Brass

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Carroll O'Connor stars as NYPD chief of detectives Frank Nolan in Brass. The script, pseudonymously cowritten by O'Connor and Alvin Boretz, dramatizes two real-life incidents: a sniper attack on Penn Station and a murder in the CBS network parking lot. Though consigned to a desk job, Nolan insists upon hitting the streets to solve the crimes at hand. Vincent Gardenia, who'd previously costarred with Carroll O'Connor on All in the Family as Archie Bunker's next-door neighbor, appears as Chief Mike Maldonato. The director was former actor Corey Allen, best remembered as James Dean's "chicken run" opponent in Rebel Without a Cause. Intended as the pilot for a weekly series, Brass debuted September 11, 1985.

Cast

Carroll O'Connor
as Frank Nolan
Vincent Gardenia
as Chief Mike Maldonato
Anita Gillette
as Sister Mary Elizabeth
Larry Atlas
as Captain Larry Jacobs
Lois Nettleton
as Claire Willis
Sam E. Wright
as Captain Michael Shore
Jimmy Baio
as Tony Covello
Paul Shenar
as Schuyler Ross
Begonia Plaza
as Rosa Garcia
Richard Bright
as Philip Stack
Marcia Cross
as Victoria Willis
Gary Howard Klar
as Leland Brice
Al Mancini
as Gianni Farro
Patricia Kalember
as Lori Cartwright
Angelo Tiffe
as Uniformed Officer
Louis Guss
as Samuel Selig
Jude Ciccolella
as Detective Si Levy
Dan Lauria
as Detective Navarro
Jim Moody
as Medical Examiner
Paul Herman
as Uniformed Officer
Rita Karin
as Mrs. Dietz
Tudi Wiggins
as Mrs. Amory
Stefan Schnabel
as Norman Steingarten
Scott Franklin
as Black Detective
Gerry Bamman
as George Whitman
Dennis McMullen
as Lieutenant Mulachy
Shirley Stoler
as Woman in Window
Hugh O'Connor
as James Flynn
Robert Brown
as Chief Shannon
Wayne Tippet
as P.C. Haines
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