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Choppertown: The Sinners

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Documentary, Action/Adventure
Release Date:August 15, 2005
Running time:98 minutes
Cast:Rico Fodrey, Rob Fortier, Cole Foster, Gary Frye, James Intveld
Director:Zack Coffman, Scott Di Lalla
Producer:Zack Coffman, Scott Di Lalla
Writer:Zack Coffman, Scott Di Lalla
Distributor:One World Studios Ltd.

Description: Custom chopper builder and punk rock guitarist Kutty Noteboom builds his "working man's" chopper from the ground up with the help of his good friend Rico and the rest of the Sinners. As they criss-cross California finding parts and trying to stay out of trouble, we learn that there is more to these tough bikers than meets the eye.

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