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Black Fist

Black Fist
File:Black Fist (film).jpg
Theatrical poster to Black Fist (1974)
Directed by Timothy Galfas,
Richard Kaye
Produced by Charles L. Hamilton executive producer,
Richard Kaye,
William Larrabure
William D. Sklar,
Peter S. Traynor
Written by Tim Kelly
Starring Annazette Chase,
Richard Lawson,
Dabney Coleman,
Philip Michael Thomas,
Lauren Stanley
Distributed by L-T Films
Release date(s) 1974
Running time 87 minutes
Language English

Black Fist is an obscure 1974 blaxploitation film about a streetfighter who goes to work for a white gangster and a corrupt cop. The film is in public domain.[1][2][3] The film stars Richard Lawson, Annazette Chase and Philip Michael Thomas with Dabney Coleman in the cast.[4] The music track that provides accompaniment for the movie was released in 1977 and consists of vocal disco and funk instrumental tracks from performers such as Velvet Fire, Jesse James, Paul Humphrey, Geraldine Kaye, Bishop Mounger, Denise Gordy, Art and Ron, Sam and Jus' Us, and Sam Shabrin.[5]

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  • Internet Movie Database
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  • Review at Rotten Tomatoes
  • Review of film at All Movie


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