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Come Back, Charleston Blue (1972) Poster

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Mark Warren

Writing Credits (in alphabetical order)  

Peggy Elliott
Chester Himes ... (novel "The Heat's On")
Ernest Kinoy ... (as Bontche Schweig)

Cast (in credits order) complete, awaiting verification  

Godfrey Cambridge ...
Raymond St. Jacques ...
Peter De Anda ...
Joe
Percy Rodrigues ...
Bryce
...
Carol
Maxwell Glanville ...
Caspar
Minnie Gentry ...
Her Majesty
Dick Sabol ...
Jarema
...
Frank Mago
Toney Brealond ...
Drag Queen
Tim Pelt ...
Earl J
Marcia McBroom ...
Girl Barber
Darryl Knibb ...
Douglas
Joseph Ray ...
Bubba
Adam Wade ...
Benjy
Dorothi Fox ...
Streetwalker
Steve Vignari ...
Monsignor
Teddy Wilson ...
Cemetery Guard (as Theodore Wilson)
Harold Gaetano ...
Horsecart Vendor
Ethel Ayler ...
Matron at Ball
Jerle Moore ...
Little Girl
George Fairley ...
Pigfoot Baker
Charles McGregor ...
Fatback (as Charlie McGregor)
...
Minister
Lee Steele ...
Chef
Al Fann ...
M.C
Lou David ...
Lou Calabreze
Frank Piazza ...
Ruby Max
Willie Moore ...
Stumpy
Dexter Westbrook ...
Highpost
Reeta White ...
Tamu
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tamara Dobson ...
(uncredited)
Carla Edwards ...
Mafia Lady (uncredited)
Al Kirk ...
Sanitation Engineer (uncredited)
Floyd Levine ...
Truck Driver (uncredited)
Mitchell Smith ...
Joe's Bodyguard (uncredited)
Sterling St. Jacques ...
Guest at Ball (uncredited)
Alyce Webb ...
Mistress of Ceremonies (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Al Fann ... associate producer
Samuel Goldwyn Jr. ... producer

Music by 

Donny Hathaway

Cinematography by 

Richard C. Kratina

Film Editing by 

George Bowers
Gerald B. Greenberg

Production Design by 

Robert Gundlach

Art Direction by 

Perry Watkins

Costume Design by 

Anna Hill Johnstone

Makeup Department 

Mike Maggi ... makeup artist
Harold Melvin ... hair stylist

Production Management 

Stanley Neufeld ... executive in charge of production

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Terence A. Donnelly ... assistant director
Alan R. Green ... second assistant director
Max Kleven ... second unit director
Dwight Williams ... second assistant director

Art Department 

George DeTitta Sr. ... set dresser (as George DeTitta)
Sante Fiore ... master scenic artist

Sound Department 

Edward Beyer ... supervising sound editor
Thomas Halpin ... sound editor
Robert M. Reitano ... sound editor
James Sabat ... sound
Maurice Schell ... assistant sound editor
Dick Vorisek ... sound re-recordist

Special Effects by 

Ira Anderson Jr. ... special effects

Stunts 

David Broadnax ... stunts (uncredited)
Tony Brubaker ... stunts (uncredited)
Harold Gaetano ... stunts (uncredited)
Max Kleven ... stunts (uncredited)
Tommy Lane ... stunts (uncredited)
Carey Loftin ... stunts (uncredited)
Bob Minor ... stunts (uncredited)
Walter Scott ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department 

Lou Barlia ... camera operator
Vinnie Gerardo ... first assistant camera (as Vincent Gerardo)
Ron Munkasci ... second assistant camera
Ed Quinn ... head grip
Frank Schulz ... chief electrician

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

George Newman ... wardrobe supervisor

Editorial Department 

David H. Kramer ... assistant editor

Music Department 

Ralph James Hall ... music editor
Quincy Jones ... music supervisor

Transportation Department 

Harold 'Whitey' McEvoy ... transportation captain

Other crew 

Adeline Leonard Seakwood ... production office coordinator (as Adeline Leonard)

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