In his finest performance, Burt Lancaster stars as Ned Merrill, a man who confronts his destiny by swimming home, pool by pool, through the suburban nightmare of upper-class East Coast society.
Wannabe Voodoo priest Willis (Richard Lawson) seems a little out of his depth in this early sequence from the 1973 blaxploitation horror sequel Scream Blacula Scream starring William Marshall
Opening credit sequence from Scream Blacula Scream, 1973, starring William Marshall and Pam Grier, and the sequel to the 1972 blaxploitation horror hit Blacula.
Julie (Barbara Barrie) keeps her composure better than Frank (Bernie Hamilton) when a cop interrupts them on an early informal date, in director Larry Peerce's independent feature One Potato, Two Potato, 1964.
New recruit Zankie (Alex Cord) is turned over to inmate Ben (Chuck Connors) and pals (Bernie Hamilton, Alejandro Rey, et al) for his drug-rehab haircut, in writer-director Richard Quine's Synanon, 1965.
When a group of revolutionaries fighting the drug rackets are framed for murder, detective Virgil Tibbs (Sidney Poitier) steps in to clear their names in The Organization (1971).
Elaine (Barbara Rhoades) becomes the first victim of newly-minted vampire Willis (Richard Lawson) whose mentor Mamuwalde, a.k.a. Blacula, (William Marshall) appears impatient with his progress in Scream Blacula Scream, 1973.
Back in the courtroom, the judge (Harry Bellaver) delivers his verdict, stunning Julie (Barbara Barrie) and Frank (Bernie Hamilton) in the penultimate scene from director Larry Peerce's One Potato, Two Potato, 1964.
Voodoo expert Lisa (Pam Grier) is surprised at the vampiric resurrection of her friend Gloria (Janee Michelle) and not altogether pleased to be rescued by Mamuwalde (William Marshall) in Scream Blacula Scream, 1973.
Sindbad (Guy Williams) takes on an evil wizard to save the princess he loves in Captain Sindbad (1963).
Opening sequence introducing the race-relations theme and the fictional town of Howard, Ohio, from One Potato, Two Potato, the 1964 independent feature starring Barbara Barrie and Bernie Hamilton, directed by Larry Peerce.
Convict Tolly (Cliff Robertson) gets friendly with the doctor (Henry Norell) then closes in on Farrar (Peter Brocco), one of his father's killers, in writer-producer-director Samuel Fuller's Underworld U.S.A., 1961.
Mamuwalde (William Marshall) uses his considerable social charms on Voodoo expert Lisa (Pam Grier) and his host Justin (Don Mitchell) in this party scene from Scream Blacula Scream, 1973.
Walter Sherill (Alan Ladd) is convinced he's seen the car carrying the gang that mugged him, in 13 West Street (1962).
Beginning in the courtroom, the judge (Harry Bellaver) induces a flashback to the day Julie (Barbara Barrie) met Frank (Bernie Hamilton) in director Larry Peerce's independent feature One Potato, Two Potato, 1964.
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