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Trouble Man (1-Nov-1972)

Director: Ivan Dixon

Writer: John D. F. Black

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Blaxploitation

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Hooks
Actor
18-Apr-1937   Trouble Man
Gordon Jump
Actor
1-Apr-1932 22-Sep-2003 Maytag repairman who headed WKRP
Paula Kelly
Actor
21-Oct-1943   Sweet Charity
Harrison Page
Actor
27-Aug-1941   Capt. Trunk on Sledge Hammer
William Smithers
Actor
10-Jul-1927   Jeremy Wendell on Dallas
Ralph Waite
Actor
22-Jun-1928   John Walton, Sr. on The Waltons
Paul Winfield
Actor
22-May-1941 7-Mar-2004 Jim in the 1974 Huckleberry Finn

REVIEWS

Review by Rage (posted on 17-Mar-2005)

I have just started collecting Blaxploitation films, I know it was a means for Hollywood to make money off of the blk starrs but we saved Hollywood, they wont admit that but the truth be told, we did...

I have been trying to find this movie, if you can lead me in the right direction, i would appreciate it. I go on line and I can find all kinds of reviews and info on the music but I can't find the DVD.

I thought it was a great piece of work, it's quite a change from the same ol' black stuff (you kow blacks from the Ghetto, drug dealers, wanna be thugs, pushers and hookers) Here you have a man that is fighting for us, has a good job and is on the right side. Even though he has to fight the man (white T) It's a same that the world is the way it is, we all should be able to live in the same community, work at the same company's, play together, enjoy one another and learn form one another, we should understand that we are different but that is not a bad thing... sorry i got off track.


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