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Blu-ray Review - The Candy Tangerine Man


1975's "The Candy Tangerine Man" is blaxploitation with a different attitude, trying to turn a ruthless pimp into a something of a screen hero. Director Matt Cimber adds a dash of James Bond to the violent mix of attitude and intimidation, working to celebrate the actions of The Black Baron (John Daniels): hustler during the week, suburban dad on the weekends. While the feature struggles to maintain focus on critical elements of the genre, it gets by on oddity, with Cimber attempting to raise hell with limited resources and a wild imagination for screen excess. Read the rest at


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