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Sunday, October 12, 2008

Honeybaby, Honeybaby (1974)
































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Against the seething backdrop of the intriguing Middle East, a super-smooth international soldier-of-fortune (Calvin Lockhart) enlist the help of a bright and sexy American Interpreter (Diana Sands). Together, they set in motion an incredible series of events involving the whereabouts of a much loved African premier, a sect of revolutionary terrorist, and the enslavement of the free world. Caught in the middle of rival political factions, they barely escape with their lives in a stunning climax.

6 comments:

jahcisco said...

Thanks for sharing.

The Black Gestapo said...

Amazing!!! Thanks.

Keith said...

I love that album cover.

CCG said...

AWESOME!!! I didn't know about this one.

Anonymous said...

Awesome PaaaaaaAGE, NANAH come on and Raaise UPH, AND COME AND HOLY KISS MY PUSSY

Anonymous said...

I AM SO SHOCKED at MYSELF.....

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