Black Heat (film)
|Directed by||Al Adamson|
|Produced by||Al Adamson
|Music by||Paul Lewinson|
|Edited by||Michael Bockman|
Black Heat is a (1976) blaxploitation action film by producer Al Adamson. The cast included Timothy Brown, Russ Tamblyn and Geoffrey Land. The film was renamed to Girl's Hotel for play at drive in theaters, then later changed to Murder Gang.
The film concerns a Las Vegas detective named "Kicks" Carter (Brown) who attempts to foil arms dealers selling weapons to Central America. At the same time, he seeks to save some women who are forced to work as prostitutes to pay off gambling debts.
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Kicks Carter is a streetwise policeman whose beat is Las Vegas. A crime gang is running guns, selling drugs, loan-sharking, and running a prostitution ring out of an upscale hotel in the city and Kicks is trying to put them out of business. But the interference of a woman reporter is making his job more difficult.
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- The Staff and Friends of Scarecrow Video (2004). The Scarecrow Movie Guide. Seattle: Sasquatch Books. p. 2. ISBN 1-57061-415-6.
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