Directors: Timothy Galfas, Richard Kaye
Writers: Tim Kelly (screenplay), Andrew Maisner (additional sequences), and Richard Kaye (additional sequences)
Stars: Richard Lawson, Annazette Chase and Philip Michael Thomas
Whether you dig 1970s-era Blaxploitation flicks (like us) or not, the super soundtrack backing this underground movie is remarkably soulful. Co-starring a young Phillip Michael Thomas (Miami Vice, Sparkle), this obscure streetfighting movie is not for the squeamish or those not liking violence. In addition to the grooves, this one packs a hellava punch….literally. Check it out.
Description from Wikipedia:
Black Fist is an obscure 1974 blaxploitation film about a streetfighter who goes to work for a white gangster and a corrupt cop. The film stars Richard Lawson, Annazette Chase and Philip Michael Thomas with Dabney Coleman in the cast. The music track that provides accompaniment for the movie was released in 1977 and consists of vocal disco and funk instrumental tracks from performers such as Velvet Fire, Jesse James, Paul Humphrey, Geraldine Kaye, Bishop Mounger, Denise Gordy, Art and Ron, Sam and Jus’ Us, and Sam Shabrin.