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Encyclopedia > The Mack

The Mack is a 1970s "blaxploitation" movie starring Max Julien and Richard Pryor. It deals with the life a Goldie, a black man recently released from prison who become a big time pimp. Two corrupt white cops and a local crime lord try to force him out of the business.

The movie is set in Oakland, California and was the biggest grossing blaxploitation film of it's time.

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