Most Popular Titles With Location Matching "Sing Sing Penitentiary - 354 Hunter Street, Ossining, New York, USA"
2. King of New York (1990)
R | 103 min | Crime, Thriller
A former drug lord returns from prison determined to wipe out all his competition and distribute the profits of his operations to New York's poor and lower classes in this stylish and ultra violent modern twist on Robin Hood.
Votes: 24,113 | Gross: $2.55M
4. Lonely Hearts (2006)
R | 108 min | Crime, Drama, Romance
Based on the true story, two homicide detectives track Martha Beck and Raymond Martinez Fernandez, a murderous pair known as the "Lonely Hearts Killers" who lured their victims through the personals.
Votes: 17,751 | Gross: $0.19M
7. Kiss of Death (1947)
Approved | 99 min | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
With his law-breaking lifestyle in the past, an ex-con, along with his family, attempt to start a new life, knowing a betrayed someone from the past is bound to see otherwise.
8. Each Dawn I Die (1939)
Approved | 92 min | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
A corrupt D.A. with gubernatorial ambitions is annoyed by an investigative reporter's criticism of his criminal activities and decides to frame the reporter for manslaughter in order to silence him.
9. 20,000 Years in Sing Sing (1932)
Unrated | 78 min | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
Brash hoodlum Tom Connors enters Sing Sing cocksure of himself and disrespectful toward authority, but his tough but compassionate warden changes him.
11. Castle on the Hudson (1940)
Approved | 77 min | Crime, Drama
Mobster Tommy Gordon isn't worried about being sentenced to Sing Sing prison because his political pals have promised him a quick parole. A troublesome prisoner, he finally concedes that ... See full summary »
13. Tracks (II) (2005)
R | 92 min | Drama, Crime
'Tracks' is based on the true-story of a middle class white suburban teenagers who unknowingly committed a senseless act of violence in July of 1982. Peter Madigan and his friends spent ... See full summary »
16. Helen at Risk (2006 Video)
14 min | Short, Crime, Drama
Helen Briggs volunteers to conduct a mask-making workshop at the local penitentiary. As she struggles to convey her empathy for the prisoners, Helen is forced to question her own faith in the redemptive power of Art.