|Category||Action/Adventure DVDs, Action Movies, Adventure Videos, Crime, Westerns, Outlaws, Blaxploitation|
|Starring||Fred Williamson, R.G. Armstrong, Barbara Leigh, D'Urville Martin, William Smith|
Boss movie was released Oct 21, 2008 by the VCI Home Video (Video Communications, Inc.) studio. The Boss (Fred "The Hammer" Williamson) has "decided to hunt white folks for a change," becoming a bounty hunter and setting out on the trail of a fugitive outlaw Jed Clayton (William Smith). Extras include original theatrical trailer, conversation with Williamson and Joel Blumberg, A Boss Memory with producer Myrl Schreibman, and A Jack Arnold Tribute by Schreibman.
Boss review Product Description
After a dozen sheriffs in a row meet untimely deaths, the townspeople figure they have nothing to lose when Williamson appoints himself "boss," knocking off the bad guys one by one.
Boss movie Customer Reviews
a must for all fred williamson fans. as a fan of his,this movie doesn`t disappoint. video is decent and so is the sound.
By onefilthybeast (sinking spring,pa.)
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Boss video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7739884|
|Studio||VCI Home Video (Video Communications, Inc.)|
|Release Date||Oct 21, 2008|
|Additional Info||Widescreen; Enhanced CD|
|Movie Details||Color; Widescreen; Enhanced CD|
Boss DVD Features
The Boss (former football star Fred Williamson), has "decided to hunt white folks for a change," becoming a bounty hunter and setting out on the trail of fugitive outlaw Jed Clyton (William Smith). With his comic sidekick Amos (D'Urville Martin), he rides into the town of San Miguel, finds that it has no sheriff and takes the job himself. Boss takes a bite out of local crime and brings the hammer down on Clyton in this amusing and action-filled parody of the 1970s blaxploitation genre, as he institutes black man's law in this white man's town!
Source: VCI Home Video
Full Frame - 1.33
Widescreen - 1.85
Dolby Digital (unspecified) - English
Additional Release Material:
Trailers: Original Theatrical Trailer
1. A Boss Memory
2. A Conversation With Fred ‘The Hammer' Williamson
3. A Jack Arnold Tribute to Producer Myrl Schreibman
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