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Mandingo 1975

From Amazon: Richard Fleischer directed this lurid historical drama based on the novel by Kyle Onstott. The story begins on a run-down plantation lorded over by Warren Maxwell (James Mason) and his son Hammond (Perry King). Hammond travels to New Orleans where he buys a top-of-the-line slave, Mede (Ken Norton), at an auction. Hammond is proud of his purchase, hoping to bring in money by training Mede to fight his other slaves. Hammond returns with Mede to the plantation, where he has to conted with his sex-crazed wife, Blanche (Susan George). Hammond looks upon Blanche as damaged goods since he discovered her to not be a virgin on their wedding night....

Directed By:
No image existsRichard Fleischer
Written By:
No image existsNorman Wexler
No image existsJames Mason
No image existsSusan George
No image existsPerry King
No image existsRichard Ward
No image existsKen Norton
No image existsBen Masters
No image existsBrenda Sykes
No image existsPaul Benedict
No image existsJi-Tu Cumbuka

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Mandingo Movie Review by BillyBob (10/24/2010)

Dismiss MANDINGO as trash if you like, but, you can surely bet on one thing - In this day and age of "political correctness" a film like this one would never, ever be made.

Yes - MANDINGO is lurid. Yes - It is melodramatic. And - Yes - It is racist. (This film depicts the African slaves as nothing but animals)


(complete Mandingo review by BillyBob)

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