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December 23, 2013

Episode 146: Black Shampoo (1976)

Special Guests: Greydon Clark & Dean Cundey

Can you feel the love? We wrap up 2013 with Mike's favorite film, Black Shampoo, the tale of an African American salon owner who squares off against the mob when his true love is taken from him; going from a loving machine to a killing machine.

We're joined by Leon Chase, one of the folks who celebrates Black Shampoo Day every December 26th.

Buy Black Shampoo on DVD
Buy Greydon Clark's autobiography On the Cheap
Listen to Leon's band, Uncle Leon & the Alibis
Visit The Reign of Zaius website
Visit The Pill Girls website
Read more about Mike's Black Shampoo obsession in Impossibly Funky
Subscribe to Skip E. Lowe's YouTube Channel
Read about Dean Cundey's American Society of Cinematographers honor
Visit the Maverick's Flat website
Listen to our earlier episode about Greydon Clark's Wacko
Listen to our earlier episode about Candy Tangerine Man

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1 comment:

  1. I am beyond thrilled that this exists. I saw Black Shampoo for the first time a couple nights ago and I've watched it twice. I love Exploitation movies, and this was an instant favorite. Love listening to the stories of you guys watching it! Found this via Reddit when I was looking for other Black Shampoo lovers.