John Shaft is persuaded by threats of physical force, the promise of money, and the lure of a pretty tutor, to assume the identity of a native-speaking itinerant worker in Africa. His job is to help break a racket that is smuggling immigrants into Europe then exploiting them. But the villains have heard that he is on his way. Written by
Jeremy Perkins <email@example.com>
THE Brother Man in the Motherland.
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Did You Know?
At the end of the movie, as Shaft is driven off in the police car, the camera pans to the police chief. In the background, you can see Amafi (who was just drowned) climbing out of the fountain. See more
Listen, Mr. Wassa. I don't love this young lady. I don't even particularly like her. But she's the only person in the world I've ever found who can get it up for me.
Are You Man Enough
Sung by The Four Tops
(as Four Tops)
Words and Music by Dennis Lambert
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