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Foxy Brown

USA 1974
produced by
Buzz Feitshans for AIP
directed by Jack Hill
starring Pam Grier, Katheryn Loder, Peter Brown, Antonio Fargas, Terry Carter, Harry Holcombe, Sid Haig, Juanita Brown, Tony Giorgio, Fred Lerner, Sally Ann Stroud, Bob Minor, H.B. Haggerty, Jack Bernardi, Boyd 'Red' Morgan, Brenda Venus
written by Jack Hill, music & songs by Willie Hutch

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Pretty much fed up with her drug dealing & gambling brother Link (Antonio Fargas), Foxy Brown (Pam Grier) nevertheless helps him out of a squeeze when he is about to be beaten up by Eddie (Tony Giorgio) & Bunyon (Fred Lerner), henchmen of Katherine Wall (Katheryn Loder) & Steve Elias (Peter Brown), big time drug runners whom Ling owes 20.000 Dollars.

However, how does her bro thank her the effort - by betraying her boyfriend Michael (Terry Carter), an undercover cop, to Katherine & Steve ... who promptly have him killed.

Enraged, Foxy realizes she has to take law into her own hands, & first beats the relevant information about Katherine's organisation out of Link, then joins the organisation undercover, as a high class prostitute. But when she, always the good Samaritan, helps fellow ho' Claudia (Juanita Brown) & sets up a corrupt judge (Harry Holcombe), she falls from grace with Katherine, & soon her real identity is found out, & She is brutally tortured & then sent to the ranch - which is where Katherine has her heroin produced, & there Foxy is to be heavily drugged & repeatedly raped.

But Foxy, a woman of many resources, despite being tied to a bed soon finds a way out of the jam she's in, & furthermore manages to blow up the ranch, too.

Then she goes after the big fish, &, with the help of some local vigilantes, she gets in on a big drug deal Steve is personally involved in, & while her vigilantes pretty much blow away all of Steve's henchies, she gets hold of Steve himself & castrates him ...

Then it's off to Big Bad Katherine herself, & Foxy decides to directly enter the lion's den, seemingly unarmed, & present Katherine - & Eddie & Bunyon - with Steve's best bits in a pickles jar. When Eddie & Bunyon are trying to get her though, she pulls a miniature gun out of her Afro (!) & shoots them both. Katherine she lets live, a broken woman ...


For some reasons, Foxy Brown has gained some notoriety as a classic or a landmark film of the blaxploitation genre.

Despite some fine moments though, the movie is not all that outstanding, rather a rough edged action movie (that happens to have a black heroine) with many seedy, trashy & exploitative elements, & an emphasis on Afros & garishly coloured 70's fashion. Having said that, it is an entertaining little film exactly for those reasons, if definitely nothing special.

Willie Hutch's music & songs, courtesy of Motown Records, are impeccable though.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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