Bucktown

Bucktown

Director: Arthur Marks Cast: Fred Williamson, Pam Grier, Thalmus Rasulala

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Product Details

Release Date: 10/14/2014
UPC: 0883904303862
Original Release: 1975
Rating: R
Source: Mgm Mod
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:34:00
Sales rank: 14,048

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Fred Williamson Duke
Pam Grier Aretha
Thalmus Rasulala Roy
Tony King T.J.
Bernie Hamilton Harley
Art Lund Chief Patterson
Tierre Turner Steve
Morgan Upton Sam
Carl Weathers Hambone
Jim Bohan Clete
Robert Burton Merle
Gene Simms Josh
Bruce Watson Bag Man

Technical Credits
Arthur Marks Director
Robert Birchall Cinematographer
John Carter Art Director
George Costello Art Director
Bob Ellison Screenwriter
George Folsey Editor
Phillip Hazelton Producer
Johnny Pate Score Composer
Bernard Schwartz Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Bucktown
1. Main Title/Duke
2. Club Abalam
3. Open for Business
4. Collection Time
5. Pride
6. Little Lesson
7. Soul Invasion
8. Plan in Motion
9. Pot of Gold
10. Between Buds
11. Serious Frontin'
12. The Way It Is
13. Big & Bad
14. One by One
15. Old Friends
16. End Credits

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Bucktown 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
‘Bucktown’ is fill with some exciting drama . The plot is relatively original, Duke (played by Fred Williamson) comes to a town to bury his brother who died. His brother owned a bar called The Alabama. This particular town is a mini, sleazy, version of Vegas (the actual city used for the filming seems to be Kansas City, Mossouri,) a town that attracts low rent tourists because of its gambling and prostitution. It's going to take a while for Duke to settle his brother's estate, so he hangs around town and reopens his brother's bar. After two of the town's cops come in and expect a percentage of the proceeds from the bar's receipts, he realizes that the entire town is run by a corrupt, white, police force. He won't stand for it, so he calls in his big city friend Roy (Thalmus Rasulala) to come to town with some thugs to kick some ***. The crew comes to town and they make short work of the brutal white police force. Duke is quite grateful for the help but things take a different turn once Dukes friends takes over and become the new law enforcers and are worse than the rednecks ever were. Williamson must stand up to the group, which includes his childhood best friend (their final one-on-one confrontation is pretty vividly brutal). Pam Grier does play a supporting role in here and it's some of her best acting. She really does appears more classy and tasteful in this film. I know you guys want - and are accustomed to - seeing her breasts every 10 minutes, but I found it a nice change of pace to see her in a more graceful light. Carl Weathers does play a small part as one of the enforcers convincely and Thalmus Rasulala also did a terrific job in his role but Fred Williamson owns the film and he's pretty effective. ‘Bucktown’ is recommended to all blaxploitation fans and for those who are looking for action, integrity, and grittiness.