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Preview: Disco Godfather [Blu-ray/DVD Combo]

Rudy Ray Moore is The Disco Godfather, owner and MC at the baddest disco in town. But there’s a new evil in the community: Angel Dust. Determined to find and destroy the source of ‘the whack,’ The Disco Godfather becomes a one-man fighting machine from south central to Beverly Hills.

The last of Rudy Ray Moore’s 70s features, DISCO GODFATHER is easily the strangest and most original of his filmic output. Combining his trademark Kung-fu action with social commentary and hallucinogenic nightmare sequences which evoke the surreal weirdness of Coffin Joe, DISCO GODFATHER is an unforgettable cinematic finale from one of the greatest names in Blaxploitation film history.

Newly restored from its long lost 35mm original negative, Vinegar Syndrome proudly presents DISCO GODFATHER on Blu-ray for the first time, packed with all new special features.

Directed by: J. Robert Wagoner
1979 / 98 minutes / Color / 1.85:1
Actors: Rudy Ray Moore, Lady Reed, Carol Speed, Jerry Jones, Jimmy Lynch, Hawthorne James

Features Include:

• All extras on both formats
• Region free Blu-ray and DVD combo pack
• Scanned & restored in 2k from 35mm original camera negative
• “I, Dolemite IV” making-of documentary
• Commentary track w/ Rudy Ray Moore’s biographer, Mark Jason Murray, Rudy Ray Moore, writer/director J. Robert Wagoner, co-writer Cliff Roquemore and rare on-set audio.
• Soundtrack
• Promotional still gallery
• Alt. German and French language tracks
• Original theatrical trailers for DISCO GODFATHER, DOLEMITE & THE HUMAN TORNADO
• Original cover artwork by Jay Shaw
• Reversible cover artwork
• English SDH Subtitles

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