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Thumbnail for Super Fly (1972) Super Fly (1972)

Basics Critics:70Viewers:64Rusty:77
Category: Action/Adventure, Crime, DramaNotable as: Blaxploitation filmSub-Category: Action Film, Crime Fiction, Blaxploitation film, Action/Adventure, Crime Drama, DramaNarrative location: New York CityRuntime: 93 minutesLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesDirector: Gordon Parks, Jr., Gordon ParksMusic: Curtis MayfieldCinematography: James SignorelliStars: Ron O'Neal, Julius Harris, Charles McGregor, Nate Adams, Yvonne Delaine, Carl Lee, Sheila Frazier, Polly Niles, Henry Shapiro, K.C. Producer: Sig ShoreAward details: (details at IMDb)

Super Fly is a 1972 Blaxploitation, crime drama film directed by Gordon Parks, Jr., starring Ron O'Neal as Youngblood Priest, an African American cocaine dealer who is trying to quit the underworld drug business. This film is known for its soundtrack, written and produced by soul singer Curtis Mayfield. Super Fly is one of the few films ever to have been outgrossed by its soundtrack. Leading man O'Neal reprised his role as Youngblood Priest and directed a sequel to the film that was released a year later in 1973, Super Fly T.N.T. Super Fly producer Sig Shore directed a second sequel in 1990, The Return of Superfly.

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