These bad brothers are on the roll and ready for action. Prepare for 6 films, packed full of swagger and the biggest, baddest, and best dudes – ever!
THE BLACK SIX - Gene Washington, Carl Eller, 'Mean' Joe Greene - (1973) 85 min. - Rated R
A black high school student has been killed for dating a white girl, and his older brother with the five members of his biker gang, THE BLACK SIX, seek to avenge the young man's death. Featuring six then-current professional football stars in the first all-black biker film.
THE BLACK GESTAPO - Rod Perry, Charles Robinson, Phil Hoover - (1975) 89 min. - Rated R
When an African-American group in Watts wants to save their neighborhood from the Mafia, they create a People's Army to protect their citizens. But a second-in-command Colonel soon becomes extremely violent and tries to take control forcing a confrontation with General Ahmed to decide the fate of the squad.
BLACK BRIGADE- Richard Pryor, Billy Dee Williams, Robert Hooks - (1970) 70 min. - Not Rated
Set during World War II, an African-American army company is given orders to destroy an important dam in German territory. But with little combat experience and a prejudiced Captain in charge, the group must unify and fight the common enemy to help the Allies advance and end the war.
BLACK FIST - Richard Lawson, Dabney Coleman, Philip Michael Thomas - (1974) 93 min. - Rated R
Young Leroy Fisk is making his living on the streets of Los Angeles as a street fighter and working for a local mob boss. After a big payday from a fight, he buys his own club but soon must faces mob retribution that brings tragedy to his family and a thirst for revenge on those responsible.
THE BLACK GODFATHER- Rod Perry, Damu King, Tony Burton - (1974) 90 min. - Rated R
J.J. started on the streets and has worked his way up in the local crime scene. He is on the verge of running all of the action in the inner city except for the Mafia’s hold on the urban heroin trade. Hoping to shake that up, J.J. and his gang have decided it's an all-out war because everybody wants his body.
FIGHTING MAD - James Iglehart, Leon Isaac, Jayne Kennedy - (1978) 90 min. - Rated R
An American soldier on his way home from Vietnam is betrayed and left for dead on a remote island. Rescued by two Japanese soldiers who've been holding out since WWII, they nurse him back to health and train him in the way of the samurai allowing him to enact a run of bloody revenge on his tormentors.
Gene Washington, Carl Eller, 'Mean' Joe Greene, Rod Perry, Charles Robinson, Phil Hoover, Richard Pryor, Billy Dee Williams, Robert Hooks
Richard Lawson, Dabney Coleman, Philip Michael Thomas, Rod Perry, Damu King, Tony Burton, James Iglehart, Leon Isaac, Jayne Kennedy
8 Hours 47 Minutes
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