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Across 110th Street

Extremely seedy and violent, this 1972 feature by Barry Shear and cinematographer Jack Priestley makes extraordinary use of Harlem locations in telling the story of three punks who rip off $300,000 from the syndicate's numbers bank. Anthony Quinn is the beleaguered police detective with too many skeletons dangling in too many closets, and Anthony Franciosa is the mob's enforcer. Grim, and not for the weak stomached. With Yaphet Kotto, Richard Ward, and Antonio Fargas. 102 min.


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