Director: Bruce D. Clark
Writer(s): Charles Eric Johnson
Starring: Fred Williamson, Bernie Hamilton, Vonetta McGee, William Smith, Charles Lampkin, Elizabeth Harding, Mel Stewart, D’Urville Martin, Stack Pierce, Jamal Moore (Henry Jones), Nawana Davis, John Quade, Johnny Silver, Juan DeCarlos, Jorge Cervera Jr., Leon Isaac Kennedy, Perrie Lott (Nagi), Philip Jackson (Landlord), Al Richardson (Militant), Marilyn Joi, George P. Wilbur, Gene LeBell, Jimmy Lennon Sr., Diego Barquinero, Fred Berry, Adolph Caesar, Jude Farese
Synopsis: A dock worker becomes a prizefighter, but gets mixed up with a crooked manager. A sympathetic L.A. detective tries to set him straight, but he won’t listen. His manager, who is also a drug dealer, tells him that he has to take a dive during an important fight, and to ensure his cooperation, his girlfriend is kidnapped.
Release Date: September 20, 1972 (USA) | Length: 92 min | Genre: Crime, Drama, Action | Certificate:
Note: Adolph Caesar doesn’t actually appear in the film. IMDB credits say that he’s the narrator of the theatrical trailer. The actors with character names beside them are the ones I have yet to identify.
Tags: Adolph Caesar, Bernie Hamilton, Charles Lampkin, D'Urville Martin, Fred Berry, Fred Williamson, Juan DeCarlos, Leon Isaac Kennedy, Marilyn Joi, Mel Stewart, Nawana Davis, Stack Pierce, Vonetta McGee