The Bad Bunch
From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
The Bad Bunch (1976, USA) is a Blaxploitation-Crime film directed by Greydon Clark.
- Released in 1976
- Running Time: 82 Min.
- Production Co: Challenge Films | Four Star International
- Distribution Co: Dimension Pictures (1976) (USA) (theatrical) | Golden Eagle (1976) (USA) (theatrical)
- Directed by Greydon Clark
- Written by Greydon Clark, Alvin L. Fast
- Starring Greydon Clark, Tom Johnigarn, Aldo Ray, Jock Mahoney, Pamela Corbett
- Produced by Robert Brown, Alvin L. Fast, Mardi Rustam
- Original Music by Ed Cobb
- Cinematography by Louis Horvath
- Film Editing by Earl Watson
Also Known As
- Nigger Lover
- Honky Mother...You Ain't No Soul Brother!
- "I've got a black bullet for honky"
- Vengeance...Violence...Hatred ...
- The movie they tried to stop!
- Black and white passions explode!
- They're cool, free and wild...and they own the streets!
- TOM...That Was My Slave Name!
Low-end exploitation flick with your expected contemporary dose of prejudice, racism, violence, nudity and bad production values. There's a decent effort at a story here and - easy to miss - cameos by Aldo Ray and Jock Mahoney