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The Soul of Nigger Charley

The Soul of Nigger Charley – 1973
Nigger Charley Is On The Loose Again. And This Time He’s Got His Soul Brothers With Him! ¬†WATCH OUT!
Director
Larry G. Spangler

Writers
Larry G. Spangler story
Harold Stone

Producer
Larry G. Spangler producer

Cast
Fred Williamson – Charley
D’Urville Martin – Toby
Denise Nicholas – Elena
Pedro Armend√°riz Jr. – Sandoval
Kirk Calloway – Marcellus
George Allen – Ode
Kevin Hagen – Col. Blanchard
Michael Cameron – Sgt. Foss
Johnny Greenwood – Roy
Nai Bonet – Anita
James Garbo – Lt. Collins
Bob Minor – Fred
Fred Lerner – Woods
Joe Henderson – Lee
Richard Farnsworth – Walker
Tony Brubaker – Aben
Boyd ‘Red’ Morgan – Donovan
Al Hussan – Vet
Eddie Hice – Mexican
Henry Wills – Mexican
Phillip Avenetti – Pedro

Review by Jack Gatannella

The Soul of Nigger Charley (1973)

Best Black-explotation film yet,

It may not be right to call The Soul of Nigger Charley a black exploitation movie, but if you don’t believe me, look at the 4th word in the title. The film is basically steryotyping black people, but the way it’s done is cool, fun, and often hilarious *with Fred Williamson, how can you lose). Still, I don’t reccomend this film to everybody, like serious people.

Good entertainment all around. A

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