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Brother on the Run (1973)

R | | Action, Drama | May 1973 (USA)
About a college/high school teacher who tries to intervene and rescue his student who is being pursued by the law. The professor happens to have sexual intercourse with at least two different women on his way to save his student.
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Professor Grant 'Boots' Turner
Gwenn Mitchell ...
Maud Cooper
Kyle Johnson ...
Billy Cooper
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Lt Summers
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Captain Franklin
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Mrs. Johnson
Gary Rist ...
Frank Stack
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'Fatback' - Hit Man
Russ Ries
Gordon James
Melody Brown
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Police Officer Calling Dispatch (as Lewis Pipes)
Anthony Clarke
Ira Lynn
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About a college/high school teacher who tries to intervene and rescue his student who is being pursued by the law. The professor happens to have sexual intercourse with at least two different women on his way to save his student.

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The City... You Can't Trust Anyone - Not Even A Cop. See more »

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Action | Drama

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Black Force 2  »

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Brother on the Run
Written by Johnny Pate
Sung by Adam Wade
featured musicians: Donald MacDonald, Cedrick Lawson, Jerry Dodgion, Joe Beck, Don Pate and James Mtume
studio engineer Pat Jaques
studio coordinator Fran White
recorded at Broadway Recording Studio
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Tacky Blaxploitation film not even good enough for amateur night
22 June 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm being generous giving this turkey three stars, and that's only because it had a hot blonde go topless for a scene. (One for each breast, and one for the memory.) I saw this one on a double bill in a 42nd Street theater(The other film must have been even worse because I can't even remember the title) and my only memory of it (besides seeing an old Boston TV news anchor play a role in this) is when the "brother" in the title spurns the lovely blonde's advances, some brother in the audience said something colorful that amounted to (and here's the cleaned up version) "Damn, you're crazy turning that down. I'll make you happy, baby." I agreed. Stupid plot. Terrible acting and I've seen better cutting in the local barbershop.


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