Shaft is the original that started it all, widely cited as the first "blaxploitation" movie. Richard Roundtree plays John Shaft, the street-smart private eye whose hunt for a kidnap victim puts him between feuding syndicates. Isaac Hayes provides the memorable Academy AwardO-winning Best Original Song (1971) and gritty score. "He's a bad dude," a racketeer says about Shaft in the sequel Shaft's Big Score! Leave it to Shaft to back up that statement in a way New York's wise guys understand as he investigates the murder of a client. Roundtree again puts on the hero's leather jacket, reuniting with director Gordon Parks

Shaft is the original that started it all, widely cited as the first "blaxploitation" movie. Richard Roundtree plays John Shaft, the street-smart private eye whose hunt for a kidnap victim puts him between feuding syndicates. Isaac Hayes provides the memorable Academy AwardO-winning Best Original Song (1971) and gritty score. "He's a bad dude," a racketeer says about Shaft in the sequel Shaft's Big Score! Leave it to Shaft to back up that statement in a way New York's wise guys understand as he investigates the murder of a client. Roundtree again puts on the hero's leather jacket, reuniting with director Gordon Parks

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Shaft/Shaft's Big Score!

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Format: DVD
Label: Warner Studios
Catalog: 79169
Rel. Date: 02/28/2006
UPC: 012569791695

Shaft/Shaft's Big Score!
Artist: Shaft [Movie]
Format: DVD
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Shaft is the original that started it all, widely cited as the first "blaxploitation" movie. Richard Roundtree plays John Shaft, the street-smart private eye whose hunt for a kidnap victim puts him between feuding syndicates. Isaac Hayes provides the memorable Academy AwardO-winning Best Original Song (1971) and gritty score. "He's a bad dude," a racketeer says about Shaft in the sequel Shaft's Big Score! Leave it to Shaft to back up that statement in a way New York's wise guys understand as he investigates the murder of a client. Roundtree again puts on the hero's leather jacket, reuniting with director Gordon Parks