|Savage! - Super Soul Soundtrack
Film poster for Savage! by John Solie
||Cirio H. Santiago
||Cirio H. Santiago
Lada Edmund Jr.
||New World Pictures
"Savage!" is a 1973 American-Philippines action film with elements of blaxploitation. The funding and distribution came from Roger Corman's New World Pictures which also provided the leading players from among a number of American actors who regularly appeared in such features. It was produced and directed by Cirio H. Santiago who, between 1973 and his death in 2008, partnered with Corman on over 40 Philippines-based action-adventure exploitation films which took advantage of much lower local production costs.
The title role is played by top-billed James Ingleheart, with co-stars Lada Edmund Jr. and Carol Speed. As in most such productions of the 1970s and 1980s, the setting is not identified as the Philippines, but rather an unspecified Latin American location ruled by a military-based authoritarian regime.
The soundtrack is by Don Julian.
An unnamed tropical country in Central or South America is governed by a military dictatorship. African-American soldier of fortune Jim Haygood starts out working for the government to defeat rebel forces but, appalled by his superiors' abuses and brutality, subsequently sides with the rebels and becomes known under the nom de guerre "Savage". He is joined by two American friends who are performers at the local American club — knife-thrower Vicki and trapeze artist Amanda.
- Opening credits
- starring James Inglehart
- Lada Edmund Jr.
- Carol Speed
- with Sally Jordan
- Rossana Ortiz
- Ken metcalfe
- Vic Diaz
- Harley Paton
- Marie Saunders
- Closing credits
- James Inglehart as Savage
- Lada Edmund Jr. as Vicki
- Carol Speed as Amanda
- Sally Jordan as Sylvia
- Rossana Ortiz as Julia
- Ken metcalfe as Melton
- Vic Diaz as Minister
- Aura Aurea as China
- Eddie Gutierrez as Flores
Don Julian - Savage! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
U.S. Money MS 1109 stereo (2007).
This record for sale is the 2007 re-press of the album first released in 1972.
The vinyl record attains a Mint- grading, suggesting very few plays.
Audio quality is very clear and strong throughout.
Both record centre labels are clean, unmarked, and free from tears, stains or stickers.
The album cover is in excellent condition, displaying only minimal signs of wear.
The album cover has a strong, undamaged spine, displaying very clear, printed script.
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