Director: Ted Bafaloukos Cast: Leroy Wallace, Richard Hall, Monica Craig

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Product Details

Release Date: 06/21/2005
UPC: 0022891022497
Original Release: 1978
Rating: NR
Source: Mvd Visual
Region Code: 0
Sales rank: 26,908

Special Features

Director's commentary; Interviews with director & producer; Original theatrical trailer & radio advertisements; New Rockers music videos; Poster gallery; Interactive Rasta Patois glossary & biographies; Video remastered from 35mm print; Remastered audio - new 5.1 Surround in Dolby Digital and DTS; Deluxe 16-page color booklet

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Leroy Wallace Horsemouth
Richard Hall Dirty Harry
Monica Craig Madgie
Marjorie Norman Sunshine
Jacob Miller Jakes
Gregory Isaacs Jah Tooth
Winston Rodney Burning Spear
Frank Dowding Kiddus I
Robbie Shakespeare Robbie
Manley Buchanan Big Youth
Lester Bullocks Dillinger
Ashley Harris Higher
Leroy Smart Himself
Peter Honiball Honeyball
L. Lindo Jack Ruby
Trevor Douglas Leggo Beast
Herman Davis Bongo Herman
Raymond Hall Jeep Man
Junior Wilby Natty Majesty
Errol Brown Natty Garfield
Berris Simpson Prince Hammer
Theophilus Beckford Easy Snapping
Phylip Richards John Dread
Peter Tosh Himself
Burning Spear Actor
Kiddus I Actor

Technical Credits
Ted Bafaloukos Director,Screenwriter
Eugenie Bafaloukos Costumes/Costume Designer
Patrick Hulsey Producer
Lilly Kilvert Art Director
Nigel Noble Sound/Sound Designer
Walter Rearick Asst. Director
Peter Sova Cinematographer
Susan Steinberg Editor
David Streit Associate Producer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. The Abyssinians, Ras Michael & the Sons of Negus - Satta Amasagana [2:54]
2. Rockers All Stars - Satta Amasagana [5:41]
3. Rockers All Stars - Man in the Street [3:09]
4. Lee Perry & the Upsetters - Dread Lion [1:17]
5. Kidous I - Graduation in Zion [6:20]
6. The Heptones - Book of Rules [1:18]
7. The Maytones - Money Worries [3:11]
8. Dillinger - Stumbling Block [:32]
9. Scully on Drums [1:00]
10. Inner Circle - We a Rockers [2:09]
11. Rockers All Stars - Satta [1:25]
12. Big Joe - Midnight Rock [1:02]
13. Dillinger - Answer Me Question [1:40]
14. Junior Murvin - Police & Thieves [3:39]
15. Burning Spear - Jah No Dead [2:30]
16. Rockers All Stars - Waiting for the Bus [3:15]
17. Jacob Miller & Inner Circle - Tenement Yard [2:10]
18. The Melodians - Sweet Sensation [2:26]
19. Rockers All Stars - Honeyball [2:42]
20. Dillinger - Natty Cool Operator [1:34]
21. Rockers All Stars - Flashlight [3:08]
22. Rockers All Stars - The Beating [1:27]
23. Rockers All Stars - Satta #2 [1:35]
24. Anglican Methodist Episcopalian Church of Mount Salem - The Water Is Power [2:45]
25. Third World - Satta Amasagana [:55]
26. Junior Byles - Fade Away [5:17]
27. The Jays - Queen Majesty [3:57]
28. Bunny Wailer - Rockers [5:45]
29. Gregory Isaacs - Slave Master [6:51]
30. Peter Tosh - Steppin' Razor [2:50]
31. Joe Gibbs - Treasure Dub [2:30]
32. Rockers All Stars - The Raid [6:23]
33. Justin Hines - Natty Take Over [2:07]
34. Jacob Miller & Inner Circle - We a Rockers [3:31]

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Rockers 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I saw the movie for the first time in 2003, but the music and language took me back to the 70s. Reggae music is very popular in the Caribbean, not just Jamaica. The most impressive thing is the amount of reggae stars that have roles... and the soundtrack is filled with what Caribbean people call ''big tunes'' - meaning that they were hits at some time or another. The language is so authentic that they had to use subtitles! Wow! All of the characters are real and believeable, even though the story line is a bit of a fable. A good effort that still commands respect 25 years on!
Guest More than 1 year ago
so nice to see true born jamaicans representing the history of the land and culture. the music is theraputic as is the scenes of the country itself. makes me homesick for the beautiful life of jamaica. see it-and learn! one love
Guest More than 1 year ago
Buy it! Buy it! It has a Rastafarian glossary and subtitles you will understand this movie. Oh, I almost forgot keep it locked away from borrowing friends Rockers might never be returned. Watch it its a great movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Big Love-----One Love. Don't miss this reggae fable! The roots movie of the century. What could be better than a trip Jamaica-1977 ??? A trip to the moon? Maybe. But I doubt it!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I first watched this film I found it to be a unique movie that is really enjoyable. It is filled with allot of Jamaican roots music It has a Rastafarian glossary, english subtitle and great proformances by some of Jamaica's favorite artists including the late very talented Jacob Miller who passed on in 1980. I feel this movie is a must see for those who love reggae music.