When Clementi Suborin is found murdered, his secretary recounts to the police the story of his rise from Czech refugee to ultra-rich New Yorker. The tale of betrayal, womanising and fraud ... See full summary »
Yvonne De Carlo,
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Employees of rich conman lothario Luther Lucas discuss his five most outrageous conquests. In order to deceive and bed these five women, he'll spare no expenses and pretend to be gay, a friend of Greta Garbo, an artist, etc.
A rich, jet-setting playboy has a secret life: he's also a professional Mafia hitman. When he decides it's time to retire from that life, he finds that his former employers don't like the ... See full summary »
Gravedigger Jones and Coffin Ed Johnson are two black cops with a reputation for breaking the odd head. Both are annoyed at the success of the Reverend Deke O'Mailey who is selling trips ... See full summary »
Raymond St. Jacques,
Anson Page, a lawyer with Southern roots leaves New York, his wife and his kids for Georgia. His assignment is to investigate the case of Garvin Wales, a famous writer, now nearly blind and... See full summary »
Even though Peter and Kimani grow up together, Kimani soon finds that different races are treated differently. After the father of Kimani is jailed for following tribal customs, Kimani ... See full summary »
I had been looking for a copy of this movie for sometime and finally got myself an original Prism Video pre-record off of eBay. What a disappointment! I'd been looking forward to at least a decent blaxploitation feature, but this piece of junk would hardly qualify as a competent TV film. Kevin McCarthy, always a hammy actor to begin with, is way, way over the top in this one, practically foaming at the mouth in many of his scenes. The plot is so full of astounding contrivances (for example, mere hours after he escapes from prison, Raymond St. Jacques' face is on the front page of the local paper - which must have been printed at midnight to reach Kevin McCarthy's front porch when it does!) that after not much time the whole plot becomes totally risible. You do get a brief glimpse of Dana Wynter's nipple, but this is hardly worth having to sit through a 106 minute feature that should have clocked in under 90.
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