Wiseguy (1987–1990)
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David Sternberg's final act is to leave a letter incriminating Rick Pinzolo in a murder he witnessed, and Raglin desperately seeks to make the charges stick, as the OCB garment-center investigation draws to a disquieting close.

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Vinnie Terranova (credit only)
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Carole Sternberg
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John Henry Raglin (as Anthony Denison)
Sydney Filkow ...
Rabbi (as Syd Filkow)
Tony Ganios ...
Harry Goz ...
Phil Bernstein
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Catherine
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Sheila Paterson ...
Rose
Dale Robins ...
Marty
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David Sternberg's final act is to leave a letter incriminating Rick Pinzolo in a murder he witnessed, and Raglin desperately seeks to make the charges stick, as the OCB garment-center investigation draws to a disquieting close.

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25 January 1989 (USA)  »

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Jerry Lewis in the garment trade arc
8 November 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I just finished watching this Wiseguy arc (all five episodes) yesterday, and I decided to come on here and write a comment. Jerry Lewis is incredibly good in his role as Eli Sternberg, a Jewish tycoon in the garment industry who gets set up for a crime he didn't commit. There are so many great moments as the story unfolds, but what makes it work is how superbly Lewis plays off Ron Silver as his son. It almost didn't matter that Ken Wahl is missing in three of the episodes. As the events led up to a powerful conclusion in the fifth episode, I began to wish Jerry Lewis had not been so identified with comedy, because this man is a great dramatic actor. He brought me to tears several times in more than one episode. What an outstanding performer he is.


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