Street Killing Trailer

Street Killing Trailer (1976)

12 September 1976

In this detective drama, a prosecutor investigates a murder and finds that it is connected to a recent mugging. In the end, he is led to convict a high-ranking crime lord.

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Andy Griffith

as Gus Brenner

Bradford Dillman

as Howard Bronstein

Harry Guardino

as Al Lanier

Robert Loggia

as Louis Spillane

Don Gordon

as Sgt. Bud Schiffman

Gerrit Graham

as Dr. Vinton

Stan Shaw

as Mitchell Small

International Releases Dates

United States 12 September 1976

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