969)
Skeeter
Skeeter
28 Jun 2013 - 12.45am
Two distinctive H.A. styles of colours can be seen in this clip. From memory, they changed 3 times. When Bunny came back with the charter he also had the first legit colours sanctioned by the then Mother Chapter... Berdoo (San Bernadino). When Sonny Barger became National Pres in the US the Oakland Chapter changed the colours to the current Deaths Head. This went on to become international.

Not just Angels in these clips. I recognised Lightening from the Epitaph Riders (Christchurch) and Gealey from Wellingtons 25 Club. Also visible was the first Outlaws (Napier) patch as well.

Interisland Ferry scene was when the ferry went from Wellington to Lyttleton. Tunnel shots were in the Christchurch-Lyttleton road tunnel back in the late sixties to early seventies when the toll was still operating. Fairground scene was at Caroline Bay (Timaru) during New Years.
-Skeeter, ERMC.
gareth scott
gareth scott
11 Feb 2013 - 08.58am
I didn't see one set of Angels colours!
Paul Ward
Paul Ward (NZ On Screen team)
5 Feb 2013 - 09.51am
@Angel Mary: we've heard back from people involved in the production, and it was filmed from 1970 - 1971. As it was banned by NZBC it never screened on television, but it was commissioned as part of a series called 'Survey' that ran in the early 70s.
Angel Mary
Angel Mary
4 Feb 2013 - 12.48pm
Listen to the music! ... look at the cars!! This clip was shot in the 60,s NOT the 70,s. Duh! look at the posters in the back ground. Easy rider, Brit Eckland and Jimi Hendrix.
Even the patch was the second patch that the Angels wore in the 60,s. We had a completely new patch designed by Animal (President 69- 72) for the 70's. The write up on the wall from the news paper clipping of the Pig on the River bank. That happened in the 60,s.
You people need to get the history right if you want to write about us.
You need to talk to the likes of Animal and Angel Mary if you want the truth. These guys were the small group of riders left in Hellensville, after the Pig and Bunny (the then President) went down and before the Angels were reformed with the South Auckland G.I, Panmure and Mt Roskill boys! ... Get it right!!! We were the next generation. The generation of the 70,s!!!
Angel Mary
Angel Mary
2 Feb 2013 - 09.25pm
I was married to one of the most notorious Hells Angel Presidents of the 70's. The only face I recognize here is Filthy Phill.
Who the hell are all the others? and where are all the Moari boys that made up most of the percentage of Angels at that time?
We were involved in the Angels till 74-76. What year was this clip made. These guys are definitely not a good representation of Angels of our time.
Ernest Martel
Ernest Martel
27 Oct 2012 - 08.25pm
I think Turk Butler has a good point.

I am 15 year old and suffer from cerebral palsy, but even me think I can beat up these nerds.
bob
bob
6 Sep 2012 - 10.26am
there was also a Brian Edwards interview with assorted bikers mainly south islanders I think that screened in 1973 that was part of an examination of gang culture that also caused a minor furore one of the interviewed Mongrol Mob members repeated use of the term Bullshit tsk tsk
1% Upright
1% Upright
1 Sep 2012 - 01.45pm
@Paddy- just exactly what I was thinking!!! Hiding behind a keyboard,makes some feel important&they can trash talk those they don't know&prob lucky that person isn't known.(Just for reasons of upsetting people like me-friends of many that "Turk" could never have the proper friendship&loyalty of)Lonely soul!
Jemono
Jemono
31 Aug 2012 - 04.21pm
I think one of those guys is a former boss. Any chance you could confirm if Haydn Howell was in this?
Paddy
Paddy
31 Aug 2012 - 11.33am
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These bums would have been wasted by the 70's Black Power!

Then why didnt they?

Talk is cheap and easy on the net
Paul Ward
Paul Ward (NZ On Screen team)
30 Aug 2012 - 10.54am
Hi Brian. This info is from director John Charles: "The musicians were Simon Morris (guitar, vocal), Bill Lake (bass guitar, vocal - terrific (I thought) solo vocal on 'I Will Not Think About Tomorrow'), Jeff Kennedy (drums) and myself (keyboards). Composer and music director was of course Ian McDonald."
brian
brian
28 Aug 2012 - 08.33am
soundtrack sounded good, who were the artists?.
1% Upright
1% Upright
27 Aug 2012 - 05.45pm
Uuuummm! Wow! Quite the statement!
Turk Butler
Turk Butler
11 Aug 2012 - 11.49am
These bums would have been wasted by the 70's Black Power!
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