Come Back Charleston Blue

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Come Back Charleston Blue (1972, USA) is a Blaxploitation-Comedy film directed by Mark Warren. It is the follow up to Cotton Comes To Harlem


Main Details

  • Released in 1972 | Color
  • Running Time: 100 Min.
  • Production Co: Formosa Productions
  • Distribution Co: Warner Bros. Pictures (1972) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Directed by Mark Warren
  • Written by Peggy Elliott, Bontche Schweig & Chester Himes (novel)
  • Starring Godfrey Cambridge, Raymond St. Jacques, Peter De Anda, Percy Rodrigues
  • Produced by Al Fann, Samuel Goldwyn Jr.
  • Original Music by Donny Hathaway
  • Cinematography by Richard C. Kratina
  • Film Editing by George Bowers, Gerald B. Greenberg

Also Known As

  • Harlem Detectives


  • Coffin Ed and Gravedigger Jones and a ghost that just won't quit! | A ghost has come back to Harlem--and started the wildest gang war ever


Coffin Ed Johnson & Gravedigger Jones are confounded by a string of strange murders in the neighborhood of Harlem, New York. The murders themselves aren't nearly as bizarre as the calling card left by the murderer: a blue steel straight razor. Legend has it that this was the calling card of Charleston Blue, a vigilante who tried to rid the neighborhood of all criminal elements using a straight razor. (Wikipedia)

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