African America Film Critics Association - Cleopatra Jones (1973)
Introduction and comments following Cleopatra Jones, 1973, with Anita Bennett and KJ Matthews from the African American Film Critics Association.
Cleopatra Jones (1973) -- (Original Trailer)
Made for TV trailer does little justice to the big-budget Warner Bros. Blaxploitation feature Cleopatra Jones, 1973, starring Tamara Dobson, which made enough money to justify an even more expensive sequel.
Cleopatra Jones (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Burn It!
Joining the credits, title character Tamara Dobson gets off a chopper and calls in a raid on a Turkish poppy field, John Orchard the Brit general, in Warner Bros.' Cleopatra Jones, 1973, co-starring Bernie Casey, with Shelley Winters as the drug-dealer villain.
Cleopatra Jones (1973) -- (Movie Clip) TWA Flight 405 From Istanbul
Having received word that the drug rehab center she supports was raided back in LA, big-time federal narcotics agent Tamara Dobson (title character) arrives at LAX, where goons representing the heroin kingpin shes been pursuing (Shelley Winters) are waiting, in Cleopatra Jones, 1975.
Cleopatra Jones (1973) -- (Movie Clip) See You Around, Super Honkie
Confrontation here between brassy LA heroin trafficker Mommy (Shelley Winters) and her top distributor Doodlebug (Antonio Fargas), who wants to cut a new deal, and feels sure she can handle the threat posed by the federal agent title character, in Cleopatra Jones< 1973.
Cleopatra Jones (1973) -- (Movie Clip) No Fireworks For 72 Hours
Title character Tamara Dobson, a big time jet-setting federal drug agent, visiting with her boyfriend Reuben (Bernie Casey), who runs an LA drug rehab center that was just raided by crooked cops, counseling caution, and enemies lying in wait, in Cleopatra Jones, 1973.