Redneck police force lords over a middle American community, regularly terrorizing and assaulting black citizens. Fred Williamson arrives in town to bury his brother (a victim of police brutality) and stays to try and right the injustice.
Along with his girl, a man reopens his dead brother's nightclub. Problems arise, however, when crooked cops try to shake the pair down for money.
An American voodoo cultist revives the fanged Prince Manuwalde (William Marshall), only to become his slave. Manuwalde feeds on several humans, but finds himself fixating on a pretty voodoo princess (Pam Grier), with whom he believes can finally put his soul to rest.
Blacula, back in the world of the living by means of voodoo, is now loose with an insatiable bloodlust on a small community in the Louisiana backcountry
Brought into the fight game from the docks by a crime syndicate, a boxer (Fred Williamson) mist choose between a title bout promoted by the mob--and the affections of the woman he loves.
Sidney Poitier, in his third and final appearance as San Francisco homicide detective Virgil Tibbs (from In the Heat of the Night and They Call Me Mister Tibbs!), comes to the aid of a student vigilante group that raided a furniture factory…which was really a front for heroin trafficking. When the manager is murdered, the group admits to Tibbs that they stole $5 million in dope to keep it off the streets, but didn't kill anyone. Based on the character created by John Ball.
Sidney Poitier, in his third and final appearance as San Francisco homicide detective Virgil Tibbs (from IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT and THEY CALL ME MISTER TIBBS!), comes to the aid of a student vigilante group that raided a furniture factory...which was really a front for heroin trafficking. When the manager is murdered, the group admits to Tibbs that they stole $5 million in dope to keep it off the streets, but didn't kill anyone. Based on the character created by John Ball.
In an affluent Connecticut suburb, Ned Merrill (Burt Lancaster) decides to "swim" home via the pools of his wealthy friends. Along the way he encounters several women from his past: a tempestuous teenage girl; his embittered ex-mistress; and the sensual wife of an old friend. Ned's journey is one of embarrassments, humiliation and steamy passion.
Do you have a heart for adventure and an eye for beauty? Then gather round - young ones, too - for a rousing journey into eye-opening wonder with the boldest captain of them all: Sindbad! Amid fantastic realms and unending dangers, Sindbad battles to save both the princess he loves and the downtrodden people of exotic Baristan from the cruel clutch of a tyrant who possesses the power of dark sorcery. Geysers of flame, giant crocodiles, hordes of sword-wielding palace guards, a hydra-headed monster and an invisible, bloodthirsty behemoth - all are part of this thrilling tale directed with gusto by Byron Haskin (Treasure Island, Long John Silver). Sail into excitement with Captain Sindbad!
A gritty tale of vengeance in which Robertson feigns loyalty to both the government (a federal crime commission) and organized crime in order to kill the men who murdered his father. This is one of Samuel Fuller's most visually striking films, based on a series of Saturday Evening Post articles, by Joseph F. Dineen.
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