Max Julien


Biography

Max Julien was an actor who made a successful career for himself in film. Julien began his acting career by debuting in films like "The Black Klansman" (1966) with Richard Gilden and Rima Kutner and "Psych-Out" (1968) with Susan Strasberg and Dean Stockwell. He also appeared in the TV movie "Deadlock" (NBC, 1968-69). He kept working in film throughout the sixties and the seventies, st...

Biography

Max Julien was an actor who made a successful career for himself in film. Julien began his acting career by debuting in films like "The Black Klansman" (1966) with Richard Gilden and Rima Kutner and "Psych-Out" (1968) with Susan Strasberg and Dean Stockwell. He also appeared in the TV movie "Deadlock" (NBC, 1968-69). He kept working in film throughout the sixties and the seventies, starring in the Raymond St Jacques dramatic adaptation "Uptight" (1968) and the dramedy "Getting Straight" (1970) with Elliott Gould. During the latter half of his career, he continued to act in "The Mack" (1973) and "Thomasine & Bushrod" (1974). Julien most recently acted in the comedy "How to Be A Player" (1997) with Bill Bellamy.

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Cleopatra Jones (1973) -- (Movie Clip) See You Around, Super Honkie Confrontation here between brassy LA heroin trafficker “Mommy” (Shelley Winters) and her top distributor Doodlebug (Antonio Fargas), who wants to cut a new deal, and feels sure she can handle the threat posed by the federal agent title character, in Cleopatra Jones< 1973.
Cleopatra Jones (1973) -- (Movie Clip) TWA Flight 405 From Istanbul Having received word that the drug rehab center she supports was raided back in LA, big-time federal narcotics agent Tamara Dobson (title character) arrives at LAX, where goons representing the heroin kingpin she’s been pursuing (Shelley Winters) are waiting, in Cleopatra Jones, 1975.
Cleopatra Jones (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Burn It! Joining the credits, title character Tamara Dobson gets off a chopper and calls in a raid on a Turkish poppy field, John Orchard the Brit general, in Warner Bros.' Cleopatra Jones, 1973, co-starring Bernie Casey, with Shelley Winters as the drug-dealer villain.
Cleopatra Jones (1973) -- (Movie Clip) No Fireworks For 72 Hours Title character Tamara Dobson, a big time jet-setting federal drug agent, visiting with her boyfriend Reuben (Bernie Casey), who runs an LA drug rehab center that was just raided by crooked cops, counseling caution, and enemies lying in wait, in Cleopatra Jones, 1973.
Cleopatra Jones And The Casino Of Gold (1975) -- (Movie Clip) These Are My Irregulars In her first wardrobe change, Tamara Dobson (title character and ex-fashion model) joins her new Hong Kong private eye pal Mi Ling (Tanny) and her handy band of street kids, then they get in a car chase, early in the Warner Bros. sequel Cleopatra Jones And The Casino Of Gold, 1975.
Thomasine And Bushrod (1974) -- (Movie Clip) Been Doin' This Long? After an opening in which she shot a guy on the open range without apparent reason, in 1911 Texas, Vonetta McGee (1st title character) clears things up, with Dodson (Herb Robins) her mark and marshal Bogardie (George Murdock) paying out, in Gordon Parks Jr.'s Thomasine And Bushrod, 1974.
Thomasine And Bushrod (1974) -- (Movie Clip) She Said She Was Your Wife Screenwriter and 2nd title character Max Julien grills a gambler and dealer (Dave Burleson, John Gill) about two lynched black youths he found on the way into town, then hears that his fellow title character (Vonetta McGee) awaits, in Gordon Parks Jr.'s Thomasine And Bushrod, 1974.
Psych-Out -- (Movie Clip) Warren's Freaking Out! Stoney (Jack Nicholson) and his band-mates (Adam Roarke and Max Julien) come the rescue when hippie pal Warren (young Henry Jaglom) has a bad acid event in Psych-Out, 1968.
Psych-Out -- (Movie Clip) Let's Kill Her and Eat Her Hanging in their Haight-Ashbury coffee shop, Stoney (Jack Nicholson), Ben (Adam Roarke) and Elwood (Max Julien) meet deaf runaway Jennie (Susan Strasberg) in director Richard Rush's Psych-Out, 1968.
Psych-Out -- (Movie Clip) Incense and Peppermints Stoney (Jack Nicholson) and his band "Mumblin' Joe" are doing business in Haight-Ashbury when "Incense and Peppermints" by The Strawberry Alarm Clock arrives in the background in Psych-Out, 1968.

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