Easy Rider 50th Anniversary

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  • Clip: Don't Worry Billy

Movie Info & Cast


Restored in 4K by Sony Pictures Entertainment, Easy Rider returns to cinemas for a special 50th Anniversary event! A film that Time Magazine hails as "one of the ten most important pictures of the decade" experience the real, uncensored '60s counterculture in this compelling mixture of drugs, sex, and armchair politics. In the role that catapulted him to stardom, Jack Nicholson portrays an alcoholic attorney who hooks up with two part-time, drug-dealing motorcyclists (Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper) in search of their "American Dream". Heading from California to New Orleans, they sample the highs and lows of America the beautiful in a stoned-out quest for life's true meaning. Nominated for an Academy Award(r) (1969) for Best Screenplay (written by Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper and Terry Southern), Easy Rider continues to touch a chord with audiences everywhere. The event will feature an exclusive introduction from Peter Fonda!


  • Peter Fonda
  • Dennis Hopper
  • Antonio Mendoza
  • Phil Spector
  • Mac Mashourian
  • Warren Finnerty
  • Tita Colorado
  • Luke Askew
  • Luana Anders
  • Sabrina Scharf

Did You Know?


  • (Cameo) Phil Spector: The cocaine dealer.
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Verified Review

It was better 50 years ago

Bill K
Verified Review

Easy Rider is more than just 2 guys on bikes, riding across country. It's the penultimate movie about freedom, and what it takes to be free. It also shows that, even though it was set in the turbulent 1960's America, some things are unfortunately still the same in the country. If you've never seen it, it's a must see. If you've seen it dozens of times, like me, see it again. And, definitely see it on the big screen.

George S



Someday it was inevitable that a great film would come along, utilizing the motorcycle genre, the same way the great Westerns suddenly made everyone realize they were a legitimate American art form, Easy Rider is the picture.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times