Brother On the Run

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Brother On The Run (USA,1973) is a Blaxploitation Crime film directed by Edward J. Lakso and Herbert L. Strock.

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Main Details

  • Released in 1973
  • Color
  • Running Time: 90 Min.
  • Production Co: Wrightwood Entertainment
  • Distribution Co: Rowland-Williams (1973) (USA) (theatrical) | Prism Entertainment | Southern Star Entertainment Pty. Ltd. | Harnell Independent
  • Directed by Edward J. Lakso, Herbert L. Strock
  • Written by Edward J. Lakso, Herbert L. Strock
  • Starring James Sikking, Kyle Johnson, Terry Carter, Diana Eden, Art Lund, Gwenn Mitchell, John Quade
  • Produced by Fred Williams
  • Original Music by Johnny Pate, Adam Wade
  • Cinematography by Dean Cundey

Plot Summary

  • About a college/high school teacher who tries to intervene and rescue his student who is being pursued by the law. The professor happens to have sexual intercourse with at least two different women on his way to save his student.

Also Known As

  • Black Force 2 (USA) (video title)
  • Boots Turner (USA) (alternative title)
  • Man on the Run (USA) (video title)

Taglines

  • The City... You Can't Trust Anyone - Not Even A Cop.
  • When he stops running...watch out!
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