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Trouble Man

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Original title
Trouble Man
Year
Running time
99 min.
Country
United States United States
Director
Screenwriter
John D. F. Black
Music
Marvin Gaye
Cinematography
Michel Hugo
Cast
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Producer
20th Century Fox / JDFB Productions
Genre
Action. Drama | Crime. Blaxploitation
Synopsis / Plot
An inner-city point man is on the run from both the cops and the crooks in this streetwise blaxpolitation drama. T (Robert Hooks) is a combination pool shark, private detective, and all-purpose ghetto fixer who operates out of a billiards parlor in South Central Los Angeles. T is approached by Chalky (Paul Winfield) and his partner, Pete (Ralph Waite), who run a floating dice game in the neighborhood. Chalky tells T they've been ripped off by a band of thieves several nights running, and they want him to find out who the masked stick-up men are. T is willing to do the job for the right price. (FILMAFFINITY)
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