Super Fly T.N.T.

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Released 1973

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Super Fly T.N.T.

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Director:
Ron O'Neal
Released:
1973
Rating:
R
Super Fly T.N.T. is the 1973 action crime drama that functions as a sequel to the popular blaxploitation saga Superfly, directed by star Ron O'Neal (When a Stranger Calls, The Final Countdown, Red Dawn, Hero and the Terror). Priest (O'Neal) is back, however, this time he's quite different - a kindler, gentler sort of Priest. In the first film, Priest was completely amoral - and made his fortune selling dope and women. Here, the film finds him living the good life in Europe - he's retired and financially secure. However, he is also vaguely dissatisfied and despite his repeatedly saying he's only out to make money and take care of himself and his woman, he is eventually persuaded to help a man (Roscoe Lee Browne) in his attempt to start a revolution in his small African nation against the colonial powers. He wants Priest to smuggle in weapons for their struggle. Finally, Priest has a purpose to his life.
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    Action & Adventure

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    Classics, Blaxploitation, Crime