African American Film Critics Association - Greased Lightning (1977)
Introduction and comments following Greased Lightning, 1977, with Shawn Edwards and Edward Adams from the African American Film Critics Association.
Greased Lightning (1977) Original Trailer
Original trailer for the comedy bio-pic about the first black stock car driver, Richard Pryor as Wendell Scott, with Pam Grier, Cleavon Little and Beau Bridges, in Greased Lightning, 1977.
Greased Lightning (1977) - Bootleggers Are A Disgrace
Post WWII rural Virginia, vet Wendell Scott (Richard Pryor) is not doing well with his taxi business, commiserating with his wife (Pam Grier) then picking up a fare (Clebert Ford) which will lead to his introduction to running moonshine, in the bio-pic Greased Lightning, 1977.
Greased Lightning (1977) - I Don't See Any Bullet Holes
After a childhood bicycle racing episode in prologue, director Michael Schultz's opening, introducing Richard Pryor as will-be moonshine runner and race driver Wendell Scott, returning to Virginia from WWII, Minnie Gentry his mom, friends including Civil Rights leader Julian Bond as "Charlie," Pam Grier and Cleavon Little, in Greased Lightning, 1977.
Greased Lightning (1977) - Is That A Picture Of You?
Based on an event that happened around 1952, near Danville, Va, Wendell Scott (Richard Pryor) becomes the first black driver in a Dixie Circuit race, Beau Bridges a rival wholl become a pal, Noble Willingham a promoter with instructions, in the comic bio-pic Greased Lightning, 1977.