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Saturday, August 30, 2008

Coffy (1973)
















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Storyline
As a nurse, Coffy (Pam Grier) has seen the ill effects of drugs up close, but it isn't until her little sister becomes addicted to heroin that she finally decides to wage a one-woman battle. Disguised as a prostitute, Coffy goes on a killing rampage, at first going after street dealers and pimps such as sleazy King George (Robert DoQui), then gradually working her way up to bigger honchos. She's shocked, however, when she discovers that her politician boyfriend (Booker Bradshaw) is involved.
Link to soundtrack review:
Roy Ayers - Coffy (1973)

3 comments:

filmbuff said...

Saw this when I was four years old. It had..a big impact on me in a lot of ways. Great movie and performance from Pam Grier. No doubt she filled alot of mens minds for years.

Isbum said...

"Coffy" Original Soundtrack
http://www.mediafire.com/?e4n9t6ch4as6q7t

SelfScience said...

Thanks Isbum!

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