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Writer:
Fred Williamson (story)
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Release Date:
19 November 1982 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
Forget the A-team. This is the kick-ass team! See more »
Plot:
A pair of tough cops go after the mob who jinxed the martial arts tournament and injured their buddy. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Was this what they call 'blaxploitation'? See more (14 total) »

Cast

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Fred Williamson ... Cal

Jim Brown ... J

Jim Kelly ... Chuck

Richard Roundtree ... 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

Victoria Hale ... Mrs. Rossi
Warrington Winters ... Sheriff Lucas
Louis Neglia ... Armando
Aaron Banks ... Announcer
Mark Bruno ... Trainer
John Dorish ... Deputy
Dennis Singletary ... Boy
Captain Haggerty ... Mojo (as Arthur Haggerty)
Addison Greene ... Pete

Frank Ferrara ... Show Thug
Harry Madsen ... Show Thug
Steve Dash ... Show Thug (as Steve Daskawisz)
Lou Leccese ... Show Thug
Tom Wright ... Show Thug
Neal Gold ... Attendant #1
Paul Tellstrom ... Attendant #2
Dennis Logan ... Man in Phone
Terri DuHaime ... Nurse A (as Terri Duhaime)
Beda Elliot ... Nurse B (as Beda Eliot)
Jordan Derwin ... Doctor
Cliff Cudney ... Mario Thug
Mike Christopher ... Mario Thug
Michael Estler ... Mario Thug (as Mike Estler)
Paul Farentino ... Mario Thug
Tony Farentino ... Mario Thug
Mike Pridgen ... Mario Thug
Robert Pastner ... Slim
Irwin Litvack ... Banker
Arlene Haber ... Waitress
Jery Hewitt ... Stair Fall Thug (as Jerry Hewitt)
Edgard Mourino ... Joseph (as Edgar Maurino)
Marty Licata ... Tow Truck Driver

Jim Lovelett ... Bar Fighter Thug
Len DeVirgilio ... Tournament Thug (as Len Devirgilio)

Ed O'Ross ... Tournament Thug (as Ed O. Ross)
Peter Bucossi ... Tournament Thug (as Pete Bucossi)
Maria Lindberg ... Limo Girl 1
Suzanne von Schaack ... Limo Girl 2 (as Suzanne Von Schaak)

Angela Robinson-Witherspoon ... Limo Girl 3 (as Angela Robinson)
Cassandra Wafer ... Limo Girl 4
Wockado ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jesse Harris ... Jesse (uncredited)
Patty O'Brien ... Nurse (uncredited)
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Directed by
Fred Williamson 
 
Writing credits
Fred Williamson (story) (as Jeff Williamson)

Produced by
Robert P. Atwell .... executive producer
Randy Jurgensen .... associate producer
David Moon .... associate producer
Stan Wakefield .... associate producer
Fred Williamson .... producer
 
Original Music by
Herb Hetzer 
Joe Trunzo 
 
Cinematography by
James Lemmo 
 
Film Editing by
Daniel Loewenthal 
 
Casting by
Sarah Hyde Hamlet 
 
Production Management
Randy Jurgensen .... production manager
Cassius Weathersby .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael Tadross .... first assistant director
Joseph Winogradoff .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Robert Wesson .... property master
 
Sound Department
Stan Goldstein .... boom operator
Lisa Singer .... dialogue editor
 
Stunts
Sandy Alexander .... stunts: hotel
Bill Anagnos .... stunts: hotel (as Billy Anagnos)
Franklin Scott .... stunt driver (as Franklyn Scott)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Richard J. Cartwright .... still photographer
Doug Greco .... camera operator
Denis Hann .... key grip
Edward Page .... gaffer
 
Music Department
Richard Bunkiewicz .... musician: bass
Jerry Cordasco .... musician: drums
Rick Kerner .... electronic music realizations
Ron Scalera .... musician: guitar
Joe Trunzo .... musician: piano and keyboards
Dennis Vallone .... musician: drums
 
Other crew
Elise Bernbach .... photo double
Jose Gallardo .... title designer
Scott MacQueen .... production assistant
Steven Wren .... production assistant
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"One Down, Two to Go" - USA (original title)
"Three the Hard Way Part 2" - USA (alternative title)
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Runtime:
84 min | USA:89 min
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Fred Williamson considers the film to be a true sequel to Three the Hard Way (1974).See more »
Quotes:
J:I don't like violence either, Mr. White Boy.See more »
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1 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Was this what they call 'blaxploitation'?, 4 February 2004
Author: vchimpanzee from NC

This movie looked like it would be pretty good. I read somewhere that Fred Williamson was part of the 'blaxploitation' genre, but the cast looked good. The movie didn't, though it wasn't terrible. I suppose given the subject matter--karate fighting in a boxing-type ring, with the fights fixed and partners stealing from each other, and killing to prevent their scheme from being found out--it was not a particularly violent movie, but it was more violent than I cared for. I did get the impression that Richard Roundtree, Jim Brown and Fred Williamson gave better performances than the white actors. And given the fact that Williamson directed and was a producer, surely black people would be presented with some dignity. I guess they were, but I couldn't avoid thinking I was seeing my first 'blaxploitation' film. Still, I had to enjoy watching Roundtree's character (or was it Williamson's? I couldn't remember which was which) act tough toward those who weren't being honest with him. I guess it wasn't really so bad, but I wouldn't make a habit of watching other movies like it.

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