Across 110th Street (1972)
Average Rating: 7.2/10
Reviews Counted: 6
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Release Date: Dec 19, 1972 Limited
Average Rating: 3.4/5
User Ratings: 3,256
Across 110th Street is a violent urban thriller about a corrupt, older white cop (Anthony Quinn) and an honest, young African-American cop (Yaphet Kotto) chasing three robbers-cum-murderers who ran away with $300,000 that belonged to the Italian mob. The police must find them before the sadistic Mafia henchman Nick D'Salvio (Anthony Franciosa) reaches them first. The film has reached a cult status; the title song, performed by Bobby Womack, was later used in Jackie Brown, Quentin Tarantino's
Dec 19, 1972 Limited
Oct 16, 2001
Capt. Frank Mattelli
Det. Lt. Pope
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[VIDEO] As exaggerated as the violence appears, it is in keeping with the social climate of the time. No punches are pulled, and rightly so.
One of the best actioners of the 1970s, this unpretentious film benefits from sharp editing, on-location shooting and strong acting.
Dated crime drama headed by top cast including Anthony Quinn.
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