As Billy and "Captain America," Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda motored down the highway on their Harley Davidsons to the roaring strains of Steppenwolf's "Born to Be Wild," the definitive counterculture blockbuster was born. The former clean-cut teen star Hopper's down-and-dirty directorial debut, Easy Rider heralded the arrival of a new voice in film, one positioned firmly, angrily against the mainstream. After Easy Rider-with its radical, New Wave-style editing, outsider-rock soundtrack, revelatory performance by a young Jack Nicholson, and explosive ending-the American road trip would never be the same.
- Audio commentary featuring director Dennis Hopper
- Easy Rider: Shaking the Cage, a 1999 documentary featuring behind-the-scenes footage
- Footage of Hopper and star Peter Fonda at Cannes in 1969
- New video interview with BBS's Steve Blauner