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Brothers is a 1977 American drama film directed by Arthur Barron and produced by Edward Lewis and Mildred Lewis. It stars Bernie Casey, Vonetta McGee, Ron O'Neal, John Lehne, Stu Gilliam, Renny Roker, Owen Pace, Dwan Smith and Martin St. Judge in the lead roles. This film's music is composed by Taj Mahal.[3]


  • Bernie Casey as David Thomas
  • Vonetta McGee as Paula Jones
  • Ron O'Neal as Walter Nance
  • John Lehne as McGee
  • Stu Gilliam as Robinson
  • Renny Roker as Lewis
  • Owen Pace as Joshua
  • Dwan Smith as Kendra
  • Martin St. Judge as Williams[4]
  • Al Turner as Henry Taylor
  • Samantha Harper as Joan Kline
  • Carl M. Craig as Jack Browning
  • Sam Nudell as Attorney Sirrell
  • Jim Swoopes as Sen. Billings
  • Dick Yarmy as District Attorney Wayne
  • Charles Ricardo Brown as Horton
  • Susan Barrister as Tina
  • Alphonso Williams as Bill
  • Oliver Fletcher as Lacy
  • Sidney Galanty as Balaban
  • Joseph Havener as Warden
  • Cynthia Songé as Staff Girl
  • Mercedes Alberti as Female Guard
  • John Zaremba, John Shay, Richard Collins, Richard Peck, Thomas Bellin, Alonzo Bridges, Joe Carlo, David Clover, Robert Cortes, Janet Dey, Zeno Nahayevsky, Nick Pellegrino, Edwin J. Thalman[5]


Brothers was released in theatres on August 3, 1977. The film was released on VHS on September 1, 1998, by Warner Home Video.[6]

See also

  • List of hood films


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  2. "Brothers (1977)".. themoviescene.co.uk. Retrieved on 2017-06-27.
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  4. "Brothers 1977 film".. moviefone.com. Retrieved on 2017-06-27.
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  6. Brothers (VHS). Burbank, California: Warner Home Video. September 1, 1998. ASIN 6303921973. Retrieved March 5, 2018.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>

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