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Cleopatra Jones ()


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During the 1970s, U.S. Special Agent Cleopatra Jones proves to be an invaluable asset to the local police forces in the war on drugs.

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Cleopatra Jones
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Reuben
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Tiffany
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Doodlebug Simkins
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Crawford
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Purdy
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Sgt. Kert
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Andy (as Mike Warren)
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Matthew Johnson
Caro Kenyatta ...
Melvin Johnson
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Mrs. Johnson
Keith Hamilton ...
Maxwell Woodman
Jay Montgomery ...
Jimmy Beeker
Arnold Dover ...
Art
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Annie (as Angela Gibbs)
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Bruce
Eugene Jackson ...
Henry
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Friend
George Reynolds ...
Fireplug
Kanes J. Crawford ...
1st Boy on Skates
Edward Crawford ...
2nd Boy on Skates
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Himself
Frankie Crocker ...
Himself
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Mommy
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Gang Member
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Zap (as Joseph A. Tornatore)
Hedley Mattingly ...
Mattingly
Christopher Joy ...
Snake
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Pickle (as Theodore Wilson)
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Lt. Tompkins
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
James S. Appleby ...
Helicopter Pilot (uncredited)
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Terry (uncredited)
William Bonner ...
Cop in Bust (uncredited)
Pattie Brooks ...
Singer (uncredited)
Maggie Calhoun ...
Girl (uncredited)
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French Officer (uncredited)
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Boy (uncredited)
Daniel Cook ...
Commuter at Airport (uncredited)
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Spanish Officer (uncredited)
Beach Dickerson ...
Homosexual (uncredited)
Denise Dillaway ...
Girl (uncredited)
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Cop in Bust (uncredited)
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Eve (uncredited)
Earl Finn ...
Mike (uncredited)
Jerry Fitzpatrick ...
Arresting Officer (uncredited)
Bob Golden ...
Cop in Bust (uncredited)
Linda Guber ...
Cashier (uncredited)
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Policeman (uncredited)
Francesca Hilton ...
Shoplifter (uncredited)
Patrice Holloway ...
Singer (uncredited)
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Minor Role (uncredited)
Doug Johnson ...
B&S house worker (uncredited)
Urrea C. Jones ...
Reds (uncredited)
Eddie Kendrix ...
Piano Player (uncredited)
Walter Kightly ...
Felon (uncredited)
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Minor Role (uncredited)
Deborah Lindsay ...
Singer (uncredited)
Dave Morick ...
Desk Officer (uncredited)
Leo G. Morrell ...
Greek Officer (uncredited)
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Turkish Officer (uncredited)
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British Agent (uncredited)
Thomas Ormenyi ...
Marine (uncredited)
Stack Pierce ...
Minor Role (uncredited)
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Stevens (uncredited)
Benito Prezia ...
Italian Officer (uncredited)
N. Royce Richardson ...
Policeman (uncredited)
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Cop in Bust (uncredited)
Clark Ross ...
Commuter at Airport (uncredited)
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Commuter at Airport (uncredited)
Harv Selsby ...
Cop in Bust (uncredited)
Clay Tanner ...
Cop in Bust (uncredited)
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Drunk (uncredited)

Directed by

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Jack Starrett

Written by

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Max Julien ... (screenplay) and
Sheldon Keller ... (screenplay)
 
Max Julien ... (story)

Produced by

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Max Julien ... co-producer
William Tennant ... producer (as Bill Tennant)

Music by

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J.J. Johnson

Cinematography by

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David M. Walsh ... director of photography (as David Walsh)

Film Editing by

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Allan Jacobs

Editorial Department

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Joel Cox ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Nessa Hyams ... (uncredited)

Art Direction by

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Peter Wooley

Set Decoration by

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Cheryal Kearney

Makeup Department

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Leo Lotito Jr. ... makeup artist (as Leo Lotito)
Ann Wadlington ... hairdresser
Don Beard ... hairstyling (uncredited)

Production Management

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Sam Manners ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Ronald Martinez ... second assistant director (as Ron Martinez)
Jack Roe ... assistant director

Art Department

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Terry Ballard ... property master (uncredited)
John Barton ... leadman (uncredited)
Nick Caparelli ... assistant property master (uncredited)
Blackie Dottini ... construction coordinator (uncredited)
Norman Limacher ... swing gang (uncredited)
Ernest Phillips ... production painter (uncredited)
Lawrence R. Whittington ... swing gang (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Bud Alper ... sound (as Howard Bud Alper)
Gene Ashbrook ... mikeman (uncredited)
Vincent Garcia ... cable person (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Elvin Crawford ... special effects (uncredited)

