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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Detroit 9000 (1973)

Directed by blaxploitation specialist Arthur Marks (Friday Foster, Bucktown) from a script by Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Orville Hampton, Detroit 9000 follows a pair of detectives—one white, morally conflicted, and pragmatic (Alex Rocco), the other an African-American straight arrow (Hari Rhodes)—as they join forces to track down the men behind the high-stakes heist of a political fundraiser for an ambitious black politician.


Paulo Almeida said...

links are dead, please reup

Mik3 said...

any word on this sdtk? Sounds like it had some great songs on it.


ziondave said...

Found one song, knew it had to be out there cause it was sampled by Talib Kweli on Gutter Rainbows.!

SelfScience said...

Thanks Ziondave!

Unknown said...

I need a soundtrack to this movie! The opening song "Touch me Jesus" is soo hot! Anybody know any sites or retailers that has this soundtrack?