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One Down, Two to go (1976)
"One Down, Two to Go" (original title)

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A pair of tough cops go after the mob who jinxed the martial arts tournament and injured their buddy.

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Cal
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J
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Chuck
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Ralph
Paula Sills ...
Teri
Laura Loftus ...
SalIy
Joe Spinell ...
Joe Spangler
Tom Signorelli ...
Mario
John Guitz ...
Bob (as John Gruitz)
Richard Noyce ...
Hank
Peter Dane ...
Rossi
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Mrs. Rossi
Warrington Winters ...
Sheriff Lucas
Louis Neglia ...
Armando
Aaron Banks ...
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During a high-stakes east-west karate tournament, coach Chuck suspects the match is rigged against him. When looking around the other team's locker room gets him shot, he calls in Cal and J, his partners from California. After exercising a little persuasion and a lot of brute force, they discover who's behind it all. Now the only problem is getting back the money Chuck is owed. Written by Amazon

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A Bad Black Machine Wasting the Mob! See more »

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19 November 1982 (USA)  »

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The fights that take place during the fictitious martial arts tournament that open the film, were in fact actually real and not staged. Fred Williamson had organized it so that the fights would look authentic and the winner of each fight got paid five hundred dollars and with the loser getting one hundred dollars. See more »

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J: I don't like violence either, Mr. White Boy.
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Written by Herb Hetzer and Joe Trunzo
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With this cast, it should've been much better.
16 January 2002 | by See all my reviews

With this once-in-a-lifetime cast (reuniting the four greatest blaxploitation stars of the early seventies), this picture should be more fun than it is. Someone seems to have drained the life out of these performers; Jim Brown, in particular, comes off very badly (judging only from this movie, you'd come to the conclusion that he can't act). The film is also poorly structured, keeping the stars away from each other (and from any enjoyable interaction) for laaaaarge periods of time. And Williamson must have really had it in for Jim Kelly; he barely gives him 1/5 of the screen time devoted to the other leads, and he features him in only two brief fight scenes (he even loses in one of them!). Cool score, though. (*1/2)


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