The Stone Killer (1973)
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The John Gardner novel A Complete State of Death became this bloody crime flick that united frequent action genre collaborators Charles Bronson and director Michael Winner. Bronson stars as Detective Lieutenant Lou Torry, a grizzled undercover New York City cop who ruins his career when he is caught going violently overboard while apprehending a ghetto punk. As punishment, Torry is banished all the way to the L.A. Police Department, where he begins investigating a mysterious chain of events
Aug 8, 1973 Wide
Sony Pictures Entertainment
Detective Lou Torrey
Detective Guido Lore...
Detective Les Daniel...
Larry J. Blake
L.A. Police Chief
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- Detective Guido Lorenz: I tried Lou, but all you've got is enemies. The kid was only 17.
- Detective Lou Torrey: The gun made him older.
- Sergeant: The kid's inside now. He's got a big gun.
- Detective Lou Torrey: And a small future.
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