Shakedown on the Sunset Strip Trailer

Shakedown on the Sunset Strip Trailer (1988)

"Vice for sale on the boulevard of broken dreams." 22 April 1988 Drama, TV Movie 93 mins

Ambitious police sergeant, Charles Stoker, takes on prostitution in 1948 Los Angeles to make a name for himself. Madam, Brenda Allen, however has the 'whole city' on her payroll and his crusade proves difficult.

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Cast

Perry King

as Charles Stoker

Season Hubley

as Officer Audre Davis

Joan Van Ark

as Brenda Allen

Vincent Baggetta

as Sgt. Fuller

David Graf

as Officer Jack Ruggles

Michael McGuire

as Insp. Parker

Joan McMurtrey

as Betty Stoker

Charles Siebert

as Sgt. Gerber

Harris Laskawy

as Mickey Cohen

Norman Burton

as Ward Sullivan

Sean McGuirk

as Lynn Selby

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 22 April 1988

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