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Our Favorite Movie Posters #69: Penitentiary II (1982) PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 11 March 2012 17:16

Click to View Larger... Click to View Larger...Penitentiary II (1982) - An ex-con, medical on parole and trying to straighten his life out, stuff decides to resume his boxing career when one of his prison enemies escapes and kills his girlfriend.

This one is not as good as the first one, but a hell of a lot better than the shitty "3".

One thing about the poster concerns me. The size of his fist. I find it hard to believe that Jayne Kennedy can still walk.

Our Favorite Movie Posters #68: A Small Town in Texas (1976) PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 08 March 2012 12:41

Click to View Larger... Click to View Larger...A Small Town in Texas (1976) - This by-the-numbers action-revenge drama that plays like several other similarly-plotted, good ol' boy pulp flicks of its era, such as Billy Jack (1971) and Walking Tall (1973). Timothy Bottoms stars as Poke Jackson, a convict who's just been released from prison after a stint for drug trafficking. The catch is that Poke was innocent, having been framed for the crime by a corrupt lawman, Sheriff Duke (Bo Hopkins). Poke makes his way home to his beautiful girlfriend Mary Lee (Susan George) and their illegitimate son, only to find that Duke has moved into his place as Mary's lover. Incensed, Poke sets out on a course of vengeance that will pit him against the tough cop and culminate in a lethal car chase. With supporting characters named "Bull," "Cleotus," and "Buford," the redneck pedigree of A Small Town in Texas (1976) is distinct. The film was penned by screenwriter William W. Norton, who wrote several better examples of this high-octane, macho genre, including White Lightning (1973) and Gator (1976). (Rotten Tomatoes)


Our Favorite Movie Posters #67: The Candy Tangerine Man (1975) PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Projectionist   
Friday, 02 March 2012 11:11

Click to View Larger... Click to View Larger...The Candy Tangerine Man (1975) - Sunset Boulevard is a lucrative place to work for the Black Baron, a pimp with a distinctive red and yellow Rolls Royce and plenty of girls on his books. He don't take no mess from his girls, his madam or his competitors and viciously defends his patch. First, he clobbers the Mob who attempt to move in on his patch. Second, he tracks down one of his girls who runs off with a suitcase full of his cash. Third, he disposes of two policemen. But by now he knows his pimping days are numbered, so after a final explosive gun battle he switches to being his alter ego, mild-mannered businessman Ron who lives out in the leafy suburbs with an unsuspecting wife and family. says:

Pimpin' ain't easy, but judging by "The Candy Tangerine Man", it is very convoluted and requires a whole shitload of killing. A streetsmart hustler named "The Baron" is intent on reclaiming his role as "Most Embarrassing Example of the 1970's" from rival pimp Dusty Compton. He accomplishes this by killing off almost every major character he runs across.

We couldn't find a trailer for the film, it's not available on DVD as far as we can tell, but we were able to find the first 6 minutes of the movie on YouTube. Enjoy!

Our Favorite Movie Posters #66: Willie Dynamite (1974) PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 29 February 2012 12:30

Click to View Larger... Click to View Larger...Willie Dynamite (1974) - Blaxploitation film starring Roscoe Orman, healing Joyce Walker, illness Thalmus Rasulala, stuff and Diana Sands. Willie Dynamite is a pimp in NYC who strives to be number one in the city. As he is trying to become the top pimp, a social worker is trying to change his ways for the better.

Plot (via Wikipedia):

Willie Dynamite a fancy pimp that has his girls working in business conventions attracting the many businessmen that need a break from work. The film starts with the girls walking into the Business International Association convention where all eyes are turned on to the girls. Willie has 7 women working the night, all dressed up with vibrant outfits. Many men take the girls to their hotel rooms and even the police are paying to have fun. Willie is first seen driving his “pimped” purple Cadillac on the streets of New York. The front license plate engraves the first part of his nickname, “Willie”, while the back license plate engraves the second part, “Dynamite”. Willie goes to the hotel to collect payment from his girls.

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