A world-traveling loner (Fred Williamson) arrives in a small midwestern town to bury his brother but winds up sticking around to mete out justice and win the love of a good woman (Pam Grier). After he reopens the brother’s tavern, crooked white cops try to shake him down, so he enlists some friends from the big city to fight back; they take over the department but prove to be even more corrupt than the white men they’ve replaced. It falls to Williamson—with the aid of a pilfered armored assault vehicle—to restore order. This 1975 actioner is worth watching for its vintage dress and decor—that and Pam Grier, of course. Arthur Marks directed.