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Trackdown: Finding the Goodbar Killer (1983)

This made-for-TV sequel to the 1977 theatrical film "Looking For Mr. Goodbar" follows a New York City detective's quest to find the murderer of a schoolteacher.

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John Grafton
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Logan Gay
Alan North ...
Lieutenant Walter Belden
Barton Heyman ...
Alan Cahill
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Det. Steve Messelli
Shannon Presby ...
John Charles Turner
Jean De Baer ...
Betty Grafton
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Eileen Grafton
Bo Rucker ...
Trick Johnson
Marek Johnson ...
Mary Alice Nolan
Mike Miller ...
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William Kiehl ...
Cahill's Lawyer
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Escobar - Doorman
John Christopher Jones ...
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Christina-Avis Krauss ...
Vanessa Blaustein
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This made-for-TV sequel to the 1977 theatrical film "Looking For Mr. Goodbar" follows a New York City detective's quest to find the murderer of a schoolteacher.

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15 October 1983 (USA)  »

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During the scene in the bathroom of the police station, a crew member is visible in the mirror. See more »

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Opening Disclaimer: "The following broadcast is based on fact. It is not related to the Judith Rosner [sp] novel 'Looking for Mr. Goodbar', and Ms. Rosner [sp] has no connection with it." (Author's correct name: Judith Rossner) See more »

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Follows Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1977) See more »

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Gloria
Performed by Laura Branigan
Composed by Umberto Tozzi and Giancarlo Bigazzi
English lyrics by Trevor Veitch
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This was filmed on Oak Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn NYC
19 February 2006 | by (GREENPOINT'S FINEST) – See all my reviews

I am still in the same house on Oak Street-I was born there-and as of 31years still there....anyway, I remember being a little kid- probably 7ish- I was in 2nd grade? On the way to school I seen the big movie trucks- Haddads- Lighting- whatever else they use.... My house is seen on the screen for a while, The main house (where the movie meets its climatic conclusion) is across the street from me. This was the first of many movies that would find its way onto my block, sadly no one has yet said to me "hey handsome get your pretty self over here and be the star of our movie"...hasn't happened yet-but I am still waiting.Thats all I really wanted to say

PS I forgot my house ever looked like that-gotta love the '80's! Vlad


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