Matt Cimber, USA, 1975, Vinegar Syndrome, Cult

“Outfitted with a fantastic theme song by Smoke, and a fair share of gore and T&A, THE CANDY TANGERINE MAN is...a bewildering take on Blaxploitation, in which the comical elements seem to have come around to full-blown lampooning.” -- Eric Cotenas, DVD Drive-In

A favorite film of Quentin Tarantino and Samuel L. Jackson. John Daniels is “The Baron,” a no-nonsense pimp who cruises the streets in his signature tangerine Rolls Royce. Taking on rival pimps, pushers and the man, Baron uses his cunning intelligence to elude the authorities in this grim, subversive look at the violent underbelly of L.A. crime and corruption.

From Matt Cimber, one of the most diverse of all genre filmmakers, whose career included everything from horror to family films. Sidebar: he’s also director of the vintage 1980s female wrestling TV show “G.L.O.W.”!

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  • 95 mins
  • Color
  • 1.85:1


  • DCP


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