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  • John T. Mitchell

    Renowned Stuntman

    Filmography Hide Stunts (3 titles) 1982 Penitentiary II (stunts - as John Mitchell), 1974 Blazing Saddles (stunts - uncredited), 1973 Cleopatra Jones (stunts - uncredited)

  • Evelyn Cuffee

    Evelyn Cuffee

    Renowned Stuntwoman


    I was born in Mitchell, South Dakota in 1933. My Mother and Father, Blaine and Lorece Brooks moved there from Missouri. I am the only girl out of seven brothers, so of course I was kind of a tom boy, because my Father made my brothers take me with them to play. In school I played all sports, and when I was a Freshman in high school I was elected as a cheerleader, I didn't know that would make me a celebrity, but because I was a Black girl, … Let me restate that. I was the Frist Black Girl to ever be a cheerleader in South Dakota. It was no big thing to me or my family, because this was my home town. I forgot to say that my family was the only Black family in Mitchell, and I also played in the high school band. After graduation, I married and I had five Children, then moved to California. More...

    The First African American Stuntwoman - Hooper 1978 (Stunts)

    Movie Credits “Hooper” 1978 (Stunts) “The New Centurions” “Buck and the Preacher” “Melinda” “2 Minute Warring” “Earthquake” “Airport 77” “The Nude Bomb” “Watermelon Man” to name a few.

  • Melvin Jones

    Melvin Jones

    Renowned Stuntman

    Filmography - Big Momma's House (stunts), 2000 3 Strikes (stunts), 1999 Hijack (stunts), 1997-1999 L.A. Heat (TV series) (stunt performer - 3 episodes), – Legacy of a Buffalo Soldier (1999) (stunt performer), – Ties That Bind (1999) (stunt performer), – Old Scores (1997) (stunt performer), 1999 The Doorman (stunts), 1998 Mighty Joe Young (stunts), 1998 Gunshy (stunts), 1997 Scream 2 (stunt performer), 1997 The Underground (stunts), 1997 Executive Target (stunts), 1996 The Nutty Professor (stunts), 1995 Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead (stunts), 1995 Automatic (stunts), 1995 Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (stunts), 1995 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up (stunts) 1994 The Hard Truth (stunts), 1994 There Goes My Baby (stunt player), 1994 Pulp Fiction (stunts), 1994 Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult (stunts), 1993 Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (stunts), 1993 Weekend at Bernie's II (utility stunts), 1993 Amos & Andrew (stunts),

  • Bennie Moore

    Bennie Moore

    Renowned Stuntman

    Bennie E. Moore, Jr. is a stuntman, stunt actor, and stunt coordinator who performed stunts as a Starfleet technician in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Moore's costume was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1] In 2004 he won a Taurus World Stunt Award for best work with a vehicle in Bad Boys II, shared with fellow Star Trek stuntmen Jophery C. Brown, Gilbert Combs, Andy Gill, Steve Kelso, Henry Kingi, Sr., and Steve Picerni. Moore has performed stunts in films such as Mame (1974), Rocky (1976), Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977, with Louise Fletcher), Rocky II (1979), The Blues Brothers (1980, with Henry Gibson, Charles Napier, Eddy Donno, James Avery, and stunts by Bobby Bass, Janet Brady, Jophery C. Brown, Gilbert Combs, William Couch, Jean Coulter, Carol Daniels Dement, Kenny Endoso, Gary Epper, Jim Halty, Freddie Hice, Tommy J. Huff, R.A. Rondell, Sharon Schaffer, and Dick Ziker), The Sword and the Sorcerer (1982), The Beastmaster (1982), Explorers (1985), Lethal Weapon (1987)