Angel Unchained is a 1970 exploitation biker crime drama directed by Lee Madden and produced by American International Pictures. It follows the biker Angel (played by Don Stroud) as he leaves the motorcycle gang he has belonged to so as to try to lead a more upright, reflective life. In doing so he meets Tremaine (played by Luke Askew) who is the leader of a pacifist commune. The members of this commune are getting hassled by locals in the town so Angel calls in his old biker friends for help. However the current bike gang leader named Shotgun (played by Bill McKinney) and the bikers hate the hippies of the commune. However they set aside their mutual hatred of each other to join forces and stop the dune buggy riding redneck ranchers that have been violent to all of them.