Across 110th Street (1972) Slicker than a Harlem shakedown, Across 110th Street "hits hard" (Cue) with a jacked-up, smacked-down thrill-ride through the hell-raisin' hoods of Harlem!
Black Belt Jones (1974) The Mafia wants to buy Pop's downtown karate studio in an area planned for redevelopment. They get Pinky and his thugs to pressure Pop into selling, but accidentally kill him. The karate students call the kung-fu expert, Black Belt Jones, for help.
Black Samurai (1977) Black Samurai-1977, Color-Robert Sand is a special martial arts agent of D.R.A.G.O.N. who must battle an evil warlock and his minions.The warlock drug dealer kidnaps Sand's girlfriend in an effort to get a weapon called a freeze bomb.
Blacula (1972) Urban action and fatal attraction give rise to a groove from beyond the grave in this funkadelic, fangadelic Soul Cinema sensation! The eternally cool William Marshall puts a fresh spin on the age-old legend of the vampire, condemned to wander the earth with an insatiable lust for blood.
Cleopatra Jones (1973) A Turkish poppy field is torched - and a U.S. drug trafficker known as Mommy is feeling pretty burned. She phones the local cops she owns and orders a retaliatory strike on an inner-city antidrug headquarters. Mommy's next call should be to 911. For now she'll have to mess with Cleopatra Jones. Mommy is relentless in her vendetta - but Cleo responds with catlike karate stealth
Coffy (1973) In the opening minutes of Coffy, Pam Grier's star-making role, she blasts the skull of a sleazy drug pusher into pulp like a watermelon and shoots his junkie assistant with an overdose of heroin. Jack Hill knows how to open a movie, and he never lets up on the down-and-dirty action.
Cooley High (1975) Often called 'the black American Graffiti'but with "far more vitality and more variety" (The New York Times)
Foxy Brown (1974) She's brown sugar and spice...and if you don't watch it, she'll put you on ice! Delivering a performance worthy of "the Queen of the genre" (Los Angeles Times), Grier portrays one of the screens first action heroines with humor, sensitivity and steely determination. This electrifying revenge thriller explodes with all the sex appeal and cooler-than-cool attitude of its irresistible leading lady.
Friday Foster (1975) Pam Grier is Friday Foster, a photographer's assistant at a glamour magazine assigned to cover the secret arrival of a reclusive black millionaire (Thalmus Rasula).
Shaft (1971) When Harlem P.I. John Shaft first appeared on the movie scene he was a shut-your-mouth detective to reckon with a fact underscored by Isaac Hayes' Oscar®-winning Best Original Song (1971). Richard Roundtree plays the hard-hitting street-smart title role in these signature "blaxploitation films hunting for a kidnap victim in Shaft seeking a friend's murderer in Shaft's Big Score! -- and mixing it up with mob thugs each time. Finally there's Shaft in Africa ("He's the Brother Man in the Motherland" proclaimed ads) with our hero bringing down a slavery cartel. Shaft's the name.
Sheba Baby (1975) Super sexy soul sister Pam Grier (Jackie Brown) is hotter than dynamite in a role she fills with fiery determination. Proving she's cool, tough and glamorousa female fantasy Wonder Woman (Los Angeles Times), Grier delivers a riveting, gutsy performance in this hard-hitting thriller that leaps from one death-defying scene to the next.
Superfly (1972) Ron O'Neal in the smart, streetwise box office success about a pusher who tries to make one last killer deal before kicking the business.
The Black Godfather (1974) In this John Evans' directed 1974 blaxploitation classic Rod Perry leads an all-star cast in the grueling story of a hood clawing his way to the top of an urban drug-selling mob.
The Mack (1973) It takes a street fighter to clean up the streets. It takes The Mack and his pack to do it right! Packed with raw power, The Mack takes an uncompromising look at big city street life and survival.
