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Albino
Albino (1976)
Directed by Jürgen Goslar, West Germany / UK / USA / South Africa / Zimbabwe
In Africa, Saly (Sybil Danning) is abducted, raped and murdered by an albino terrorist (Horst Frank) and his gang who are hell-bent on destroying the barriers between the white population and the black natives. Saly's father Bill, the local police chief (played by Christopher Lee), goes after the him. With James Faulkner and Trevor Howard. Made the same year as director Goslar's Slavers (also available). Rated R

The Baron
The Baron (aka Black Baron, aka Black Cue, 1977)
Directed by Phillip Fentry, USA
Rare drama about a man that borrows mob-connected money to finance an all-Black cast movie! Calvin Lockhart and Richard Lynch star with joan Blondell and Marlene Clark. Rated R

The Black Connection
The Black Connection (aka Run N***** Run , 1974)
Directed by Michael Finn, USA
Bobby Stevens is a man caught in the middle of a mob war! With lots of music by soul sensations The Checkmates Ltd. The DVD-R includes 2 original theatrical trailers! Rated R

Black Emmanuelle
Black Emmanuelle (aka Emmanuelle In Africa, 1975)
Directed by “Albert Thomas” (Bitto Albertini), Italy / Spain
The first in a long series of erotic softcore sex films that put gorgeous dark-skinned beauty Laura Gemser on the map! Newspaper reporter Emmanuelle (Gemser) travels to Africa to work on a story and becomes sexually involved with a married couple. With Karin Schubert, Gabriele Tinti and an excellent score by Nico Fidenco! Looks great! DVD-R includes the original theatrical trailer! (Lots of other Laura Gemser titles in our "Erotica" section!)
Rated R

Black Emanuelle, White Emanuelle
Black Emanuelle, White Emanuelle ("Emanuelle bianca e nera", 1976)
Directed by Mario Pinzauti, Italy
Shot back-to-back with the inferior "Mandinga", this similarly themed film stars Malisa Longo as Emanuelle, a bitchy southern Belle who torments the slaves on her father's plantation. After her intended fiancee takes a liking to one particular slave (Rita Manna), Emanuelle sets about making things miserable for everyone! Ultra-sleazy period piece trash for sure! Rated R

Black Fist
Black Fist (aka The Black Streetfighter, 1975)
Directed by Timothy Galfas & Richard Kaye, USA
Richard Lawson stars as Leroy "The Fist" Fisk, a Black mob-trained heavyweight boxer. When his wife and child are killed during a gang confrontation, he singlehandedly takes on the underworld thugs to seek his vengeance! With Philip Michael Thomas and Dabney Coleman. Rated R

Black Klansman
The Black Klansman (aka I Crossed The Color Line, 1966)
Directed by Ted V. Mikels, USA
When the daughter of a light-skinned black man is murdered by the Klan, he manages to fool their pointed heads going undercover as a new member in order to expose their villainy! A surprisingly well-made black & white drama from the director of “Astro Zombies”!

Blind Rage
Blind Rage (1978)
Directed by Efren C. Piñon, Philippines
Outrageous crime thriller about a bank heist performed by a group of criminals whom are all blind! Starring Fred Williamson, Tony Ferrer, Leila Hermosa and D'Urville Martin. DVD-R includes the original theatrical trailer! Rated R

Brothers Brothers (1977)
Directed by Arthur Barron, USA
Starring Bernie Casey, Vonetta McGee and Ron O'Neal. Rated R

Candy Tangerine Man
The Candy Tangerine Man (1975)
Directed by "Matt Cimber" (Matteo Ottaviano), USA
John Daniels stars as a part-time pimp keeping his profession a secret from his family. Notorious for it's violence and rough language, this hard-to-find blaxploiter stands out from the others!
Rated R

Charley-One-Eye Charley-One-Eye (1973)
Directed by Don Chaffey, UK / USA
Raw Western starring Richard Roundtree, Roy Thinnes, Nigel Davenport, Jill Pearson and Aldo Sambrell. Rated R

Darktown Strutters
Darktown Strutters (1975)
Directed by William Witney, USA
Here's an odd comedy that seems to have been overlooked a bit. A bizarre fantasy / blaxploitation / social satire with a few soulful musical numbers courtesy of The Dramatics! 4 female biker mama's riding tri-hogs search Watts for queen biker Syreena's (Trina Parks) kidnapped mother Cinderella. Turns out there's a racist fast-food magnate named Cross (Norman Bartold who is intentionally made to be a dead ringer for Colonel Sanders!). He has ties with the KKK (who also ride motorbikes!) and has plans to clone himself using a bizarre birth machine! The film does touch on a few social issues but the approach is so satirical that it comes across as nothing you've ever seen! For instance, the violence is enhanced with Hanna-Barbara-like cartoon sound effects, and the police (including genre fave Dick Miller) are portrayed as total stumbling dimwits who constantly screw up. The Dramatics sing their hit "What You See Is What You Get"! Sure, it is ultra-lowbudget (produced by Gene Corman, Roger's brother!) and some of the jokes misfire, but that just adds to the weirdness! Rated R

Death Dimension
Death Dimension (aka Kill Factor aka Black Eliminator, 1978)
Directed by Al Adamson, USA
Starring Jim Kelly, Harold Sakata, George Lazenby and Terry Moore.

