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TITLE:
C.C. and Company

DIRECTOR:
Seymour Robbie

YEAR:
1970

CAST:
Joe Namath, Ann-Margret, Don Chastain, William Smith and Greg Mullavey

VIDEO QUALITY:
9.5 out of 10 / A

ASPECT RATIO:
4:3 Fullscreen

REGION CODE: 0
Region All / Free DVD-R (playable worldwide)

FORMAT:
NTSC

SYNOPSIS:
C.C. Ryder (Joe Namath) is a biker who rescues Ann McCalley (Ann-Margret) from a rape attempt by a gang of malevolent hippies. She makes love with him to show her appreciation, but their romance meets with obstacles when gang-leader Moon (William Smith) seeks revenge for C.C.'s interference. They battle for control over both the gang and Ann.

At the time of its release, "C.C. and Company" was a cultural icon. It was probably the most quoted 1970 film in schools and workplaces. The most immortal line was Moon's convoluted declaration to C.C. that: "We got the club here see and you are way over there". And just about everything the straight-arrow moto-cross racer Eddie Ellis (Don Chastain) said was an instant classic. "That's what gives motorcycling a bad name" and "You talking to me" (he said the line before Robert De Niro!)

Namath was chosen because of his hero status as a football player in the 1970 Super-Bowl upset by the New York Jets over the highly favored Baltimore Colts. Brash Broadway Joe predicted a win and made sure it was not an idle boast. Joe delivers a lot of charm, some very credible action sequences, and a scene where he actually exhibits some acting skill (or at least an awareness of the acting craft). This scene occurs early in the film when his club disrupts a moto-cross race. Joe is sitting on his bike watching the fun when he spots Ann looking on in shock. Joe wordlessly conveys a sudden embarrassment over the actions of his associates. The scene works, in part because of good editing, but also because Namath obviously understands the process.

The writer and co-producer was Roger Smith, Ann-Margret's husband. Producers Alan Carr and Smith chose to make an independent outlaw motorcycle picture, a sub-genre dominated by American International. While AI's films were normally distributed to drive-ins, Carr and Smith hoped to exploit the recent unexpected success of "Easy Rider"- a motorcycle movie that had played well in mainstream theaters. And this is just what they did with "C.C. and Company", using Avco Embassy to book the film into first-run theaters and into giving it extensive promotion. It would not play to drive-in audiences until 1971.

DISC FEATURES:
Titled menu with picture thumbnail, the name of the film, director and year of release.
Chapter points correspond to appropriate scene transitions within the film.
Inkjet-printed disc top that includes title, director and year of release.
The disc is housed in a slimline, soft plastic jewel case.
There is not insert sleeve art included.
All-Region playable Taiyo Yuden media.

PAYMENT:
PAYMENT IS VIA PAYPAL ONLY. YOU MUST EITHER HAVE A PAYPAL ACCOUNT, OR BE WILLING TO SIGN UP FOR ONE IN ORDER TO FUND THE PAYMENT.

Orders mail out within 1-2 business days after receiving payment.
WHEN ORDERING TWO OR MORE DVDs:
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This way, you will be sent an invoice with the correct combined shipping price.

REFUNDS & EXCHANGES:
Please note that there are no refunds given due to the ease with which recordable media can be copied. We will, however, replace any disc (for the same title) that is found to be defective.

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FIVE REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY FROM US:

1. VIDEO QUALITY IS ACCURATELY REPRESENTED BY THE ACTUAL SCREENSHOTS
Every screenshot you see comes from the actual DVD we are offering (as opposed to a movie poster, a random stock photo of one of the stars, a single screenshot of the title frame, or no screenshot at all).

2. WE TAKE EXTRA STEPS TO ENSURE YOU WILL RECEIVE THE BEST QUALITY VERSION AVAILABLE
Every effort is made to acquire the highest quality original video source (as opposed to a multi-generated copy). If necessary, steps are taken to correctly restore the source footage to improve the video (color correction, contrast, etc) or audio quality of any given recording. We often acquire up to 3 or 4 different versions of a title in an effort to find the best quality. Therefore, you won't need to spend more time or money in order to find a better version.

3. FAST, EFFICIENT CUSTOMER SERVICE & DELIVERY
Orders are mailed out within 2 business days after receiving payment (no wondering about when or if your item was sent - or waiting 2 weeks or more to get your order). You can also expect prompt responses to any emails or questions you might have pre or post-sale.

4. TOP-RATED TAIYO YUDEN DVD MEDIA IS USED IN ALL CASES
This is widely considered the best quality media brand in terms of long term reliability, as well as the most universally compatible (unlike cheaper, generic media that will likely cause playback problems in the future).

5. ALL DVDs FEATURE INKJET PRINTED DISC-TOP TITLES, POLY JEWEL CASES AND SECURE PACKAGING
We do our own disc-top printing to make the DVDs themselves more attractive and easily identifiable (no plain discs or titles written with a Sharpie, or stick-on labels that can cause playback problems). All of the DVDs are housed in slimline poly jewel cases (half the size of a regular CD case) and are mailed to you in rigid cardboard box mailers designed to accommodate this media (no discs in paper sleeves sent to you in flimsy paper envelopes). Please note that while the DVDs themselves have disc-top labeling, we do not provide insert-sleeve artwork for any of the titles offered. We prefer to spend our time acquiring, editing, and perfecting the actual video quality, rather than creating photocopied inserts.
NOTE: When ordering 4 or more DVDs, the discs will be mailed in black paper disc sleeves.
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We operate as a video conversion and transferring service offering rare music and film titles that are either out of print, not available commercially, or never released on video in any format. From custom-made live music DVDs, to rare film reproductions, we offer a wide variety of items to collectors including rare, lost films as well as high quality, film & music DVDs. Specializing in DVD authoring, video conversions and customized DVDs, we gather and compile rare footage sourced from live concerts, music-related footage, and hard to find films & TV specials from all over the world. All titles listed have been transferred onto high-quality DVD-R media, and are as such, Region-Free (All-Region, Code Free) DVD-R discs and playable worldwide. Please note that only a small portion of our full collection is listed here. If you're looking for anything in particular, please feel free to ask and we'll do our best to locate it. The actual video content on these DVD-R discs is offered for FREE from one collector to another. The price you are paying is for the transfer & conversion services we provide, the time involved in doing so, and the cost of media & packaging materials. We are collectors first and foremost; not commercial retailers. The titles here are offered as digital transfers from one collector to another. No rights or given or implied. All film-specific titles offered here are currently not available commercially within the U.S. and/or are believed to be in the public domain as defined by U.S. copyright law and the Berne Convention. Please note that we do not sell or trade official, factory released, or otherwise mass produced DVDs that are readily available through commercial outlets. Thus, if any of these titles become available commercially on DVD format, they will no longer be offered through us.

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