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Five on the Black Hand Side (25-Oct-1973)

Director: Oscar Williams

Writer: Charlie L. Russell

From a play: Five on Black Hand by Charlie L. Russell

Music by: H. B. Barnum

Producers: Brock Peters; Michael Tolan

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Godfrey Cambridge
Actor
26-Feb-1933 29-Nov-1976 Cotton Comes to Harlem
Ja'net DuBois
Actor
5-Aug-1945   Willona Woods on Good Times
Carl Franklin
Film Director
11-Apr-1949   Out of Time
Clarice Taylor
Actor
20-Sep-1917 30-May-2011 Anna Huxtable on The Cosby Show
Glynn Turman
Actor
31-Jan-1946   Col. Taylor on A Different World
Dick Anthony Williams
Actor
9-Aug-1938 16-Feb-2012 What the Wine Sellers Buy

CAST

Clarice Taylor   ...   Mrs. Brooks
Leonard Jackson   ...   Mr. Brooks
Virginia Capers   ...   Ruby
Glynn Turman   ...   Gideon
D'Urville Martin   ...   Booker T.
Dick Anthony Williams   ...   Preston
Sonny Jim   ...   Sweetmeat
Ja'net DuBois   ...   Stormy Monday
Bonnie Banfield   ...   Gail
Frankie Crocker   ...   Rolls Royce
Godfrey Cambridge   ...   Himself
Tchaka Almoravids   ...   Fun Loving
Carl Franklin   ...   Marvin
Cal Wilson   ...   Hasaan
Philomena Nowlin   ...   Katheryn
Brenda Sutton   ...   Nia
Douglas Johnson   ...   Driver
Ronald Warden   ...   Militant
Jean Taylor   ...   Evangelist
Rudy Joe Ringo   ...   Steak Seller
Fred Daniel Scott   ...   Porter Fat
Imamu Sukuma   ...   Minister
Kwasi Badu   ...   Chief Royal Ashanti Drummer
The Soul Train Dancers   ...   Themselves

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