Welcome to another episode of The Films of 1973, where I review every available film from 1973!
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For this episode I’m joined by my good friend Katie Carlson.
The films we’ll be reviewing on this episode are:
BLACK CAESAR [R] 95min. Starring Fred Williamson; Directed by Larry Cohen – Blaxploitation films about the rise and fall of a gangster.
TIME TO RUN [PG] 97min. Starring Ed Nelson, Barbara Siegel; Directed by James F. Collier – Drama about a lost young man who finds Jesus.
THE CREEPING FLESH [PG] 92min. Starring Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee; Directed by Freddie Francis – Period piece British Horror film about a scientist who discovers a mysterious skeleton.
THE WORLD’S GREATEST ATHELETE [G] 93min. Starring John Amos, Jan-Michael Vincent, Tim Conway; Directed by Robert Scheerer – Live action Disney comedy about a young man who was raised in the jungle, brought to America to be a competitive athlete.
I LOVE YOU, ROSA [not rated, but equivalent to a PG rating] 81min. Directed by Moshi Mizrahi – An Israeli film about a 12 year old boy who, because of a Jewish tradition, must marry his older brother’s widow when he grows up.
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