Photo Archive[African American Film], [Blaxploitation] Black Gunn Original 1972 Lobby Card Archive of 4 Vibrant, Colorful Lobby Cards. Columbia Pictures, 1972. Each lobby card measures 11" x 14". Set in Los Angeles, the plot follows a black militant group that robs a Mafia bookie joint. As a result, nightclub owner Gunn, played by Jim Brown, must work as a go-between for the militant group and the mob. After Gunn's brother is killed in a robbery, he vows revenge against the mob, resulting in a violent climax. This film appeared at the peak of Jim Brown's action career but was unlike other exploitation movies from the 70s. Black Gunn was an international co-production by a major studio, Columbia Pictures, which led to other mainstream actors working on the film including Martin Landau, Vida Blue and Luciana Paluzzi. During filming, Jim Brown and Brenda Sykes began a love affair. Two lobby cards feature Brown and Sykes, one where Brown is holding a gun while they sit together in bed, and another with Sykes getting onto a motorcycle with Brown walking behind her. Another Lobby card features a shirtless, muscular Brown with two young white women. All lobby cards are vibrant and feature the red Black Gunn logo in a corner. All lobby cards are crisp and in very good condition.