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1979, Vinegar Syndrome/Xenon Pictures, 93 min, USA, Dir: J. Robert Wagoner

When insidious drug pushers introduce PCP to the hard-partying disco scene, things turn bad fast and a celebrity DJ (played by comedy icon Rudy Ray Moore) must clean up his dance hall. Never missing a beat, the Disco Godfather takes it to the streets, slapping around petty drug dealers and exposing crooked cops, all the while spinning the latest grooves at his club.

1976, Vinegar Syndrome/Xenon Pictures, 96 min, USA, Dir: Cliff Roquemore

When the mafia starts strong-arming Queen Bee and her nightclub, there is only one person who can save the day. Rudy Ray Moore brings whirlwind gusto to this action-packed comedy sequel as Dolemite battles the mob with kung fu fury and silver-tongued rhymes.

1975, Vinegar Syndrome/Xenon Pictures, 90 min, Dir: D'Urville Martin

“If you crave satisfaction, this is the place to find that action.” Iconic comedian Rudy Ray Moore explodes on the screen in this grindhouse cult classic. After being set up by arch rival Willie Green, Dolemite is left fuming in jail. But thanks to the help of Queen Bee, Dolemite is freed and can exact his revenge. Overstuffed with kung fu action, groovy tunes, and Moore’s patented rhyming style,

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