Oyo Adolfo Lastretti Its got more one-liners, better as in more amusing dialogue, better action. Over this trilogy, Shaft has developed as a person--we've already seen hints of that in his role as a mourner at the funeral of his friend in "Big Score". Shaft or Roundtree doesn't look happy about that. Shaft protests that he's more Sam Spade than James Bond when given a Q-type hidden gizmo, only to later wind up in bed with the oversexed mistress of the top man in the slavery racket in the hottest bedroom scene of the whole trilogy. Richard Roundtree further cements the title character as a classic screen figure not unlike Bogart. Two, Aleme's bodyguard Osiat Frank McRae in one of his earliest roles, before he become a very familiar character actor is always around to enforce roadblock 1.
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70s Rewind: John Guillermin's SHAFT IN AFRICA
A representative of a group trying to break up a slavery ring in Africa tries to recruit Shaft by saying his family was brought to America to pick cotton. Plus he's more like in the way he responds to the deaths of friends and allies with as much grief as anger. Other Sellers on Amazon. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Two, Aleme's bodyguard Osiat Frank McRae in one of his earliest roles, before he become a very familiar character actor is always around to enforce roadblock 1. Apart from that, it goes down easy as a forgotten minor pleasure from the early 70s.