From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Black Heat (1976, USA) is a Blaxploitation-Crime film directed by Al Adamson.
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- Released in 1976
- Running Time: 94 Min.
- Production and Distribution Co.: Independent International Pictures
- Directed by Al Adamson
- Written by John D'Amato, Bud Donnelly, Sheldon Lee
- Starring Timothy Brown, Russ Tamblyn, Geoffrey Land
- Kicks Carter, a streetwise Las Vegs cop, is out to shut down an upscale hotel that is actually a front for a host of illegal activities. A gang headed by the scuzzy Ziggy is running everything from gun-running and loan-sharking to prostitution and drug-dealing, and a beautiful but nosy reporter keeps getting in Kicks' way.
Also Known As
- Le Gang des pourris (France) (video title)
- Le Gang des tueurs (France) (video title)
- Girl's Hotel
- O Mavros exolothreftis (Greece)
- The Murder Gang (USA) (reissue title)
- Town Rats (Germany)
- U.S. Vice (Canada)
- Nothing Is Too Violent Or Too Cruel For Them
- Black Heat is Red Hot!
- Behind Locked Doors they let hair down and do what comes naturally at.