'60's relic about a deaf teenager befriended by hippies as she searches for her missing brother in Haight-Ashbury. Early performances by a talented cast!
Screenwriter and 2nd title character Max Julien grills a gambler and dealer (Dave Burleson, John Gill) about two lynched black youths he found on the way into town, then hears that his fellow title character (Vonetta McGee) awaits, in Gordon Parks Jr.'s Thomasine And Bushrod, 1974.
Steve The Seeker (Bruce Dern) relates to Stoney (Jack Nicholson) a horrifying family story explaining the deafness of his sister Jennie in director Richard Rush's Psych-Out, 1968.
Hanging in their Haight-Ashbury coffee shop, Stoney (Jack Nicholson), Ben (Adam Roarke) and Elwood (Max Julien) meet deaf runaway Jennie (Susan Strasberg) in director Richard Rush's Psych-Out, 1968.
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Tamara Dobson is both beautiful and deadly as Cleopatra Jones, a federal super-agent on the trail of drug kingpins, targeting the notorious "Mommy" (two-time Academy Award-winner Shelley Winters, "The Poseidon Adventure," "Roseanne"). A martial arts expert armed with brains and a spy-chaser car like 007's, Cleopatra Jones is a woman to be feared -- if you're on the wrong side of the law. Co-starring Esther Rolle ("Good Times") and Bernie Casey ("Never Say Never Again").
Special Agent Cleopatra Jones knows the heroin pipeline stretches from Hong Kong to the U.S. - and she's dead set on shutting the pipeline off at its source.
Set in New Mexico during the years 1912-1915, a fictional black "Bonnie and Clyde"-type race through the Southwest in their ancient jalopies, shooting lawmen and sharing the riches with poor blacks, whites, and Indians alike. One avenging sheriff, determined to bring the pair in, pursues them relentlessly.
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