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Friday, January 13, 2012

Blackjack (1978)


































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When the mob picks Roy King (Damu King) to take the rap for a crime he didn't commit — they picked on the the wrong man! Roy survives and gets out of Nevada's toughest prison with only one though on his mind — REVENGE! THe Mob's head boss in La Vegas (William Smith) tries to stop this One Man Hit Squad with everything he got, but when he "craps out", the Mob decides to turn Brother against Brother when they pay Roy's friend Charles (Tony Burton) $50,000 to kill Roy. The electrifying events that follow turn Las Vegas into a seething neon inferno when Roy and his gang of the Baddest Brothers to ever Strut on the Strip decide it's time for the Mob to cash in its' chips — permanently!

6 comments:

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Anonymous said...

THE LAST WAVE 1977
Info
http://blackhorrormovies.com/lastwave.htm
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Anonymous said...

Frogs 1972
Info
http://blackhorrormovies.com/frogs.htm
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Bet Code said...

This is one of my favorite films. Blackjack is a dark and complex film. It's definitely worth your time.

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