Rookie New York cop has to deal with juvenile delinquents, his superiors, and blame for the suicide of a woman who jumped to her death while he was in her apartment.

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John Dean
Geraldine Brooks ...
Terry
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Leon
Marilee Earle ...
Nancy
William Harrigan ...
Gus
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Ricky
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Tom
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Joan
Andra Martin ...
Frances (as Sandra Rehn)
Danny Dennis ...
Short Stuff
Ted Erwin ...
Sergeant #1
Melvin Decker ...
Tiny
Lou Gilbert ...
Sam
Barry McGuire ...
Larry
Elia Clark ...
Boy
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Rookie New York cop has to deal with juvenile delinquents, his superiors, and blame for the suicide of a woman who jumped to her death while he was in her apartment.

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Only the Devil is the Winner ... on the Street of Sinners!

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Crime | Drama

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September 1957 (USA)  »

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Straße der Sünderinnen  »

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Not how I remember it...but it was a long time ago!
28 June 2006 | by (Coalville, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I saw this film in a late night slot many years ago on BBC television and it left a lasting impression. It was obviously made on a very tight budget, with next to no location shooting, but included a very telling performance from George Montgomery, one of his best in my opinion. Reading Ms Lott's account/synopsis, however, has thrown me a bit, as it's not how I remember the film. However, I must stress it was a long time ago when I viewed it! The action was, as I recall, almost all set during the night hours when policeman Montgomery walked his beat, the so called Street Of Sinners. Persoff was the local badman at the heart of the troubled area. George was on friendly terms with the ladies of the night, whilst also striving to reform the local youngsters.I remember one great scene where our hero walked into a bar and slammed his night stick baton on the bar and closed down the joint. Sadly, this underrated little picture has never been shown again on UK television. I shall continue to hope that it will one day be released on DVD.


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