"Richard Pryor Collection: 4 Film Favorites" - "The Mack" - It takes a street fighter to clean up the streets. It takes The Mack and his pack to do it right! Packed with raw power, "The Mack" takes an uncompromising look at big city street life and survival. Don't miss the action because the action never stops!. "Uptown Saturday Night" - Working stiff Steve (Sidney Poitier) thinks he's hit the jackpot. He and pal Wardell (Bill Cosby) are living it up at a posh after-hours club - until masked bandits steal all the patrons' loot. Safely home, Steve picks up the newspaper and reads he really has hit the jackpot...with a lottery ticket tucked in his stolen wallet! Get down with this buoyant bang-up comedy as straight-arrow Poitier (who also directs) and funky, frisky Cosby cavort with such stellar uptown talent as Richard Pryor, Flip Wilson, Roscoe Lee Browne, Rosalind Cash, Paula Kelly and in a swell "Godfather" spoof, Harry Balafonte as a mob kingpin. "Moving" - Comedy and screen legend Richard Pryor hits the comedy road in "Moving," a good-time tale of a flustered suburbanite trying to relocate with his family from New Jersey to Idaho. Dave Thomas, Dana Carvey and Randy Quaid are among the comic ensemble in this movie that packs "a houseful of laughs" (V.A. Musetto, "New York Post"). "Greased Lightning" - Pryor has a driving ambition in "Greased Lightning," the decades-spanning true story of Wendell Scott, who cracked the all-white world of stock-car racing, built cars from junkyard parts, endured taunts, overcame setbacks and won NASCAR and Grand National crowns. "There's not a more likable movie currently on view," "Time" reviewer Richard Schickel wrote about this biopic that marks Pryor's first lead film role.
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