|Hustling 1975 TV, 105 min.|
Director: Joseph Sargent
Cast: Lee Remick, Jill Clayburgh, Monte Markham, Alex Rocco, Melanie Mayron, Beverly Hope Atkinson, Allan Miller, Dick O'Neill, Burt Young, Paul Benedict, John Sylvester White, Burke Byrnes, Howard Hesseman, James Andronica, Clifford A. Pellow
This made-for-TV drama is based on Gail Sheey's book that follows reporter Fran Morrison (Lee Remick) as she investigates the big business of prostitution in NYC. Morrison works for a New York City magazine, and she uncovers the fact that wealthy and powerful corporations and families benefit directly from prostitution. Morrison gets more than she bargained for when her report causes a storm of controversy.
|The New Centurions 1972 R, 103 min.|
Director: Richard Fleischer
Cast: George C. Scott, Stacy Keach, Jane Alexander, Scott Wilson, Rosalind Cash, Erik Estrada, Clifton James, James Sikking, Ed Lauter, Dolph Sweet, William Atherton, Beverly Hope Atkinson, Peter de Anda, Michael de Lano, Stefan Gierasch
This police drama, based on Joseph Wambaugh's best-selling novel, pits veteran L.A. police officer Sergeant Kilvinsky (George C. Scott) against one of the new breed of rookies, part-time law student Roy Fehler (Stacy Keach). Roy learns much from Kilvinsky, but, because of the stresses of the job, he ignores his law studies. That upsets his wife Dorothy (Jane Alexander) who does not like being a cop's wife, and she leaves Roy. Meanwhile, Kilvinsky is planning to retire and wants to train Roy so that he can take his place on the force. With Dorothy gone and police pressures on his mind, Roy finds relief in a new girlfriend Lorrie (Rosalind Cash), but more problems lie ahead.
|1. Hustling (1975)|
2. The New Centurions (1972)
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