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The Wild One (1953)

The Wild One (1953)

The Wild One is an iconic film that was released in 1953, directed by László Benedek. Starring Marlon Brando, Lee Marvin, and Mary Murphy, this movie left a lasting impact on the world of cinema and pop culture.

Set in the fictional town of Wrightsville, the story revolves around two motorcycle gangs, The Black Rebels and The Beetles, who descend upon the sleepy town, causing havoc and chaos wherever they go. Marlon Brando portrays the enigmatic and brooding gang leader, Johnny Strabler, while Lee Marvin takes on the role of the villainous motorcycle gang rival, Chino.

The film explores themes of rebellion, alienation, and the clash between generations. Brando's character, Johnny, represents the embodiment of teenage rebellion, capturing the essence of youth counterculture in the 1950s. His iconic portrayal and performance on-screen became a defining moment in Brando's acting career.

The Wild One also sparked controversy upon its release due to its depiction of biker culture and rebellious behavior. The film was initially banned in several countries and faced censorship due to concerns about its potential influence on impressionable young viewers. However, this controversy ultimately added to the film's allure, cementing its status as a cult classic.

One of the standout aspects of The Wild One is its memorable soundtrack, featuring a mix of rock and roll, rhythm and blues, and jazz. The music perfectly complements the rebellious atmosphere of the film, encapsulating the spirit of youthful defiance. Songs like "The Wild One" by Johnny Pilgrim and "The Devil's Motorcycle" by The Thunders add an electrifying energy to the movie, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

If you're looking to immerse yourself in the soundscape of The Wild One, you can play and download these iconic sounds here. Relive the thrilling moments of Johnny Strabler riding his motorcycle through the dusty streets, the intense biker gang confrontations, and the adrenaline-filled escapades that make this film truly unforgettable.

Even after almost seven decades since its release, The Wild One remains a seminal work in American cinema. Its influence can be felt in subsequent movies, television shows, and even in the world of music. So, grab your popcorn and prepare for a wild ride through the rebellious world of The Wild One.

