A successful and popular nightclub owner who believes financial independence is the path to equality and success, must act as a go-between for militant-minded brother and the white gang syndicate hisbrother has attacked and robbed. Their involvements lead to a breathless race course chase, the destruction of a dopepusher and a violent waterfront climax.
It's a life for a life when Black Gunn lays it on The Mob!
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Did You Know?
In the movie, Gunn mentions that there was only one black senator. This is in reference to Edward Brooke, Republican Senator from Massachusetts, who served from January 3, 1967 - January 3, 1979. At the time the film was released, Brooke was only the third African-American Senator to serve in the U.S. Congress. He was the first one to be elected and serve since 1881. See more
Mr. Gunn, we're not here to lean on anybody. But, this whole situation could make Watts look like Saturday night in Disneyland.
Referenced in Gordon's War