Code of Silence Trailer

Code of Silence Trailer (1985)

"Eddie Cusack's a good cop having a very bad day." 03 May 1985 Drama, Action, Thriller 101 mins

A Chicago cop is caught in a middle of a gang war while his own comrades shun him because he wants to take an irresponsible cop down.

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Chuck Norris

as Eddie Cusack

Mike Genovese

as Tony Luna

Henry Silva

as Luis Comacho

Bert Remsen

as Commander Kates

Nathan Davis

as Felix Scalese

Ralph Foody

as Det. Cragie

Allen Hamilton

as Ted Pirelli

Ron Henriquez

as Victor Comacho

Joe Guzaldo

as Det. Nick Kopalas

Molly Hagan

as Diana Luna

Ron Dean

as Det. Brennan

Dennis Farina

as Det. Dorato

Gene Barge

as Det. Music

Mario Nieves

as Pompas


International Titles

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International Releases Dates

United States 03 May 1985

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