A bunch gets together after all week, it builds up. The idea is to have a ball.
A couple anyway.
A picnic? Man, you are too square. I'll have to straighten you out.
About this town, they've got a doc here.
All right, let's get rolling.
All right, okay, okay. That's enough. Now, stop it. That's all.
All right, quiet! I'm gonna take you both down and lock you up.
All right. Come in, sit down.
Always going someplace. Crazy, excited.
And buy a cup of coffee or something...
And he said, "What have you got?" "What have you got?"
And he'd like me right away and he'd take me with him.
And I'll beat the living Christmas out of you.
And it's lucky, the way you drive.
And let you go.
And see how she fights back a tear while her hero bleeds to death in the street.
And they'll go into the last lap. Last time around coming up.
And this guy:
And tomorrow I'm someplace else and I don't even know you or nothing.
And you'd better show up.
And you'll never see daylight again as long as you live.
Anybody who thinks they're too good for me...
Anybody who wants to stay and talk some more...
Are we gonna wait for Crazy, or are we gonna get out of this dump?
Aren't you Miss...? Taken about that.
Arrest all these boys? All 30 or 40 of them and whatever there is?
Art Kleiner's too old to be driving an automobile.
Beats me. Looking for somebody to push them around...
Ben, business before pleasure.
Boy, I'd sure like to win me $5000.
Boy, was I green. Was I really green.
Break it up, break it up. Put these trophies back. All of you, stand back.
Break it up. Break it up. Break it up.
Bugs get on them, cause trouble sometimes...
Bunch of motorcycles came through this way yesterday.
But a man's dead on account of something you let get started...
But a tyre iron either hit the boy or the motorcycle, and it went wild.
But I forgot everything. It felt good. Is that what you do?
But I gleebed it off a guy that didn't win it either.
But I know it couldn't happen again in a million years.
But I'm gonna take a big, fat chance...
But if you don't do something, you're worse than any of them.
But in the right way, not from you.
But looks like anything that might develop into real trouble....
But once the trouble was on its way, I was just going with it.
But regardless of what happened to old Jimmy...
But something changed in me. She got to me.
But that's later, anyway. This is where it begins for me.
But two wrongs never made anything right.
But we had a lot of yaks anyway, didn't we, Johnny?
But we had a lot of yaks anyway, didn't we?
Call the militia.
Can have an ice cream social with Bill. Anybody don't, can come with me.
Charlie Thomas is a bully. He was a bully in the third grade.
Chino needs it. It makes Chino feel like a big, strong man.
Chino will be surprised when he wakes up.
Chino, come on, get up, boy. Don't let him make a fool out of you.
Chino's giving him the needle, and your boyfriend don't go for that.
Clutches the gold to her breast.
Come on, Al! Come on! Come on! Thattaboy! Come on!
Come on, Bleeker!
Come on, Chino!
Come on, get everybody together.
Come on, get off the track!
Come on, get up, you big hero.
Come on, Johnny, let's go inside, have a beer...
Come on, Johnny. Let's go someplace.
Come on, Leroy. Come on, Johnny, go!
Come on, up and over!
Come on!
Come on.
Come on.
Come on.
Come on. That's it. Thumb me.
Crazy as any place else.
Crazy.
Dad, they've got Johnny. They're taking him....
Dad.
Dig that cat, daddy o.
Do you want to?
Don't do that.
Don't fight, boys. Plenty more where this came from. It's ice cold too.
Don't know themselves, probably.
Don't take that away from Chino. It's so beautiful.
Don't you know?
Don't you remember? Britches.
Don't you want to say anything to these people?
Dorothy. I guess you're right.
Drink and....
Even though you didn't start it.
Every one of you monkeys is down in my book, and all the damage will be paid for.
Fine. Go someplace else and cause trouble.
Frogface, dear friend, we are being parted.
From Fresno to here, hoping you was dead.
Get away from that boy. Get back.
Get on.
Get up.
Go ahead.
Go get him, Chino. Come on, go get him! Go get him, Chino!
Go, go, go!
Go, go, go.
Go, go.
Go.
Goodbye, Dorothy. Go on, take the day off, Dorothy.
Harry, how did all this get started anyway?
Harry, look, you're too soft hearted. This is no time for kindness.
Harry, you seen how it happened.
Haven't you anything to say?
He can really go. He can really screw it on.
He didn't like that.
He got his clutch overhauled.
He hasn't got any business being a cop. No more than you have with that.
He ran his motorcycle in front of my car.
He said, "Black Rebels Motorcycle Club."
He was afraid of making a mistake. He's afraid of losing his job.
He was trying to stop it. He was going to leave.
He wasn't doing anything.
He's a fake, like you.
He's okay, but you don't get on his back. He don't like nobody on his back.
He's the town joke and I'm stuck with him.
Heave, ho! Heave, ho!
Hello, Dorothy, get me the sheriff's office in Elsburgh.
Hello.
Hello. Hello, hello.
Help the man out! Help the man out!
Help the man out! Help the man out!
Hey, baby!
Hey, can I help you?
Hey, Chino, wake up.
Hey, Chino. Chino, come on, get up.
Hey, Crazy, man, go, go, go!
Hey, Crazy, you can't sleep in the street.
Hey, fellas, come here. Look what Johnny won.
Hey, fellas, drag for beers. Who wants to drag for beers?
Hey, gas man.
Hey, get off the track! Get off the track.
Hey, guys, look. New talent. Hey, fellas.
Hey, Johnny, look.
Hey, Johnny, where are we going?
Hey, Johnny, write my mother a letter and tell her I'm in the can!
Hey, Johnny.
Hey, Johnny.
Hey, Johnny.
Hey, look what's in here. Hello, baby.
Hey, pops, give me one of those crazy beers, will you, man?
Hey, the fire went out!
Hey, the Rebels are here! Hey, the Rebels! Come on!
Hey, these are keen! Johnny, get a load of this.
Hey, they've got a hotel here.
Hey, what do you do around here? Anything ever happen?
Hey, what kind of outfits? Say that again.
Hey, what's the matter with you? Second place?
Hey, where can I get me one of these jazzy suits?
Hey, where do we eat?
Hey, who are you? What are you doing here? You a cop or something?
Hey, write my mother a letter...
Hey, you dummy, come here.
Hey, you gentlemen ordered some coffee.
Hey, you guys! Johnny says we're gonna hang around and wait for Crazy.
Hey, you want room service? We'll leave a call for you.
Hey!
Hey.
Hey.
Hey. Quit it.
Hi, Johnny.
Hi, sweetheart. What are you doing in this miserable gully, Johnny, my love?
Hillman taking a tumble. And Jones doing very well to avoid him too.
Hold on, there.
How about you go gleeb one someplace for yourself, huh?
How are you doing, blondie? Hey, baby. Where you going?
How the whole mess happened, I don't know.
Hurry up. Hurry up.
I asked, "What are you rebelling against, Johnny?"
I came to look for you.
I can slap you around to show you how good you are...
I can't explain it, sad chick like that.
I didn't kill nobody. Those guys were after me and I just took off. That's all.
I didn't know what happened to you. It's been a year I didn't see you.
I didn't win it. I just gleebed it.
I don't even think they know where they're going.
I don't get you.
I don't get your act at all. And I don't think you do, either.
I don't go all the way with Charlie either. But we've got to protect ourselves.
I don't know if there is any good in you. I don't know if there's anything in you...
I don't know what he's tried or hasn't tried. This boy's in my custody.
I don't know why, but I'm not afraid of you now.
I don't know.
I don't know.
I don't know. Wherever he was going, I guess.
I don't like cops.
I don't think you know what you're trying to do, or how to do it.
I have to stay here as long as we're busy.
I just wondered if you still wanted to give it to me, that's all.
I knew somebody was gonna get killed. I couldn't get anybody to listen to me.
I know he was leaving.
I listen to the radio. Music, that is. News is no good, excites people.
I located my daughter. She went home. Do you want to talk to her?
I love you, Johnny.
I made a deal with a cop once.
I make sure I knock them over sometime.
I mean, he ought to turn one way or the other. You know what I mean?
I missed you. Ever since the club split up, I missed you.
I said, "What does 'BRMC' mean?"
I spotted him for the ringleader the first five minutes.
I swung my wheel over as hard as I could, but they... Take a look at that.
I think you ordered some coffee. The young lady's waiting for you.
I think you're stupid. Real stupid and real lucky.
I thought I was really living it up. I had me a guy and we were really gonna go.
I tried to miss him, then he hit me.
I tried to talk to him.
I used to think about it a lot after my mother died.
I want to know how you've been, Johnny.
I want to look like a street cleaner too.
I wanted to make it the way I always thought it would be sometime...
I wanted to touch you. I wanted to try, anyway.
I wasn't trying to get away from him. I was just trying to get away.
I wish I was going someplace.