|Directed by||Edward L. Cahn|
|Produced by||Alex Gordon|
|Written by||Lou Rusoff|
|Music by||Albert Glasser|
|Distributed by||American International Pictures (US)|
- Anne Neyland as Terry Lindsay
- Steve Terrell as Randy
- John Ashley as Nick Rogers
- Carl Switzer as Speed
- Raymond Hatton as Uncle Ed
- Russ Bender as Lt. Joe Watson
- Jean Moorhead as Marilyn
- Scott Peters as Hank
- Eddie Kafafian as Jack
- Shirley Falls as Darlene
- Aki Aleong as Cyrus Q. Wong
- Wayne Taylor as Phil
Filming was held up when star John Ashley was drafted into the army. It was shot during two weeks when he was on leave after basic training.
The Los Angeles Times called it "commendably free of unhealthy sensationalism... tells its unpretentious little moral simply enough."
The Monthly Film Bulletin said the film "without being positively vicious... has its fair share of violence and unpleasantness."
Diabolique magazine claimed Ashley gave the best performance.
Film director John Carpenter listed the movie as one of his guilty pleasures. "Good guy teen Steve Terrell vs. cool bad guy teen John Ashley on motorcycles. Anne Neyland has some trouble deciding between them. Carl (Alfalfa) Switzer is the comic relief. Russ Bender tries to help testosterone-fueled teens go straight and narrow. Very cool."
- Lamont, John (1990). "The John Ashley Filmography". Trash Compactor (Volume 2 No. 5 ed.). p. 26.
- Sanders, Don and Susan (1997). The American Drive-In Movie Theatre. Motorbooks International. p. 121. ISBN 0-7603-0425-4.
- "FILM EVENTS". Los Angeles Times. Mar 5, 1957. ProQuest 167105474.
- Mark McGee, Faster and Furiouser: The Revised and Fattened Fable of American International Pictures, McFarland, 1996 p133
- Schallert, E. (Aug 10, 1957). "'Seven for sinners' due to match roman, horton; elaine davis signed". Los Angeles Times. ProQuest 167173023.
- C, S. (Nov 22, 1957). "Romances of cycle hounds told in film". Los Angeles Times. ProQuest 167171207.
- "MOTORCYCLE GANG". Monthly Film Bulletin. 25. 1958. p. 36 – via ProQuest.
- Vagg, Stephen (December 2019). "A Hell of a Life: The Nine Lives of John Ashley". Diabolique Magazine.[permanent dead link]
- Carpenter, J. (1996). "John Carpenter's guilty pleasures". Film Comment. 32 (5). pp. 50–53. ProQuest 210277066.
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