Even More:  
A Change of Mind (1979)
A Piece of Action  (1977)
Abbey (1974)
Adios Amigo (1975)
Amazing Grace (1974)
Bamboo Gods and Iron Men (1974)
Bare Knuckles (1977)
Black Caesar (1973)
Black Devil Doll From Hell (1984)
Black Eliminator (1975)
Black Eye (1974)
Black Fist (1975)
Black Gunn (1972)
Black Heat (1976)
Black Jack (1979)
Black Jesus (1971)
Black Mama, White Mama (1972)
Black Samson (1974)
Black Samurai (1977)
Black Shampoo (1976)
Black Sisters Revenge (1976)
Black Snake (1973)
Blackenstein (1973)
Book of Numbers (1973)
Boss Nigger (1975)
Brother on The Run (1973)
Brotherhood of Death (1976)
Bucktown (1975)
Car Wash (1976)
Cleopatra Jones and Casino of Gold (1975)
Come Back, Charleston Blue (1972)
Cool Breeze (1972)
Coonskin (1975)
Cornbread, Earl and Me (1975)
Cotton Comes To Harlem  (1977)
Darktown Strutters (1975)
Death Journey (1976)
Detroit 9000 (1973)
Disco 9000 (1976)
Disco Godfather (1979)
Dolemite II: Human Tornado (1976)
Dr. Black and Mr. Hyde (1976)
Drum (1976)
Ebony, Ivory and Jade (1976)
Emma Mae (1976)
Five on the Black Hand Side (1973)
Fox Style (1973)
G.I Bro (1978)
Ganja and Hess (1973)
Get Christy Love (1974)
Gordon's War (1973)
Greased Lightining (1977)

Hall of Anger (1970)
Hammer (1972)
Hangup (1974)
Hell Up in Harlem (1973)
Honey Baby, Honey Baby (1974)
Honky (1971)
Hot Potato (1976)I Escaped from Devil's Island (1973)
If He Hollers, Let Him Go (1968)
In your Face (1977)
J.D's Revenge (1976)
Johnny Tough (1974)
Lady Cocoa (1975)
Lead Belly (1976)
Let's Do IT Again (1975)
Mean Johnny Barrows (1976)
Melinda (1972)
Miss Melody Jones (1972)
Mr. Mean (1977)
No Way Back (1976)
Norman…is That you (1976)
One Down, Two to GO (1982)Petey Wheatstraw (1977)
Putney Swope (1969)
Savage Sisters (1974)
Savage! (1973)
Slaughter (1972)
Slaughter's Big Ripoff (1973)
Soul Patrol (1978)
Soul Souldier (1970)
Sugar Hill(1974)
Super Soul Brother (1979)
Superfly T.N.T (1973)
Sweet Jesus Preacherman (1973)
Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song (1971)
T.N.T Jackson (1975)
Take a Hard Ride (1975)
Take Another Hard Ride (1977)
That Man Bolt (1973)
The Arena (1974)
The Bad Bunch (1976)
The Baron (1977)'
The Big Bird Cage (1972)
The Big Doll House (1971)
The Big Score (1983)
The Black Connection (1974)
The Black Klansman (1966)
The Black Six (1974)
The Bus is Coming (1971)
The Education of Sonny Carson (1974)
The Dynamite Brothers (1974)
The Final Comedown (1972)
The House on Skull Mountain (1974)
The Last Dragon (1985)
The Last Fight (1983)
The Legend of Black Charley (1972)
The Monkey Hu$tle (1976)
The Muthers (1976)
The Slams (1973)
The Soul of Nigger Charley (1973)
The Split (1968)
The Story of a Three Day Pass (1968)
The Thing With Two Heads (1972)
Thomasine and Bushrod (1974)
Three The Hard Way (1974)
Together Brothers (1974)
Top of the Heap (1972)
Tough Guys (1974)
Trick Baby (1973)
Trouble man (1972)
Up Tight (1976)
Uptown Saturday Night (1974)
Velvet Smooth (1976)
Welcome Home, Brother Charles (1975)
Which Way Is Up? (1977)
Willie Dynamite (1974)
Youngblood (1978)