Sugar Hill is a 1974 American horror blaxploitation zombie film, directed by Paul Maslansky and starring Marki Bey as the titular character.

Plot[edit | edit source]

When nightclub owner Langston (Larry D. Johnson) refuses to sell out to local mob boss Morgan (Robert Quarry), he is beaten to death by a gang of hired thugs. His grief-stricken fiancee, Diana "Sugar" Hill (Marki Bey), vows revenge for his murder and turns to aged voodoo authority Mama Maitresse (Zara Cully). Together they conjure up the demonic spirit of Baron Samedi (Don Pedro Colley), who agrees to help Sugar. He raises an army of zombies and sets them upon Langston's killers.

Cast[edit | edit source]

  • Marki Bey as Diana Hill
  • Robert Quarry as Morgan
  • Don Pedro Colley as Baron Samedi
  • Betty Anne Rees as Celeste
  • Richard Lawson as Valentine
  • Zara Cully as Mama Maitresse
  • Charles P. Robinson as Fabulous
  • Larry D. Johnson as Langston
  • Rick Hagood as Tank Watson
  • Ed Geldart as O'Brien
  • Albert J. Baker as George
  • Raymond E. Simpson, III as King
  • Thomas C. Carroll as Baker
  • Big Walter Price as Preacher
  • Charles Krohn as Captain Merrill
  • J. Randall Bell as Parkhurst
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