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Hell Up In Harlem

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Synopsis
Tougher than Shaft and smoother than Superfly, this high-voltage sequel to Black Caesar explodes with enough action to incinerate New York City. Packed with machine-gun mayhem and riveting adventure, Hell Up in Harlem is nothing less than a modern-day tribute to the classic 30s gangster film. Fred Williamson is Tommy Gibbs, a fearless, bulletproof tough guy who blasts his way from the gutter to become the ultimate soul brother boss. When he steals a ledger with the name of every crooked cop and man in the city. Enlisting the aid of his father and an army of Harlem hoods, Gibbs goes from defense to offense, launching a deadly attack on his enemies that sets off a violent chain reaction from Harlem all the way to the Caribbean, climaxing in one of the hottest turf-war shoot-outs in Hollywood history.
Fiche technique
Année : 1973
Réalisateur : Larry Cohen
Interprètes : Fred Williamson, Julius Harris, Gloria Hendry, Margaret Avery, D'Urville Martin
Durée : 94'
Genre : action, frisson
Sortie cinéma : 01/12/1973
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Hell Up In Harlem (1973)



Source : tmdb

PLANNING
BLU 19/06/19 Deux fils
DVD 19/06/19 Deux fils
DVD 19/06/19 Arctic
BLU 19/06/19 Arctic
DVD 19/06/19 Arctic
BLU 19/06/19 Arctic
BONNES AFFAIRES
INTERVIEWS
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