Bronk (1975–1976)
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... Lt. Alex Bronkov
... Harry Mark
... Sgt. John Webber
... Mayor Pete Santori
... O'Flanagan
George Loros ... Mavros
Albert Henderson ... Inspector Burke
Dennis Robertson ... Ray Parnell
... O'Sullivan
Douglas Henderson ... Fred R. Stone (as Doug Henderson)
Russ Marin ... Ship's Captain
Joe Petrullo ... Ship's Officer (as Joseph Petrullo)
Frank Baxter ... Security Officer
Trenace Roley ... Receptionist
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Crime | Drama

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22 February 1976 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Hateful cop
16 December 2015 | by See all my reviews

A dangerous international terrorist is put under arrest by the police force when he was hiding aboard a cruiser and then the problems begin for Bronk and his colleagues. Because detectives from NYPD want to take charge of the terrorist against the will of our hero. But the terrorist eventually escapes from the ship in which he was put under custody. You have here some weird sequences when the police Irish officials get drunk, which leads to a terrific surprise, a surprise I won't spoil you, believe me folks, a terrific surprise. I will point out that camera angles remind me the British TV directors way of filming, such as Bob Fuest gave us. I like the cop from NY character, with a Broderick Crawford looking like way of talking, a sort of borderline cop seeking revenge, vengeance... A worth watching episode.


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