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Monday, January 9, 2012

Night of the Strangler [a.k.a. Is the Father Black Enough?] (1972)




















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Storyline
In New Orleans, a man learns that his sister has a black lover and is pregnant. He throws her away and, a bit later, she is murdered by a mysterious killer with a peace-sign belt buckle, who disguises the murder as suicide. Her friend Vince and a black priest investigates, but this leads to more murders until a surprise ending.

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