The Choirboys Trailer

The Choirboys Trailer (1977)

"Don't look for these guys in church." 23 December 1977 Drama, Comedy, Crime 119 mins

A group of Los Angeles cops decide to take off some of the pressures of their jobs by engaging in various forms of after-hours debauchery.

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Cast

Charles Durning

as Spermwhale Whalen

Louis Gossett, Jr.

as Calvin Motts

Perry King

as Baxter Slate

Clyde Kusatsu

as Francis Tanaguchi

Stephen Macht

as Spencer Van Moot

Tim McIntire

as Roscoe Rules

Randy Quaid

as Dean Proust

Chuck Sacci

as 'Father' Sartino

Don Stroud

as Sam Lyles

James Woods

as Harold Bloomguard

Burt Young

as Scuzzi

Bob Minor

as Hod carrier 2

Robert Webber

as Deputy Chief Riggs

Charles Haid

as Nick Yanov

Blair Brown

as Kimberly Lyles

International Titles

Bande de flics Trailer

International Releases Dates

Sweden 25 December 1977

United States 23 December 1977

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