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For Dutch, survival is the ultimate score, and power is the deadliest high of all. When he gains control of an African drug lord's stolen heroin business, Dutch quickly makes it the most feared drug empire on the East Coast.

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Michelle
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Sam
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Fat Tony Cerone
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Sugar ray
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Benard 'dutch' James
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Anthony Jacobs
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Teen Dutch
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Craze
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Teen Qwan
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Delores Murphy
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Nina
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Zoom
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Teen Angel
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Simone
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Officer Falcone
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Frank
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London
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Librarian
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Sgt. Burke
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Bill Blass
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Qwan
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Kazami
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Desmond
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Young Dutch
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Roberto Piazza
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Stenographer
Bellamane ...
Angel
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Dan Perez
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Isaac Howard
Geraldine Moreno ...
Angel Charlie's
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Lilian
Jeremy Weaver ...
Teen Craze
Tawana Turner ...
Federal Agent
George Stumpf ...
Detective O'Neal
Alexis Gardner ...
Tamika
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Bartender
Geraldine Mereno ...
Angel Charlie's
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Courthouse Attendee
Cosima Bellamacina ...
Victoria
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Jury Member
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Courthouse Attendee
Daesha Jackson ...
Diamond
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Valet Guy
Jezaret Hall ...
Waitress
Maddie Munson ...
Officer
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Paul Cortez

Directed by

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Preston A. Whitmore II

Written by

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Preston A. Whitmore II ... ()
 
Teri Woods ... (based on the novel by)

Produced by

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Jessica Bowser ... post producer
Mahir Fadle ... co-producer
Manny Halley ... executive producer / producer
Yolanda Halley ... co-producer
Rodney Turner II ... co-producer
Kameron Wood ... line producer

Music by

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Chris Paultre

Cinematography by

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Brian Taylor

Film Editing by

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Andre Jones
Salvatore Sclafani

Editorial Department

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Sydney Baldwin ... finishing coordinator
Manny Halley ... Finished Producer
Oliver Ojeil ... colorist

Casting By

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Manny Halley

Production Design by

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Delarey Wagener

Art Direction by

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Johnson Cooley ... on set art director

Set Decoration by

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Scott Alin

Costume Design by

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Paris Diamond

Production Management

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Dale Stelly ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Daniel Edel Bennaiem ... second assistant director
Ivan Kraljevic ... first assistant director
David Wolfgang ... second unit director
Kameron Wood ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Nicholas Hagen ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Sean Byrnes ... production sound mixer

Stunts

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Al Burke ... stunt driver
Kieran Gallagher ... stunt performer
Eli Jane ... stunts
Reuben J. Lee ... stunts
Ian van Temperley ... stunt performer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jude Abadi ... first assistant camera
Cory Baron ... lighting technician
Jean Carlos Falcon ... grip
Chuck France ... camera operator
Spinnaker Greenberg ... 2nd unit
Eamon Long ... camera operator
Ariel Roncoli ... jib operator
Salvatore Sclafani ... dit
David Shawl ... steadicam operator
Tannie Xin Tang ... first assistant camera
Ben Thatcher ... digital imaging technician

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Alva Glass ... wardrobe supervisor

Music Department

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Manny Halley ... music supervisor
Nicolle Johnson ... music clearance

Additional Crew

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Greta Paola Gallone ... Media Manager
Kelly Troy Howard ... production assistant
Bruce Nahin ... business affairs / rights and clearances
Lee Meltzer ... film publicist (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Dutch: The First of a Trilogy. James Bernard Jr., a.k.a. Dutch, has become the most dangerous criminal in New Jersey. From his early skill as a car thief, Dutch recognized the opportunity to rule the streets and he seized it. With both the protection and respect of the Mafia, Dutch becomes the most terrifying force on the streets. District Attorney Anthony Jacobs is determined to take down Dutch and his crew, and he's confident that his witnesses will testify against them.

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Taglines You Get One Time, To Be Big Time See more »
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  • 109 min
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Did You Know?

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Goofs When Angel is brought to the prosecutor; she is handcuffed with her hands in front. However, in the next cut, when the female correction officer then tells her to put her hands in the back her handcuffs are off and she proceeds to place them in the back. Also since she has her hands handcuffed in front she wouldn't be able to put them in the back anyway unless they took them off which they didn't. Even if allowed for artistic license that her handcuffs were removed off camera; it still makes no sense since they could have initially handcuffed her behind her back when they first escorted her from her cell. See more »

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