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Fort Apache, the Bronx

Synopsis

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starring
Paul Newman
Ken Wahl Ed Asner
Nicknamed Fort
Apache, New York's
41st precinct station is situated in the violent and deserted South Bronx, a 40-block area of burned-out buildings, demolished tenements and rampant crime.
Paul Newman is Patrolman Murphy, a tough and experienced cop who, with his young partner Corelli, faces a variety of dangers on their daily beat. When a hardline commander is assigned to the precinct his by-the-book approach brings a whole new series of problems to the officers of the 41st....
Screenplay by HEYWOOD GOULD Produced by MARTIN RICHARDS and TOM FIORELLO
Directed by DANIEL PETRIE
(First showing on British television)
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Contributors

Unknown: Paul Newman
Unknown: Ken Wahl
Unknown: Paul Newman
Unknown: Heywood Gould
Produced By: Martin Richards
Produced By: Tom Fiorello
Directed By: Daniel Petrie
Murphy: Paul Newman
Connolly: Ed Asner
Corelli: Ken Wahl
Morgan: Danny Aiello
Isabella: Rachel Ticotin
Charlotte: Pam Grier
Theresa: Kathleen Beller
Jumper/detective: Tito Goya
Hernando: Miguel Pinero
Jose: Jaime Tirelli
Track star: Lance William Guecia






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