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Monday, July 16, 2012

Fox Style (1973)


A.J. Fox is torn between his city cool and his country roots. In New York, he's a successful club owner who made it to the top without drugs or guns or dirty deals. Yet back home, he finds that the local factory - and his people - are about to be sold down the drain in order to make way for big business. Fox realize it's up to him to turn the tables on the corporate big boys, and his city smarts to save his hometown from ruin.


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