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Removing 'and is currently unavailable on DVD.' from article. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Wergoheb (talk • contribs) 20:41, 2 February 2007 (UTC).
No, it is not officially available on DVD. The distributor on that, Blax Films, is a bootleg outfit running out unauthorized issues of unavailable "blaxploitation" films, like Hit Man and Coonskin. Note that the Amazon page was 'created by a seller'. I do own one of the Blax Films DVDs and, while the quality isn't that bad for a bootleg, it's still no substitute for an authorized release by the copyright owners. (Sugar Bear (talk 19:41, 31 March 2007 (UTC))
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There is no evidence that "Boss Nigger" is part of this series, other than the presence of the two leading men and the same controversial word in the title. Yet the entries for both this movie and the sequel claim "Boss Nigger" is another sequel. To my mind, this is incorrect. First of all, why is there any mystery behind "Boss'" name when, supposedly, we already know his name is "Charley"? The most obvious discrepancy is in D'Urville Martin's characters. In the "Nigger Charley" movies, he plays a character named "Toby", while in "Boss Nigger", his character's name is "Amos". This needs to either be verified or corrected.