Dolemite Collection, The
Rudy Ray Moore stars as the famous nightclub entertainer Dolemite, sent to prison on a frame-up by some crooked cops and his arch rival, the notorious Willy Green. Dolemite is offered an early release from prison on the condition that he help the FBI bring down Green and his henchmen, who are terrorizing the city.
The Human Tornado
Once again the name Rudy Ray Moore spells action! In this sequel to the cult smash Dolemite, The Human Tornado finds Dolemite on the run from a redneck sheriff who has caught Dolemite "messin" with his woman. Dolemite and his posse dodge the sheriff and his bullets in an exciting high speed chase that leads to California.
Petey Wheatstraw: Devil's Son-In-Law
Petey Wheatstraw (Rudy Ray Moore) was born during a tropical storm and from the moment he took his breath he could walk, talk and kick ass. He grows up to become a famous comedian; so famous that his rivals (Leroy and Skillet) can't handle the competition and plan to do Petey in.
When Petey is killed in a drive by, Lucifer himself (G. Tito Shaw) offers Petey his life back, along with unearthly powers, if he will marry the Devil's hideous daughter (Ebony Wright) and produce a son. Petey agrees to the deal but has other plans.
Rudy Ray Moore is Tucker Williams, the rapping owner and main attraction of Blueberry Hill Disco. An ex-cop with a penchant for head whacking martial arts, Tucker is called back into action when his nephew gets hooked on Angel Dust. Enlisting the cool sensibilities of his gal Friday Noel, Tucker declares war on Stinger the nation's largest producer of Dust. Attempting to destroy his factory, Tucker finds that Stinger and his goons are as deadly as the drugs they push.
Rudy Ray Moore is Rude. Filmed in 1982 in front of a live audience at Blueberry Hill in Los Angeles, the King of the Party Records performs the comedy routines and raps that made him both famous and notorious. This is the earliest known footage of Rudy Ray's nightclub act, and includes classic material from Eat Out More Often and Dolemite for President, including his recital of the legend "Dolemite." Witness Rudy Ray sparring with a live audience in this historical document of the greatest "blue" comedian of all time. Also featured are Rudy Ray's longtime opening act Leroy and Skillet, delivering their timeless burlesque comedy with the help of Cathy Cooper and Cardella DeMilo.
The Legend Of Dolemite: Bigger & Badder
Rudy Ray Moore tells us all as only he can in this all-new retrospective of his fine, fine super-fine career. From his humble post-war beginnings as turbaned adagio dancer, comedian and singer Prince Dumar to his crowning as "King of the Party Records," Rudy Ray guides us through his struggles with the music industry establishment and his efforts to press and promote his own records when nobody else would.
In the late '60 Rudy made his first party record, and the rest is X-rated history. His liberal use of "explicit language" gave the green light to legendary comedians like Redd Foxx and "Moms" Mabely, whose recorded material quickly went from risquÃ© to raunchy. Finding the formula for his success, Rudy went on to make eighteen party records, produced and starred in five films starting with the classic Dolemite, and continues to perform as both a comedian and a singer.
Rudy Ray Moore: Live At Wetlands
Rudy Ray Moore, star of the cult hits Dolemite, The Human Tornado and Petey Wheatstraw, returns to his R&B roots in this incredible September, 2000 live performance at Wetlands, N.Y.C. Backed by vocal group The Raytones and a solid Blues band led by Jimmy "Mr. Motion" Lynch, the man who taught American how to rap is back to show us how to sing the Blues.