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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: January 12, 2010
  • Run Time: 361 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (103 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002U4UZT0
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Love movies from the '70's.
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Im absolutely amazed at how great these movies are...I wish people would stop calling them Blaxploitation our people where hard working and loving it!
MrsLUVMYMAC
Great Movies Took Me Back In The Days....
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56 of 57 people found the following review helpful By The Critic on February 17, 2010
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(Black Belt Jones)

The Mob want to buy a local karate studio in a city area planned for re-development. They enlist the aide of a local thug named "Pinky" and his henchmen to force the owner into selling. After they accidentally kill him, the karate students call on their number one kung-fu expert "Black Belt Jones" to even the score.

(Hot Potato)

A really weak sequel to 1974's "Black Belt" Jones. Jim Kelly reprises his role as a US government agent named Jones. This time around Jones travels to Thailand to rescue the daughter of a southern U.S. senator, who is being held by a ruthless crime lord named Rangoon.

(Black Samson)

These streets belong to Samson! A local nightclub owner Samson does everything he can to keep his neighborhood clean of crime, corruption and drugs. When a local mobster named Johnny Nappa played by William Smith tries to take over Samson's turf, Samson the staff wielding hero takes a stand against Nappa and his hoods to save his girl and the neighborhood.

(Three the Hard Way)

A white supremist named Monroe Feather plots to taint the United States water supply in several US cities with a toxin that is harmless to white people but lethal to black people. Standing in Monroe Feathers way are Jimmy Lait, Jagger Daniels and Mister Keyes, who'll stop at nothing to bring down Monroe Feathers and his supremist organization for good.

Whether you're a fan of Jim Brown, Jim Kelly, Fred "The Hammer" Williamson or Blaxploitation films in general; the Urban Action Collection has something for everyone.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By C. Utley on January 15, 2010
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So glad to add legit, non-bootleg versions of "Black Belt Jones" & "Three The Hard Way" - two of the pantheons of Blaxploitation Cinema - to my DVD collection. I saw "Hot Potato" over 20 years ago and thought it was dumb. I didn't know that "Hot Potato" was a sequel of sorts to "Black Belt Jones" - I'll bear that in mind when I watch that one again. I had never seen "Black Samson" before and, after checking it out, I thought it was easily forgettable. I was expecting the hero of that flick to unleash his pet lion on the mobsters in the final action sequence but, alas, no luck.

Picture looks great on my 55 inch Sony HDTV. I expected to see tons of grain in the picture given the fact that these are obscure 1970's titles, but the picture quality on all 4 films is FANTASTIC! The sound is mono - wish they did a stereo mix of these flicks so the memorable theme from "Black Belt Jones" and those classic songs from "Three The Hard Way" would really come alive - but that's a minor complaint.

Hopefully WB will do a sequel to this 4 film collection soon and release some other Blaxploitation titles - most notably the sequel to Cleopatra Jones and others from the pre-1986 MGM library including "Cool Breeze", "Melinda", and "Hit Man" (yeah, those are "on DVD" already, but they're BOOTLEGS copied from crappy VHS tapes!). All in all, I will gladly spend my MLK weekend soaking up all the Jim Kelly action I can muster!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By MrsLUVMYMAC on November 26, 2010
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Im absolutely amazed at how great these movies are...I wish people would stop calling them Blaxploitation our people where hard working and loving it! As Pam Grier puts it on an interview they hated that term! and once the naacp shut them down by the late 70's they were out of work, so i'm on a hunt for any and all of these movies! I was not even born when they were out but boy oh boy do i love them.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By zeta333 on March 4, 2009
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Eye candy for women who love action packed Blaxploitation movies. This movie features Jim Brown, Jim Kelly and Fred Williamson at the peak of their cinematic success. Machismo was spilling all over the screen. Action packed, sensual scenes and sexy leather wardrobe with a fabulous soundtrack by the Impressions.
For the guys, lots of action, fight scenes, explosions....
For the girls- three unbelievably gorgeous male specimens at the peak of their virility.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Stanley Runk VINE VOICE on December 24, 2010
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Thankfully none of these films star Keith Urban, but are instead some previously unavailable Blaxploitation films. Coz as we all know now, "Urban" means "Black". I found this out years ago working at a video store when reading the monthly business catalogues that advertised "urban" films like Phat Beach and Belly as being very profitable in "urban neighborhoods".
But anyhow, there are fewer Blaxploitation fans as big as I(in loyalty, not body mass), and I've been waiting to get my mitts on two of these titles for some time now. Three of the four films feature martial artist, Jim Kelly, who we all remember from Enter the Dragon as John Saxon's buddy. First on the bill is Black Belt Jones, directed by Enter the Dragon's director, Robert Clouse. Jones is an all around butt kicker who works for a karate school run by Scatman "How'd you like some ice cream, Doc?" Crothers. He's also working with the feds or something. Some mafiosos employ their "urban" man, Pinky, to try and gain possession of the karate school by any means possible to expand their evil real estate project. Well, after Pinky's goons start roughing up Jones' pals, it's all out war with Jones slapping the snot out of everyone and winning over Gloria Hendry(who does some snot slapping herself). Tongue in cheek, and as Ronnie Dawson would say, "ACTION PACKED!"
Next up is Hot Potato, and this is the odd film out of the four. A sort of semi-sequel to Black Belt Jones, it's directed by the writer of that film......and it's rather lousy. Kelly is an agent names Jones(which is why we can assume this is some sort of sequel) in Thailand on a mission to rescue a senator's daughter or something(I ceased to care about plot details rather early on here) from an evil Thai crime lord guy.
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