Drum (1976)

R   |    |  Action, Drama

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A mid-19th century mulatto slave is torn between his success as a pit-fighter and the injustices of white society.



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11 October 2003 | campblood13
| The funniest movie ever made about slavery. 4/10
Overall this is a fair film. Maybe not fair to history or the actors. Ken Norton asking Yaphet Kotto if he had let Sophie touch his snake was very amusing. The use of N word has to be at least a hundred times. I found the film to be in bad taste and not for any purpose other than to exploit. At the end Warren Oates makes a statement that sums up the whole film. He says that slaves are unpredictable sometimes, just like some kind of mad critter. ** out of *****

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