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Across 110th Street (19-Dec-1972)

Director: Barry Shear

Writer: Luther Davis

From novel: Across 110th by Wally Ferris

Music Score Composed and Conducted by: J. J. Johnson

Producers: Ralph Serpe; Fouad Said

Keywords: Crime, Blaxploitation, New York, Harlem

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Antonio Fargas
Actor
14-Aug-1946   Huggy Bear on Starsky and Hutch
Tony Franciosa
Actor
25-Oct-1928 19-Jan-2006 A Face in the Crowd
Yaphet Kotto
Actor
15-Nov-1937   Homicide
Tim O'Connor
Actor
3-Jul-1927   Elliot Carson on Peyton Place
Anthony Quinn
Actor
21-Apr-1915 3-Jun-2001 Zorba the Greek
Burt Young
Actor
30-Apr-1940   Paulie in Rocky

CAST

Starring
Anthony Quinn   ...   Capt. Mattelli
Yaphet Kotto   ...   Lt. Pope
Co-Starring
Paul Benjamin   ...   Jim Harris
Ed Bernard   ...   Joe Logart
Richard Ward   ...   Doc Johnson
Antonio Fargas   ...   Henry J. Jackson
Norma Donaldson   ...   Gloria Roberts
Gilbert Lewis   ...   Shevvy
Marlene Warfield   ...   Mrs. Jackson
Nat Polen   ...   Lt. Reilly
Tim O'Connor   ...   Lt. Hartnett
and
Tony Franciosa   ...   Nick D'Salvio
Frank Adu   ...   Black Assistant
Frank Arno   ...   Det. Rizzo
Joe Attles   ...   Mr. Jessup
Tina Beyer   ...   Black Whore
Gerry Black   ...   Patrolman
Samuel Blue, Jr.   ...   Dr. Christmas
Norman Bush   ...   Bartender
Anthony Cannon   ...   Sal
Maria Carey   ...   Maria
Anthony Charnota   ...   Frank
Dick Crockett   ...   Patrolman
Keith Davis   ...   Cab Driver
George Di Cenzo   ...   Patrolman
Joe Dismas   ...   Stentar
Brendan Fay   ...   Ballistics Man
Joe Fields   ...   Herman
Clebert Ford   ...   Tow Truck Operator
Barnetta Fowler   ...   Tailor Shop Customer
Andrea Lynn Frierson   ...   Florence Jessup
George Garro   ...   Young Mr. Gennarro
Joseph George   ...   Gaiti
Steve Gravers   ...   Tailor Shop Patrolman
Paul Harris   ...   Mr. C.
Dallas Edward Hayes   ...   Numbers Guard
Jimmy Hayeson   ...   Hyme
Betty Haynes   ...   Mrs. Jessup
Hilda Haynes   ...   Black Woman
Gloria Hendry   ...   Laurelene
Betty Howard   ...   Mrs. Fears
Pete Hock   ...   Patrolman
Robert Jackson   ...   Angry Tenant
K. C.   ...   Pimp
Phil Kennedy   ...   Howard Jello
Nick La Padula   ...   Lawyer
Al Leberfeld   ...   Accountant
Ken Lynch   ...   Tailor Shop Patrolman
Charles McGregor   ...   Chink
Ric Mancini   ...   Police Detective
Frank Mascetta   ...   Don Gennarro
Charlene Mathies   ...   Sherry
Norman Matlock   ...   Numbers Leader
Stephen Mendillo   ...   Patrolman
Robert Sacchi   ...   Hood
Janet Sarno   ...   Theresa D'Salvio
Thurman Scott   ...   Doc's Guard
George Strus   ...   Patrolman
Adam Wade   ...   Patrolman
Arnold Williams   ...   Glenn W. Fears
Mel Winkler   ...   Manager, 7 11 Club
Burt Young   ...   Lapides

REVIEWS

Review by Darrell Clark (posted on 11-Jun-2007)

Misclassified by some as a blacksploitation film, this was a great gangster flick. Tony Franciosa's portrayal of a mafia Don rates with some of filmdoms all time greatest psycho villains. Richard Widmark pushing an old lady in a wheelchair down the stairs, Lee Marvin as Liberty Valance, Steve Buscemi in Resevoir Dogs, Darth Vader, and Phil,from the Sopranos. I saw the film in New York City in a re-release, at a "working man's movie theater" (three movies for the price of one), on 42nd Street. When Tony's charecter got killed, the whole movie audience got to their feet and cheered. Great movie, vastly underrated.


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