Across 110th Street

Film

Thrillers

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Time Out says

Unremittingly violent account of a pair of New York cops (one black, one white) assigned to track down three Harlem robbers-cum-murderers. Familiar crime movie characterisations, but as directed by Shear, who made the highly impressive Todd Killings, it's a gutsy affair, given a distinct lift by the Harlem locations; and between the bouts of physical aggression, there are occasional moments of insight into the fraught relationship between Quinn and Kotto.
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Release details

UK release:

1972

Duration:

102 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Barry Shear

Cast:

Richard Ward, Ed Bernard, Paul Benjamin, Anthony Franciosa, Yaphet Kotto, Anthony Quinn, Antonio Fargas

Music:

JJ Johnson

Production Designer:

Perry Watkins

Editor:

Byron 'Buzz' Brandt

Cinematography:

Jack Priestley

Screenwriter:

Luther Davis

Producer:

Ralph Serpe, Fouad Said

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