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Super Fly


Ron O'Neal, Carl Lee, Sheila Frazier, Charles McGregor View All


Gordon Parks Jr. (Director), Phillip Fenty (Writer) View All

Release: Aug. 4th, 1972
Runtime: 1 hour, 31 minutes
Priest, a suave top-rung New York City drug dealer, decides that he wants to get out of his dangerous trade. Working with his reluctant friend, Eddie, Priest devises a scheme that will allow him to make a big deal and then retire. When a desperate street dealer informs the police of Priest's activities, Priest is forced into an uncomfortable arrangement with corrupt narcotics officers. Setting his plan in motion, he aims to both leave the...
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