Black Shampoo

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Black Shampoo
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DVD cover
Directed by Greydon Clark
Produced by Alvin L. Fast
Written by Greydon Clark
Alvin L. Fast
Starring John Daniels
Tanya Boyd
Joe Ortiz
Skip E. Lowe
Music by Gerald Lee
Cinematography Dean Cundey
Michael Mileham
Edited by Earl Watson
Distributed by Dimension Pictures
Release dates 1976
Running time 83 min.
Country U.S.A.
Language English

Black Shampoo, later released as Sex at the Salon, is an American 1976 blaxploitation drama film directed by Greydon Clark and starring John Daniels.[1]

Plot[edit]

John Daniels plays Jonathan Knight, the owner of "Mr. Jonathan's", the most successful hair salon for women on the Sunset Strip. His reputation as a lover has become so awesome that he is sought after almost as much in that capacity as he is for his experience as a hair stylist. Everything is cool for Jonathan until he messes with the mob in an effort to protect his young attractive receptionist, played by Tanya Boyd (Celeste in Days of our Lives), from her former boss. Action explodes when the "loving" machine becomes the "killing" machine. Jonathan, chainsaw in hand, gets down to the get down on the vicious mob gang that wrecked his shop and kidnapped his woman.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Black Shampoo : DVD Talk Review of the DVD Video". dvdtalk.com. Retrieved 18 January 2014. 

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