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The Glitter Dome (1984)

Two Hollywood homicide cops investigating a murder stumble upon a child-pornography ring.

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Sgt. Aloysius Mackey
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Willie
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Sgt. Marty Wellborn
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Capt. Woofer
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Herman Sinclair
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Griswold Veals
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Lorna Dillman
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Weasel
Billy Kerr ...
Ferret
William S. Taylor ...
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Dusty Morean ...
Phipps
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Jill
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Farrell
Dixie Seatle ...
Amazing Grace
Dale Wilson ...
Lloyd / Bozeman

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Storyline

Al Mackey and Marty are homicide cops in Hollywood and hot on the trail of the murderer of a movie mogul that was moonlighting by making child porno pictures. Willie is one of several suspects with motive, opportunity and the evil means to carry out this act. A medal should be in order instead of being arrested. Written by Richard Jones <rjo339@swbell.net>

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HOLLYWOOD. Where little children are dying . . . to be stars. See more »

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Crime | Drama

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18 November 1984 (USA)  »

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A Cidade do Crime  »

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$3,500,000 (estimated)
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Stuart Margolin performed a number of duties on this production. Margolin was a supporting actor, a producer, music composer and the film's director. Margolin and lead actor James Garner had had a tremendous body of work together in television including Nichols (1971), Bret Maverick (1981) and The Rockford Files (1974). See more »

Quotes

Willie: I'm not the girl you met at the party. I'm really not.
Sgt. Aloysius Mackey: I didn't bring any handcuffs.
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Featured in Los Angeles Plays Itself (2003) See more »

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Depravity for sale
8 June 2004 | by See all my reviews

John Lithgow's character, a man who was unable to push away the atrocities he had seen in his work as a cop, was heart-rending tragic. (The scene of an abused little boy whom he had rescued is haunting.) Colleen Dewhurst's character was an odd mix of crustiness, worldliness and a little bit of Mother Teresa, with regard to how she took a runaway teen/porn actress under her wing. Although the movie doesn't address it outright, we suspect that Dewhurst's character was a lesbian. It was interesting to see Willie (played by Margot Kidder), react to being treated like a lady by Garner, after having coming on to him in the S&M manner that she was accustomed to.

No, this movie isn't a great, timeless classic. But I found myself intrigued by the characters and the story. Stuart Margolin directed the movie, acted in it, and also composed music for it. It is interesting to see this versatility from a gentleman who has made a career of playing sleazy slimeballs.


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