Across 110th Street (1972) Trailer
The trailer for 1010th Street.
This film is set in Harlem, of which 110th Street is an informal boundary line. By-the-book black police Lieutenant Pope (Kotto) has to work with crude, racist and streetwise Italian-American Captain Mattelli (Quinn). They are looking for three blacks who slaughtered five men—three blacks and two Italians—in the robbery of $300,000 from a Mafia-owned Harlem policy bank. Mafia lieutenant Nick D'Salvio (Franciosa) and his henchmen are also after the hoods. Paul Benjamin plays the troubled but good-hearted Jim Harris, who is the last of the surviving robbers; he makes his choice in the emotional climax.
In one of many violent scenes, D'Salvio finds getaway driver Henry J. Jackson (Antonio Fargas) and brutalizes him in a Harlem whorehouse.
- Posted: July 07, 2010
- Director: Barry Shear
- Writer: Wally Ferris
- Studio: United Artists
- Release: December 19, 1972
- Cast: Anthony Quinn, Yaphet Kotto, Anthony Franciosa
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