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Monday, September 29, 2008

The Final Comedown (1972)













































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Storyline
After being shot by the police during an ongoing revolution, militant leader Johnny Johnson (Billy Dee Williams) reflects on events that brought him to his current existence. Accompanied by his best friend (D'Urville Martin) and girlfriend (Pamela Jones), Johnson must figure out how to sustain the revolution while receiving medical attention from a doctor that has limited resources.

3 comments:

The Lion Man said...

amazing.thank you

Donna Lethal said...

Check out Billy's suave advice for AT&T: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HEsSri1iMls

Unknown said...

solid gold post my brotha!!

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