Contract on Cherry Street Trailer

Contract on Cherry Street Trailer (1977)

19 November 1977 Drama, Thriller, TV Movie 145 mins

A policeman devises an unorthodox plan for bringing criminals to justice after his partner is brutally gunned down.

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Cast

Frank Sinatra

as Dep. Insp. Frank Hovannes

Martin Balsam

as Capt. Ernie Weinberg

Jay Black

as Tommy Sindardos

Verna Bloom

as Emily Hovannes

Joe De Santis

as Vincenzo Seruto

Martin Gabel

as Martin Gabel

Harry Guardino

as Ron Polito

James Luisi

as Al Palmini / Arnold Palmer

Michael Nouri

as Lou Savage

Marco St. John

as Eddie Manzaro

Henry Silva

as Roberto Obregon

Estelle Omens

as Flo Weinberg

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 19 November 1977

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