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Little Ladies of the Night (1977)

Not Rated | | Drama | TV Movie 16 January 1977
The sister of ex-pimp and current Los Angeles Police detective Kyle York was murdered working the streets a few years ago. Since his reform, he has teamed with Officer Russ Garfield to ... See full summary »

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Lyle York
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Russ Garfield
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Hailey Atkins
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Comfort
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Marilyn Atkins
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Frank Atkins
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Maureen
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Karen Brodwick
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The sister of ex-pimp and current Los Angeles Police detective Kyle York was murdered working the streets a few years ago. Since his reform, he has teamed with Officer Russ Garfield to clear the streets of under-age girls working in prostitution. Pretty, young runaway Hailey Atkins has been turned out. Down deep she wants to go straight but has had great difficultly escaping her pimp and doesn't even have a place to go. York and Garfield go out on a limb to try and help. Written by Richard Jones <rjo339@swbell.net>

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Linda Purl received letters from several teenagers informing her that this TV movie dissuaded them from running away from home. See more »

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7 May 1999 | by See all my reviews

'Little Ladies of the Night' and 'Children of the Night' are both wonderful movies. They are an example of what life is really like for some young people, and they show us that there are young people on the streets that need our help and love.


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