Stunts

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Ernest Robinson ... stunt coordinator
Charles Bail ... stunts (uncredited)
Paul Baxley ... stunts (uncredited)
May Boss ... stunts (uncredited)
Alex Brown ... stunts (uncredited)
Bobby Clark ... stunts (uncredited)
Roydon Clark ... stunts (uncredited)
Bob Courts ... stunts (uncredited)
Howard Curtis ... stunts (uncredited)
Nick Dimitri ... stunts (uncredited)
Eddy Donno ... stunts (uncredited)
Darrell Giddens ... stunts (uncredited)
Mickey Gilbert ... stunts (uncredited)
Len Glascow ... stunts (uncredited)
Duffy Hambleton ... stunts (uncredited)
Bob Herron ... stunts (uncredited)
John Hudkins ... stunts (uncredited)
Melvin Jones ... stunts (uncredited)
Wayne King Sr. ... stunts (uncredited)
Henry Kingi ... stunts (uncredited)
Gene LeBell ... stunts (uncredited)
Terry Leonard ... stunts (uncredited)
Denver Mattson ... stunts (uncredited)
S.J. McGee ... stunts (uncredited)
Bob Minor ... stunts (uncredited)
John T. Mitchell ... stunts (uncredited)
Paul Nuckles ... stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Victor Paul ... stunts (uncredited)
George Robotham ... stunts (uncredited)
Wally Rose ... stunts (uncredited)
Ronald C. Ross ... stunts (uncredited)
Eddie Smith ... stunts (uncredited)
Fred Stromsoe ... stunts (uncredited)
Jerry Summers ... stunts (uncredited)
William Upton ... stunts (uncredited)
Richard Washington ... stunts (uncredited)
George P. Wilbur ... stunts (uncredited)
Glenn R. Wilder ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Earl Gilbert ... gaffer
Tom May ... key grip
Frank P. Flynn ... best boy (uncredited)
William W. Gillohm ... still photographer (uncredited)
Cecil Lupton ... best boy (uncredited)
Walter McCovey ... electrician (uncredited)
Michael Nakamura ... second assistant camera (uncredited)
Roger Shearman ... camera operator (uncredited)
Eugene Simpson ... electrician (uncredited)
Frank Toth ... electrician (uncredited)
Ronald Vidor ... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Don Whipple ... dolly grip (uncredited)
Terry Wooley ... first assistant camera (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Jim Martell ... extras casting (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Giorgio di Sant'Angelo ... costumes: Tamara Dobson
Thomas Welsh ... wardrobe: men (as Tommy Welsh)
Gertha Brock ... wardrobe: women (uncredited)

Music Department

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Carl Brandt ... composer: additional music
J.J. Johnson ... conductor
Brad Shapiro ... composer: additional music
Dan Wallin ... scoring mixer (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Earl Pierson ... transportation (uncredited)

Other crew

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Claudia Franck ... dialogue supervisor
Bong Soo Han ... karate teacher: hapkido karate (as Master Bong Soo Han)
Don Record ... title designer
Lea Andrews ... secretary to producer (uncredited)
Angelina Bauer ... voice (uncredited)
Alex Brown ... voice (uncredited)
Bob Dempsey ... voice (uncredited)
Amentha Dymally ... voice (uncredited)
Gary Etting ... voice (uncredited)
Barnetta Fowler ... voice (uncredited)
Betty A. Griffin ... script supervisor (uncredited)
George Holmes ... voice (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... voice (uncredited)
Harold Jones ... voice (uncredited)
Ronnie Kramer ... production secretary (uncredited)
Bob Lucas ... publicist (uncredited)
James Moffett ... first aid (uncredited)
Frances E. Nealy ... voice (uncredited)
Eddie Smith ... voice (uncredited)
Clifford Strong ... voice (uncredited)
Vincent Tubbs ... publicist (uncredited)
Kim Whitaker ... voice (uncredited)
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Cleopatra Jones is a United States Special Agent assigned to crack down on drug-trafficking in the U.S. and abroad. After she burns a Turkish poppy field, the notorious drug-lord Mommy is furious at the loss of her supply and vows to destroy Cleopatra Jones. Mommy uses her connections with bad cops on the force to cause trouble for Cleopatra's friends and set her up for an attack. Meanwhile, Mommy is having trouble with some of her pushers, like the renegade Doodlebug. Written by Tad Dibbern

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Taglines If you haven't seen Cleo, you haven't seen the chick who tops 'em all...She's 6'2" of Dynamite! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Dynamite Jones (France)
  • Ein Fall für Cleopatra Jones (Germany)
  • Cleopatra Jones - specialagent (Sweden)
  • Dynamite Jones (Belgium, French title)
  • Dynamitpigen (Denmark)
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  • 89 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Cleo's car is a customized black and silver 1973 Corvette Stingray. When she opens the door to get out, the T-bar panel in the roof above the driver's seat automatically opens, so she can get out without squashing her afro. Five Corvettes were custom made for the film. One of them also appears in an episode of The Rockford Files (1974). See more »
Goofs During the chase scene, the red Mustang starts off with no hubcaps. Later in the shot, one flies off. In later scenes, it loses the remaining hubcaps. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Afro Promo (1997). See more »
Soundtracks Theme from Cleopatra Jones See more »
Quotes 1st Boy on Skates: Oo-we! Man, that's what I call bad!
2nd Boy on Skates: The word bad ain't got nothin' to do with that.
[Raises his fist in the air]
2nd Boy on Skates: Right on, sweet sister!
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