Sweet Jesus, Preacherman (1973) | Roger E. Mosley Marla Gibbs | Horace Tapscott AUDIO SYNC FIXED
Sweet Jesus, Preacherman is a 1973 American blaxploitation action film directed by Henning Schellerup and written by John Cerullo, M. Stuart Madden and Abbey Leitch. The film stars Roger E. Mosley, William Smith, Michael Pataki, Tom Johnigarn, Joe Tornatore, Damu King and Marla Gibs in her screen debut. Music composed by Horace Tapscott. The film was released on May 25, 1973, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Holmes (Roger E. Mosley) is a hit man working for a mob boss, Martelli (William Smith), as well as a state senator (Michael Pataki). Martelli gives Holmes an undercover assignment requiring him to pretend to be a preacher. As Holmes becomes the Rev. Jason Lee, he finds that he has a knack for speaking to his congregation. Now Holmes must find information about Martelli's competition. However, he begins to discover that his employer is hiding something from him. - Wikipedia
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