Thomasine & Bushrod
|Thomasine and Bushrod|
|Directed by||Gordon Parks Jr.|
|Produced by||Harvey Bernhard
|Written by||Max Julien|
|Music by||Coleridge-Tylor Perkinson|
|Edited by||Frank C. Decot|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|April 10, 1974|
Thomasine & Bushrod is a 1974 blaxploitation film directed by Gordon Parks, Jr., written by and starring Max Julien and Vonetta McGee and was released by Columbia Pictures. The title song was written by Arthur Lee and performed by his band Love.
Thomasine and Bushrod go on a crime spree through the American south between 1911 and 1915, acting as Robin Hood type heroes who steal from rich, white capitalists, then give to Mexicans, Native Americans and poor whites.
- Lowry, Katharine (July 1974). "When All the Laughter Turned to Sap". Texas Monthly. p. 31.
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