Death Journey (1976)

Death Journey


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Fred Williamson returns as L.A. detective Jesse Crowder in this loose sequel to the previous year's No Way Back. This time, Crowder must escort a government witness (Bernard Kuby) across the country to New York, dodging homicidal gangsters at every stop along the way. Blaxploitation fans will recognize D'Urville Martin (Dolemite) among the cast.

Rating: R
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure, Mystery & Suspense
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Written By: Abel Jones
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Another Fred Williamson Movie, A Black Actor who must have made a couple of Hundred movies. Fred was born cool, he was my exposure to cool, pimps, black detectives, and while everyone else was running around in 1970 being a hippy, Fred was just a Cool Black man. In this movie he plays the role of a hired tough guy to get a government witness across the United States. We have 90 minutes of Tugs chasing and shooting at Fred and his witness, along with fights, and beautiful white (Remember this was 1976 when this in movies was surly unpopular.) and black women sleeping with Fred and then trying to kill him.. In the end Fred gets his man to the trail and gets even with who set him up. At least he thinks he did, I think he had wrong person myself, but maybe my film was cut. I got this in a Fred Williamson Double Feature by Diamond Ent. All in all poor sound and film quality, so no more then a 3 star on this one, but your still cool Fred.

Bruce Bruce

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