T.N.T. Jackson

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T.N.T. Jackson
T.N.T. Jackson (movie poster).jpg
Original film poster by John Solie.
Directed by Cirio H. Santiago
Produced by Roger Corman (executive producer)
Cirio H. Santiago (producer)
Written by Leonard Hermes (story and screenplay)
Ken Metcalfe (story and screenplay)
Ken Metcalfe (writer)
Dick Miller (writer)
Starring See below
Music by Tito Sotto
Cinematography Felipe Sacdalan
Edited by Barbara Pokras
Gervacio Santos
Distributed by New World Pictures
Release date
July 7, 1975
Running time
68 minutes (UK)
72 minutes (USA)
Country United States
Philippines
Language English
Filipino
Tagalog
Box office $1.3 million [1]

T.N.T. Jackson is a 1974 American Blaxploitation film directed by Cirio H. Santiago.[2] The film is also known as Dynamite Jackson (French video title), Dynamite Wong and TNT Jackson (Philippine English title). The script was originally written by actor Dick Miller, but Roger Corman had it rewritten.[1]

Plot summary[edit]

The film is about Diana Jackson (aka TNT), who learns her brother is missing. She suspects a powerful gangster and his friends are behind the disappearance. Determined to get at the truth, she goes to Hong Kong, and along with a friend named Joe, wages war on the criminal gang she's out to nail.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Christopher T Koetting, Mind Warp!: The Fantastic True Story of Roger Corman's New World Pictures, Hemlock Books. 2009 p 74-75
  2. ^ "Roger Corman's Cult Classic's Lethal Ladies Collection : DVD Talk Review of the DVD Video". dvdtalk.com. Retrieved 17 January 2014. 

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