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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Cobra (1986) as Night Guard
An unconventional L.A. cop (Sylvester Stallone) with the nickname Cobra is called in to apprehend a serial killer (Brian Thompson) who's claimed sixteen victims in one month. Here's your chance to see Sly Stallone (he wrote the screenplay) and his wife at the time, Brigitte Nielsen, in their second and last film together. Loaded with action and violence. Stallone fans will love this Rambo-like movie with Stallone on the chase instead of the run.
2.
Penitentiary II (1981) as Seldom Seems
Martel "Too Sweet" Gordone earned his parole from jail by winning a prison boxing tournament. All Gordone wants to do is start a peaceful life, but a condition of his release is that he work for a boxing promoter. Gordone has no interest in boxing and wants to live with his sister and her husband who support his desire to start over. However, when some of his enemies from prison escape and kill his girlfriend, Gordone changes his plans and returns to the ring.
3.
Emma Mae (1976) as Big Daddy
A young black woman turns to crime when she falls in love with a drug dealer.
4.
Black Belt Jones (1974) as Pinky
Unfortunately for Pops, his karate studio is in a section of downtown that is targeted for redevelopment. The Mafia decides to buy his business, and thugs arrive to pressure him into selling, but in the process, they accidentally kill the elderly man. His heartbroken students call on kung-fu expert Black Belt Jones to help Pops' daughter Sydney hold onto the building. Sydney is also proficient in martial arts, and the two of them work as a team against the mob.

Cast (feature film)

5.
Woman Called Moses, A (1978) as Black Man
A dramatization of the life of the legendary slave who escaped to freedom and returned to the South many times to rescue others via her underground railroad.

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