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Report to the Commissioner (1975)

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Police officer Patty Butler, alias "Chicklet," is the live-in girlfriend of Thomas 'Stick' Henderson to gather evidence. Detective Bo Lockley is instructed to try to find her, not knowing she's also a cop.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Bo Lockley
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Richard 'Crunch' Blackstone
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Patty Butler
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Captain D'Angelo
Tony King ...
Thomas 'Stick' Henderson
Michael McGuire ...
Lt. Hanson
Edward Grover ...
Captain Strichter
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Chief Perna
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Joey Egan (as Robert Balaban)
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Asst. D.A. Jackson
Stephen Elliott ...
Police Commissioner
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Billy
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Lt. Seidensticker
Albert Seedman ...
Detective Schulman
Noelle North ...
Samantha
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Police officer Patty Butler, alias "Chicklet," is the live-in girlfriend of Thomas 'Stick' Henderson to gather evidence. Detective Bo Lockley is instructed to try to find her, not knowing she's also a cop.

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No One Knew She Was An Undercover Policewoman. Including The Detective Who Killed Her.

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Crime | Drama

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29 September 1975 (Denmark)  »

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First film of Richard Gere. See more »

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When Michael Moriarty is chasing Tony King through the street, at first King is barefoot, but at certain instances, you can tell he has on shoes, then later in the chase scene, he is barefoot again. See more »

Quotes

Richard 'Crunch' Blackstone: [laughing] It happened. They sent us a hippy.
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Loving You Gets Better With Time
Written by Vernon Burch, Spencer Proffer, Jeffrey Marmelzat
Performed by Vernon Burch
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Classic Seventies
29 November 2004 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

Okay, so there aren't enough reviews praising this? So, I will write one. It is not so much that this film is underrated, it deserves the place it has, in the unvarnished uniqueness of post French Connection New York films greenlit because Connection won best picture. This picture is interesting because in the middle of all the crime stuff, it's center is really a chewy for relationships (the kind that guys write after watching 'The Dirty Dozen' or 'Serpico' 20 times), and it is that dark center of distrust with it's dangerous home truths that provides the engine of drama.

Ever feel like that's all life is -- police stories? This one will fuel you're suspicions, if you allow yourself to go along with it (which is hard to do), but that's what New York dark cinema is supposed to do.

But see it to celebrate Susan Blakely, with 'Rich Man Poor Man' as the second part of the double bill. She has her place as a TV queen but before that she also did some very nice work large screen and showed real promise with this pic. The wardrobe, the Tidyman script, the Tosi cinematography in New York, and with the tortured performance of Moriarty there you have it. It is not a satisfying film, that is why the reactions, but it isn't supposed to be. "Report to the Commissioner" happens every day here, ask James Mills who wrote it, he has since discovered it happens all over the world.

Watch 'The Way We Were' after to see Blakely just coming on the scene, if this one is too dark for you, or, 'Who'll Stop the Rain' to see Moriarty.


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