C. C. and Company (1970)

R | 94 mins | Melodrama | 1970

Director:

Seymour Robbie

Writer:

Roger Smith

Producers:

Allan Carr, Roger Smith

Cinematographer:

Charles Wheeler

Editor:

Fred Chulack

Production Companies:

Rogallan Productions, Namanco
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CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANIES
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
Asst dir
2d asst dir
PRODUCERS
Prod
Exec prod
WRITER
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dir of photog
Asst cam
Asst cam
FILM EDITOR
Film ed
COSTUMES
Cost des
Ward
MUSIC
VISUAL EFFECTS
Spec eff
Main titles
MAKEUP
Makeup
PRODUCTION MISC
Prod supv
Prod asst
Prod secy
Scr supv
Stills
Gaffer
Loc auditor
Asst auditor
Unit pub
SOURCES
SONGS
"Today," words and music by Lenny Stack and Janelle Cohen, sung by Ann-Margret
"I Can't Turn You Loose," words and music by Otis Redding, sung by Wayne Cochran and The C. C. Ryders
"Jenny Take a Ride," words and music by Robert S. Crewe, Jr., Enotris Johnson and Richard W. Penniman
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SONGS
"Today," words and music by Lenny Stack and Janelle Cohen, sung by Ann-Margret
"I Can't Turn You Loose," words and music by Otis Redding, sung by Wayne Cochran and The C. C. Ryders
"Jenny Take a Ride," words and music by Robert S. Crewe, Jr., Enotris Johnson and Richard W. Penniman
and "See See Rider," words and music by Gertrude McRainey, sung by Mitch Ryder.
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PERFORMER
DETAILS
Release Date:
1970
Premiere Information:
New York opening: 14 October 1970
Physical Properties:
Sound
Color
De Luxe, print by Movielab
Duration(in mins):
94
MPAA Rating:
R
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

C. C. Ryder, Lizard, and Crow, members of The Heads motorcycle gang, come upon Ann McCalley, a beautiful fashion correspondent whose limousine has broken down. Lizard and Crow attempt to rape her, but C. C. overpowers them and saves the young woman. The next day, as The Heads disrupt a motorcycle race, C. C. sees Ann photographing Eddie Ellis, one of the racers, and to impress her, C. C. steals a motorcycle and wins $600 in the race. Moon, the leader of The Heads, is already angry at C. C. for interfering with the rape of Ann and demands that C. C. turn the money over to the gang's treasury. When C. C. refuses, Moon beats him up and takes the money, but later that night, C. C. seduces Pom Pom, Moon's girl friend, and steals back the money. He then moves in with Ann, but The Heads kidnap her and hold her for $1,000 ransom. C. C. makes a counteroffer of double or nothing in a race against Moon. During the race, Moon's cycle swerves out of control, and he is killed. After setting fire to The Heads' motorcycles, C. C. runs away with ... +


C. C. Ryder, Lizard, and Crow, members of The Heads motorcycle gang, come upon Ann McCalley, a beautiful fashion correspondent whose limousine has broken down. Lizard and Crow attempt to rape her, but C. C. overpowers them and saves the young woman. The next day, as The Heads disrupt a motorcycle race, C. C. sees Ann photographing Eddie Ellis, one of the racers, and to impress her, C. C. steals a motorcycle and wins $600 in the race. Moon, the leader of The Heads, is already angry at C. C. for interfering with the rape of Ann and demands that C. C. turn the money over to the gang's treasury. When C. C. refuses, Moon beats him up and takes the money, but later that night, C. C. seduces Pom Pom, Moon's girl friend, and steals back the money. He then moves in with Ann, but The Heads kidnap her and hold her for $1,000 ransom. C. C. makes a counteroffer of double or nothing in a race against Moon. During the race, Moon's cycle swerves out of control, and he is killed. After setting fire to The Heads' motorcycles, C. C. runs away with Ann. +

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