Black Oak Conspiracy

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The Black Oak Conspiracy (1977, USA) is a Hixploitation-Crime film directed by Bob Kelljan.


Main Details

  • Released in 1977
  • Color
  • Running Time: 92 Min.
  • Distribution Co: New World Pictures
  • Directed by Bob Kelljan
  • Written by Hugh Smith, Jesse Vint
  • Starring Jesse Vint, Karen Carlson, Albert Salmi, Seymour Cassel, Douglas Fowley, Robert F. Lyons
  • Produced by Tom Clark, Richard Franchot, Jesse Vint
  • Original Music by Don Peake
  • Cinematography by Chris Ludwig
  • Film Editing by Jerry Garcia, Sam Shaw


  • They Beat Him, Shot Him, Framed Him For Murder-But They Couldn't Stop Him From Busting The BLACK OAK CONSPIRACY
  • Leaving town was easy. Coming home was murder...


In this Roger Corman production, Jesse Vint stars as Jingo Johnson, a stuntman who goes to work for a backwater mining company. When he unearths a hotbed of corruption, partially orchestrated by redneck sheriff, he and a young woman (Karen Carlson) are forced into a number of serial-like perils while eluding villains. (Amazon)

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