Cool Breeze

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Time Out says

An updated black remake of The Asphalt Jungle becomes formula cops 'n robbers, with all the ethnocentricity needed to turn on those amused by it (usually whites) and those in need of heroes/self images (generally blacks). Having only a few nice touches (like the robbery in which three of the gang wear grotesque masks of Nixon, Agnew and Johnson), the film is most notable for its array of black asses - perhaps the most exploited outfront on the commercial cinema screen.
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Release details

UK release:

1972

Duration:

102 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Barry Pollack

Cast:

Sam Laws, Lincoln Kilpatrick, Raymond St Jacques, Jim Watkins, Judy Pace, Thalmus Rasulala, Pam Grier

Music:

Solomon Burke

Art Director:

Jack Fisk

Editor:

Morton Tubor

Cinematography:

Andrew Davis

Screenwriter:

Barry Pollack

Producer:

Gene Corman

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mr.mike

Other than the sexy women it fails to really deliver the blaxploitation goods.