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That's Blaxploitation! 11: Jim Brown in SLAUGHTER (AIP 1972)

Jim Brown  is one bad mother… no wait, that’s Richard Roundtree as Shaft! Jim Brown is one bad dude as SLAUGHTER, a 1972 Blaxploitation revenge yarn chock full of action. 471 more words

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Best vs Greatest: Running Backs*

The running back position is perhaps the most versatile in the game of football. Each RB has a unique set of skills. Because of this, it is my favorite position to watch. 525 more words


C.C. & Company (1970)

Jumping or perhaps riding in to the cinema of the motorcycle gang is footballer Joe Namath with the help of Roger Smith who wrote and produced this typical story as the genre was nearing the end of it’s popular run at drive-in theaters across the continent. 854 more words

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Movie Posters from the Burt Reynolds Era

Yes I’ve featured Burt Reynolds a number of times here since starting Mike’s Take. I had great fun coming up with the Burt Reynolds Starter Kit… 436 more words


Jim Brown releases single "Honky-Tonk Woman"

Singer songwriter Jim Brown releases his latest single, “Honky-Tonk Women”. A tale of a man charmed by a local waitress at his favorite tavern. Jim co-wrote this single with Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame member Jerry Chesnut. 175 more words

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