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Alone in the Neon Jungle (1988)

A by the book female police officer is assigned to the most corrupt precinct in Pittsburgh and told to get it cleaned up.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Todd Hansen
Ken Fraker
Raymond Serra ...
Sgt. Sal Ruby
Charlotte d'Amboise ...
Paige O'Brien
Wendy (as Patty Owen)
Alex Coleman ...
Sam Dolby
Vince Ginelli
Sgt. Clevon Jackson
John Hamilton


When the Chief of Police transfers tough police captain Janet Hamilton to "The Sewer," a crime-infested inner-city precinct, she suspects that many of her own men have been thriving in this lawless wasteland-though she has no idea how deep the corruption goes. Compelled to investigate after a sergeant is mysteriously murdered, Janet discovers that some of Pittsburgh finest are caught up in one of the most explosive and shocking scandals the City of Pittsburgh has ever seen. Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

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17 January 1988 (USA)  »

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Command in Hell  »

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1.33 : 1
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LA law
20 January 1999 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

A well-respected police officer is assigned to an LA precinct stuffed full of the usual movie cliches (drugged-up gangs, dope-peddlers, hookers and their pimps, gypsies, tramps and thieves). That's the thanks you get for doing a good job: you get a harder one to do. Setting about tidying up the shop in her usual fashion, she is dismayed when one of her closest colleagues is mysteriously shot dead while on duty. And when she checks out the murder, following a lead through the victim's girlfriend (a hooker, of course), she finds the usual wall of silence, corruption and conspiracy one finds when enmeshed in a thoroughly average TV movie.

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