Harold Robbins' 79 Park Avenue Trailer

Harold Robbins' 79 Park Avenue Trailer (1977)

16 October 1977 360 mins

A poor New York teenager of the mid-1930 is forced into prostitution despite sincere efforts to make a living and ultimately becomes the city's most famous madam.

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Cast

Marc Singer

as Ross Savitch

David Dukes

as Mike Koshko

Barbara Barrie

as Kaati Fludjicki

Polly Bergen

as Vera Keppler

Raymond Burr

as Armand Perfido

Michael Constantine

as Ben Savitch

Lloyd Haynes

as John Stevens

Scott Jacoby

as Paulie Fludjicki

Peter Marshall

as Brian Whitfield

Alex Rocco

as Frank Millerson

Albert Salmi

as Peter Markevich

John Saxon

as Harry Vito

John Saxon

as John Hackson DeWitt

Jack Weston

as Joker Martin

Sandy Helberg

as Joey Rannis

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 16 October 1977

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