The Devil's Daughter
The Devil's Daughter (1939)
Directed by George Terwilliger, USA
Rare voodoo tale with an all-black cast! This obscure early Black cast movie, about 1 hour in length, is $10.00.

Devil's Express see Gang Wars below

Drum
Drum (1976)
UNCUT VERSION
Directed by Steve Carver & Burt Kennedy, USA
I had waited for years to see this follow-up to "Mandingo" (both movies were based on novels by Kyle Onstott and star Ken Norton) and after finally getting to see it I thought it was much better than what I had heard! Drum is a young boy who, unbeknownst to him, was born of a black father and a white mother (Marianna, played by Isela Vega). The mother becomes the madam of a brothel and has Drum raised by a black woman posing as his birth mother. He grows up to be an enormously strong but very gentle person. After being forced into a fight with a slave named Blaise (Yaphet Kotto who is excellent) by a gay slave trader, Drum is sent away to be the butler to slave breeder Hammond Maxwell (well portrayed by Warren Oates). It is here that most of the movie takes place, as Oates attempts to get to know his ex-prostitute but now prim-and-proper new wife (played by Fiona Richmond) and deals with his naughty blond daughter (played by a very young looking Rainbeaux Smith) who spends most of her time prick-teasing the male slaves! With an unfortunately short appearance by Pam Grier. Rated R

Fox Style
Fox Style (1973)
Directed by Clyde Houston, USA
Chuck Daniel is A.J. Fox, a country born Black man now operating a city nightclub, who tries to save a factory from back home that is going under. Co-starring Juanita Moore. Rated R

Gang Wars Gang Wars (aka Devil's Express, 1976)
Directed by Barry Rosen, USA
Amazing low-budget Black kung-fu vs. subway zombie masterpiece! Words fail me! Low-budget Blaxploit / martial arts / horror hybrid! A real mess, but fun! And thre's a zombie in the subway systetm so how bad could it be? Starring Warhawk Tanzania. Rated R

Getting Over
Getting Over (1980)
Directed by Bernie Rollins, USA
John Daniels, the "Candy Tangerine Man" himself, stars as Mike, a man with the dream of making it big in the music industry. He gets conned by a bigoted mobster / board chairman and has his label, "Impossible Funky Records" taken over! Co-starring Gwen Brisco with musical performances by soul group The Love Machine.

Gordon's War

Gordon's War (1973)
Directed by Ossie Davis, USA
Starring Paul Winfield, Carl Lee and David Downing. Rated R

Hiding Place Hiding Place (1999?)
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Directed by Lamson Yesuf, Nigeria

Ultra-rare shot-on-video horror film spoken in the English language! Very low-budget and sometimes the dialogue is hard to hear. The shot-on-video look seems more like an early 1980s production with a somewhat poor video quality look.

The Hitter
The Hitter (1979)
Directed by Christopher Leitch, USA
Boxer Ron O'Neal tries to move on with his life after accidentally killing an opponent in the ring. He gets involved with a bad crowd which leads to a violent climax! An underrated Black drama from the '70s! Also starring Adolph Caesar and Sheila Frazier. Rated R

Honky
Honky (1971)
Directed by William A. Graham, USA
Dramatic story of the love between 2 Midwest high school students, beautiful black Sheila (Brenda Sykes) and handsome white Wayne (John Neilson). Their rebellious nature gets them involved in a marijuana deal and ends tragically when their true feelings are exposed. With music by Quincy Jones. The DVD-R includes the original theatrical trailer! Rated R

Legend of N****r Charly
The Legend of N****r Charley (1973)
Directed by Martin Goldman, USA
Hard-to-find Black western. Starring Fred Williamson as Charley with D'Urville Martin, Don Pedro Colley, Gertrude Jeannette and Marcia McBroom. DVD-R includes the original theatrical trailer! See also The Soul of N***** Charly (below).

