Kenner (1969 ): Sekely’s Action-Melodrama, Starring Jim Brown

This low-budget B-movie, directed by Steve Sekely and written by Robert L. Richards and Harold Clemins, stars Jim Brown as a tough vengeful man who goes through transformation after meeting a needy young boy.

After his partner is murdered in Singapore, Roy Kenner (Brown) travels to Bombay in search of the killer, Tom Jordan (Charles Horvath). In the process, he meets a fatherless young boy, Saji (Ricky Cordell), falls for the boy’s mother, Anasuya (Madlyn Rhue), and takes the lonely boy under his wing when she is accidentally killed.

The film builds up to a final confrontation with Jordan atop a building, after Kenner takes the boy home with him to the U.S.