Slaughter  (1972)
Massacre
Nomination Year: 2006
SYNOPSIS: It's blaxploitation at its finest. Slaughter's family was clipped by the Mob and now the Feds tell him where the remaining mobsters are hiding in Mexico, using the Badass Black to wipe them out.
Bryan Cassidy
Smithee Award Nominations
Oblivious
"And What's That Scraping Sound?"
Car one has wrecked and the spinning tire is making grinding noises. Driver of car two hangs around and finally says, "Where's the other car?"
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Worst Cover Copy
Jim Brown is Slaughter!
The back is very much like Moontrap. It's a blatant biography -- a bunch of press clippings held together by a thin glue of plot description. Key quotes: "El Mucho Macho" (Interview), "Slick values and direction" (Variety), "Appropriately Titled" (New York Daily News).
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"Cutting Butter With A Chainsaw"
Pre-Emptive Strike
We thought asking for a restaurant was scant cause for an ass-whupping? This guy just says "hi." POW! Out the window, and into the swimming pool.
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Smithee Award Winner! Acting Appropriately Stupid
When Not To Use the N-Word
Slaughter runs another guy off the road.
Slaughter: "Who killed my family?"
Other Guy: "Me. Now get me out of this car wreck, you stupid nigger!"
Slaughter decides to set the leaking gas on fire, instead.
BOOM!
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Directors
Director Claim to Fame
Jack Starrett also directed the blaxploitation classic Cleopatra Jones 
Cast
Actor Character Claim to Fame
Jim Brown <Not Yet in Database> ex-NFL running back, considered by many to be the greatest ever -- also the greatest player in the history of collegiate lacrosse 
Stella Stevens <Not Yet in Database> she was born in "Hot Coffee, Mississippi" 
Rip Torn <Not Yet in Database> born Elmore Rual Torn, Jr; not the confetti guy (Rip Taylor) 
Cameron Mitchell <Not Yet in Database> A preacher's son, he chose a darker path for his life. Playing bit parts on TV in the '70s and '80s. 
Robert Phillips <Not Yet in Database> bodyguard for Adlai Stevenson 
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