Mandinga
Mandinga (1976)
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Directed by Mario Pinzauti, Italy
Sexploitation rip-off of "Mandingo" shot back-to-back with Pinzauti's superior Black Emanuelle, White Emanuelle. Antonio Gismondi and Paola D'Egidio star. Rated R

Melinda directed by Hugh A. Robertson, 1972 Melinda (1972)
Directed by Hugh A. Robertson, USA
Starring Calvin Lockhart, Rosalind Cash and Vonetta McGee and with Jim Kelly in a smaller role. Rated R

Savage
Savage! (aka Black Valor, 1973)
Directed by Cirio H. SantiagoPhilippines / USA
Hard-to-find Blaxploitation! James Inglehardt is Savage, a big, Black and bad mutherfucker ready to take on anyone, the cops or the cons, with his all-girl gang! With Lada Edmund, Carol Speed and Sally Jordan.
DVD-R includes the original theatrical trailer! Rated R (Note: We sell the funky Don Julian soundtrack on import LP!)

slavers
Slavers (1976)
Directed by Jurgen Goslar, W. Germany
Brutal and effective exploitation drama about the final days of the slave harvest in Africa. Trevor Howard stars with Britt Ekland, Ray Milland and Cameron Mitchell. From the director of "Albino" (also available). DVD-R includes the original theatrical trailer. Rated R

Dionne Warwick, Ossie Davis and Stephen Boyd in Slaves (1969)

Slaves (1969)
Directed by Herbert J. Biberman, USA
RECENTLY ADDED! Details coming soon, movie available now! Starring Dionne Warwick, Ossie Davis and Stephen Boyd. Very hard to find! Rated R


Soul of N****r Charley The Soul of N****r Charley (1973)
WIDE-SCREEN PICTURE
Directed by Larry G. Spangler, USA
Hard-to-find Black Western sequel! Starring Fred Williamson as Charley with D'Urville Martin and Denise Nicholas. DVD-R includes the original theatrical trailer. Please note that the color is washed-out looking on this and there are some occasional "pops" in the sound. That being said, we have re-corrected the screen ratio on this hard-to-find rarity! Rated R. See also The Legend of N***** Charly (above).

Speeding Up Time
Speeding Up Time (1971)
Directed by John Evans, USA
Obscure artsy Blaxploitation about a man named Marcus (Winston Thrash) who searches the ghetto looking for the person responsible for setting fire to a tenement that resulted in his Mother's death. From the director of "The Black Godfather"!
Rated R

Tamango
Tamango (La Rivolta dell'esperanza, 1958)
Directed by John Berry, Italy / France
Starring Dorothy Dandridge and Curd Jürgens.

Together Brothers
Together Brothers (1974)
Directed by William A. Graham, USA
Starring Ahmad Nurradin, Anthony Wilson and Nelson Sims. Original score by Barry White!

Top of the Heap
Top of the Heap (1972)
Directed by Christopher St. John, USA
Director and “Shaft” co-star St. John stars as a Washington , DC cop who’s fed up with his life! His homelife is a wreck, his mistress (Paula Kelly) treats him like shit, and his superiors are always on his case! He becomes a ticking tome bomb! An unusual film with some strange dream sequences! Rated R

Tough Guys Tough Guys (Italian title: Uomini duri aka Three Tough Guys, 1974)
ENGLISH LANGUAGE WITH DUTCH SUBTITLES
Directed by Duccio Tessari, Italy / France / USA
A tough city priest (Lino Ventura) and an ex-cop (Isaac Hayes) team up to get the bank robbers that got away and cost the officer his job! With Paula Kelly and Fred Williamson in a rare "bad guy" role! A hard-to-find blaxploit crime drama from Italian director Tessari with a great music score from Hayes!
Also starring Paula Kelly! The DVD-R includes the original theatrical trailer! Rated R

Three Tough Guys see Tough Guys (above)

Up Tight! Up Tight! (1968)
Directed by Jules Dassin, USA
Starring Raymond St. Jacques, Ruby Dee, Frank Silvera, Roscoe Lee Browne, Julian Mayfield, Janet MacLachlan, Max Julien and Juanita Moore. Original score by Booker T and the MGs! Picture is slightly window-boxed. Rated R

Velvet Smooth Velvet Smooth (1976)
Directed by Michael Fink, USA
Johnnie Hill is the lean, tall and mean Velvet, the female head of a detective agency who is hired by a crime lord to figure out who's taking his action. Rated R.

The Zebra Killer The Zebra Killer (aka Combat Cops aka Panic City, 1974)
Directed by William Girdler, USA
A white man in black face makeup is committing horrible acts of murder and terrorizing the city! Can he be stopped? Starring Juanita Moore, Austin Stoker, James Carroll Pickett and Hugh Smith.
DVD-R includes the original theatrical trailer!

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