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The Good Policeman (1991)

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Isaac Seidel is a highly unconventional New York police-commissioner. He is well-abled in dealing with trouble at the headquarter, the maffia and situations in the streets. His loyalty to ... See full summary »

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Isaac Seidel
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Jerry Diangelis
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Tom Signorelli
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Sweets Montgomery
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Isaac Seidel is a highly unconventional New York police-commissioner. He is well-abled in dealing with trouble at the headquarter, the maffia and situations in the streets. His loyalty to his profession and the city he so loves make him do the utmost to solve the problems, even if it means he has to bend the rules. Written by P.J. Wardenaar

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Routine cop action.
22 January 2002 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Executive producer Ron Silver ought to have got himself something more substantial than this routine cop action piece which wastes a good cast on some unconvincing twaddle where he's police commissioner for Mayor Brown and does character stuff like criticising the nasties for wearing old school colours from institutions they never attended and singing along with the psychos.

Silver's Good Policeman is an imitation of Al Pacino in "And Justice for All."


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