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 Nikki Halverson.
Together we’ll be reviewing:
THE NELSON AFFAIR [PG] 1hr 56min. Starring Peter Finch, Glenda Jackson, Anthony Quayle; Directed by James Cellan Jones – A look in to the affair between Admiral Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton during the French war.
FISTS OF FURY [R] 1hr 39min. Starring Bruce Lee; Directed by Lo Wei – The debut kung fu movie of Bruce Lee.
THE HARRAD EXPERIMENT [R] 1hr 36min. Starring Don Johnson, Bruno Kirby, Tippi Hedron, James Whitemore; Directed by Ted Post – A college professor runs a sex experiment on a handful of students.
THE BULLET MACHINE [R] 1hr 24min Starring Gilbert Wynne; Directed by Lindsay Shonteff – A British private eye movie, that is a bit of a satire.
COFFY [R] 1hr 30min Starring Pam Grier, Sid Haig; Directed by Jack Hill – Revenge blaxploitation flick with a strong female character.
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