Shaft's Big Score – Trailer

You can’t say the mob wasn’t warned about John Shaft. “He’s a bad dude,” a numbers racketeer cautions them. Now Shaft himself will deliver that message in a way New York City’s wise guys understand. Richard Roundtree reunites with the director (Gordon Parks) and the screenwriter (Ernest Tidyman) of 1971’s trendsetting Shaft for Shaft’s Big Score!, the second of Roundtree’s three movie portrayals of the street-smart, leather-jacketed private investigator. This time, the blown-to-kingdom-come murder of a client plunges Shaft into a case that bounces him like a pinball between the 133rd Precinct and competing mobs. But the players are about to be played in this “rousing and entertaining thriller” (Newsweek). MPAA Rating: R (c) 1972 A Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved #Trailer #WB

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6 Responses to “Shaft's Big Score – Trailer

  • The music at the beginning of this trailer and the funky music towards the end of this trailer "Shaft's Big Score" was used in an other MGM released 1972 film "Cool Breeze" starring Thalmus Rasulala. I strongly believe this music was used in the trailer because it was decided that Gordon Parks was going to compose the music and not Issac Hayes and Gordon Park's score was either not ready yet and or it was decided that the score would not be played in the trailer in fear that the sequel would not be interested in seeing a new "Shaft" film with no Issac Hayes score.

  • Summer of 1972 I asked my father to take us to the movies to see the Godfather. His reply was the Godfather is not a suitable movie for us to see since the story centers around the mafia and organized crime. Then he stated that he would take us to see Shaft's Big Score.

  • That shaft is one bad mother–
    Shut yo mouth

  • Kick. Ass. Sequel.
    The great Gordon Parks on the vision and the music was so good.

  • Filmed in my old building!

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