|Bucktown 1975 R, 94 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action
Director: Arthur Marks
Cast: Fred Williamson, Pam Grier, Thalmus Rasulala, Tony King, Bernie Hamilton, Art Lund, Tierre Turner, Morgan Upton, Carl Weathers, Jim Bohan, Robert Burton, Gene Simms, Bruce Watson, Jody Maxwell, Nicole English
In this social commentary of racial problems in America, Blacks get fed up with racial discrimination and determine to get even. Duke (Fred Williamson) decides to reopen his late brother's nightclub and is threatened with violence by the redneck policemen. After Duke and his friend Aretha (Pam Grier) are attacked, Duke gets help from Roy (Thalmus Rasulala) and his friends, and justice prevails
|The Devil at 4 O'clock 1961 N/R, 125 min.|
Director: Mervyn LeRoy
Cast: Spencer Tracy, Frank Sinatra, Kerwin Mathews, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Alexander Scourby, Barbara Luna, Gregoire Aslan, Cathy Lewis, Bernie Hamilton, Marcel Dalio
Father Matthew Doonan (Spencer Tracy) is a priest in charge of a South Pacific orphanage. When the island is threatened by volcanic activity, Father Doonan calls on Harry (Frank Sinatra) to lead a group of convicts in removing the children from their dangerous home.
|The Jackie Robinson Story 1950 N/R, 76 min.|
Director: Alfred E. Green
Cast: Jackie Robinson, Ruby Dee, Minor Watson, Louise Beavers, Richard Lane, Harry Shannon, Ben Lessy, Bill Spaulding, Billy Wayne, Joel Fluellen, Bernie Hamilton, Kenny Washington
Jackie Robinson stars as himself in this biography of the great baseball star who broke the color barrier in the major leagues. It follows him from his playing days in college at U.C.L.A.; through the Negro League team in Kansas City; and his trials, tribulations, and successes in the majors.
|Let No Man Write My Epitaph 1960 N/R, 105 min.|
Director: Philip Leacock
Cast: Burl Ives, Shelley Winters, James Darren, Jean Seberg, Ricardo Montalban, Ella Fitzgerald, Philip Ober, Michael Davis, Rodolfo Acosta, Jeanne Cooper, Bernie Hamilton, Walter Burke, Francis De Sales, Joey Fricano, Don Easton
This sequel to "Knock on Any Door" has drug addict widow Nellie Romano (Shelley Winters) living on skid row on Chicago's South Side and determined to make her son Nick (James Darren) a pianist. His father was sentenced to the electric chair, and Nellie does not want Nick to suffer the same fate. But, despite the influence of judge Bruce Mallory Simpson (Burl Ives), the neighborhood they live in will make Nellie's task difficult.
|The Losers 1970 R, 95 min.|
aka: Nam's Angels
Director: Jack Starrett
Cast: William Smith, Bernie Hamilton, Adam Roarke, Houston Savage, Eugene Cornelius, Paul Koslo, John Garwood, Ana Corita, Lillian Margarejo, Paraluman, Paul Nuckles, Jack Starrett, Vic Diaz
During the Vietnam War, the C.I.A. hires a Biker gang led by Link Thomas (William Smith) to ride into Cambodia and rescue agent Chet Davis (Jack Starrett) who is being held captive. Madness and mayhem reign.
|The Lost Man 1969 PG, 122 min.|
Director: Robert Alan Arthur
Cast: Sidney Poitier, Joanna Shimkus, Al Freeman Jr., Leon Bibb, Richard Dysart, David Steinberg, Paul Winfield, Michael Tolan, Beverly Todd, Bernie Hamilton
This remake of "Odd Man Out" is about criminal Jason Higgs (Sidney Poitier) who gets involved with social worker Cathy Ellis (Joanna Shimkus) and civil rights leader Dennis (Al Freeman Jr.). Higgs finds unorthodox means to take care of children of jailed activists.
|One on One 1977 PG, 98 min.|
Director: Lamont Johnson
Cast: Robby Benson, Annette O'Toole, G.D. Spradlin, Gail Strickland, Melanie Griffith, Lamont Johnson, Barbara Barrie, Bernie Hamilton, Richard Mulligan, Hector Morales
College basketball is the theme of this film starring Robby Benson as the naive Henry Steele who has much to learn. With the help of beautiful tutor Janet Hays (Annette O'Toole) he manages to make the grade academically so that he can compete in his scholarship sport of basketball.
|The Organization 1971 PG, 105 min.|
Director: Don Medford
Cast: Sidney Poitier, Barbara McNair, Gerald S. O'Loughlin, Fred Beir, Allen Garfield, Raul Julia, Ron O'Neal, Sheree North, Bernie Hamilton, Max Gail
Sidney Poitier takes on the role of "Heat of the Night's" homicide Lieutenant Virgil Tibbs for the third time in this final film in the series. This time around, cops are combating an illegal narcotics syndicate.
|Scream, Blacula, Scream 1973 PG, 95 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Bob Kelljan
Cast: William Marshall, Don Mitchell, Pam Grier, Michael Conrad, Richard Lawson, Lynne Moody, Janee Michelle, Barbara Rhoades, Bernie Hamilton, Arnold Williams, Van Kirksey, Bob Minor, Al Jones, Eric Mason, Sybil Scotford
William Marshall is back as Prince Manuwalde in this sequel to "Blacula." The prince is revived by the son of the now-dead voodoo high priestess, but Manuwalde, unhappy with being a vampire, sets out to find a way to end his "life" once and for all. Maybe the voodoo princess (Pam Grier) can help.
|The Swimmer 1968 PG, 94 min.|
Director: Frank Perry
Cast: Burt Lancaster, Janice Rule, Kim Hunter, Charles Drake, Marge Champion, Janet Landgard, Tony Bickley, Bill Fiore, Joan Rivers, Rose Gregorio, Nancy Cushman, David Garfield, Bernie Hamilton, House Jameson, Jimmy Joyce
This is the film adaptation of John Cheever's dream-like, insightful story of Neddy Merrill (Burt Lancaster) who swims home via his neighbors' swimming pools and learns something about his own existence in each pool.
|1. Bucktown (1975)|
2. The Devil at 4 O'clock (1961)
3. The Jackie Robinson Story (1950)
4. Let No Man Write My Epitaph (1960)
5. The Losers (1970)
aka: Nam's Angels
6. The Lost Man (1969)
7. One on One (1977)
8. The Organization (1971)
9. Scream, Blacula, Scream (1973)
10. The Swimmer (1968)
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