The Black Six was a
film featuring six NFL players as peaceful motorcycle riders who have to right a great injustice. Greene's role is often used as comic relief in the film, though in the fight scenes he holds his own. He does kiss one racist during a rumble stating "Peace and love, brother". blaxploitation
|Greene and Willie Lanier|
|Mercury Morris, Carl Eller and Joe Greene.|
|Peace and love, my brother|
In 1975 Greene played the heavy in Lady Cocoa which starred 49ers wide receiver Gene Washington.
Greene also starred in The Steeler and the Pittsburgh Kid in 1981:
That film was based on the famous Coca-Cola commercial and the story is that of a nine-year-old boy who learns much when he is temporarily adopted by football star Greene.
Greene also played himself in All the Marbles, Fighting Back: The Story of Rocky Bleier, Smokey and the Bandit II.