Together Brothers, is a 1974 American film directed by William A. Graham and starring Ahmad Nurradin and Anthony Wilson. The film is about a gang of street youths who try to expose a cop killer before he gets to a child who witnessed the murder.
(Synopsis): When the uniformed officer who mentors a group of urban teens is found brutally murdered, the "brothers band together to find the killer. The young brother of one of the group saw the murder, and was almost dispatched by the killer himself. Traumatized by the incident, the boy is mute, adding to the suspense as the killer stalks him, and closes in to silence him for good. Adding to the atmosphere is the only score ever composed for a film by Barry White, which may seem overwrought and "blaxploitation-is" out of context, but underscores the movie's dark visuals with stunning effectiveness.
(Starring): Ahmad Nurradin as H.J, Anthony Wilson as Tommy, Nelson Sims as A.P, Kenneth Bell as Mau Mau, Owen Pace as Monk, Kim Dorsey as Gri Gri, Ed Bernard as Mr. Kool, Lincoln Kilpatrick as Billy Most, Glynn Turman as Dr. Johnson, Richard Yniguez as Vega,
Directed by: William A. Graham, Produced by: Robert L. Rosen, Release date: August 7, 1974, Running time: 94 minutes, Features: 4:3 Screen, MPG-5 Color, Dolby Digital