Across 110th Street in 35mm

Series: Grindhouse Film Festival

The Grindhouse Film Festival presents a rare 35mm print of this 1972 overlooked crime classic. One of the best films of the 1970s.

After a robbery in Harlem turns into a scene of mass murder, a promising young black police officer (Yaphet Kotto) is assigned to the case, along with a surly, prejudiced Italian-American cop (Anthony Quinn). The pair clash as they race to track down the three suspects and apprehend them, but also searching for the fugitives is a ruthless mobster who will stop at nothing to retrieve the stolen money.

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Director
Barry Shear
Year
1972
Format
35mm
Wheelchair accessible
Yes
Open Captions (subtitles)
No
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Showtimes

Tuesday, February 27