DEATH DIMENSION (also known as FREEZE BOMB; KILL FACTOR; and BLACK ELIMINATOR) stars the late JIM KELLY, the first Black martial arts film star. He co-starred alongside Bruce Lee in the blockbuster, Enter the Dragon (1973); which led to a three-picture deal with Warner Brothers where he made Black Belt Jones (1974); Three the Hard Way (1974) co-starring blaxploitation superstars Jim Brown (Slaughter) and Fred Williamson (Black Caesar); and Hot Potato (1976). After which he starred in the low-budget films Black Samurai (1977); Death Dimension (1978); and Tattoo Connection (1978). His last major appearance was in One Down, Two to Go (1982), co-starring again Brown and Williamson, along with Richard Roundtree (Shaft).
Directed by Al Adamson, and Produced by Harry Hope; the Cast includes: Jim Kelly as Lt. Detective Ash; George Lazenby as Capt. Gallagher; Aldo Ray as Verde; Terry Moore as Madam Maria; Harold "Odd Job" Sakata as The Pig; Patch Mackenzie as Felicia; and Myron Bruce Lee as Li
DRACULA VS FRANKENSTEIN (1971)