The Soul of Nigger Charley
|The Soul of Nigger Charley|
|Directed by||Larry Spangler|
|Produced by||Larry Spangler|
|Written by||Larry Spangler (story)
Pedro Armendáriz Jr.
|Music by||Don Costa|
|Cinematography||Richard C. Glouner|
|Edited by||Howard Kuperman|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Release dates||May 16, 1973|
|Running time||109 min|
The Soul of Nigger Charley is a 1973 blaxploitation western film directed by Larry Spangler and starring Fred Williamson. It is the sequel to 1972's The Legend of Nigger Charley. It is followed by Boss Nigger. It is rated R in the United States.
The Soul of Nigger Charley continues the story of escaped slave Charley (Fred Williamson) and fellow ex-slave Toby (D'Urville Martin). This time, the two friends help a group of ex-slaves earn freedom as they combat a ruthless ex-Civil War officer who wants to keep slavery alive by selling blacks to Southern plantation owners in Mexico.
- A. H. Weiler (1973-05-17). "Soul of Ex-Slave: Williamson Returns in Nigger Charley Sequel". Retrieved 2012-03-30.
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