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ACROSS 110TH STREET &
COPS AND ROBBERS

Tuesday, July 25

ACROSS 110TH STREET
12:30   4:20   8:10
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COPS AND ROBBERS
2:30   6:20   10:10
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DOUBLE FEATURE: Two films for one admission. Tickets purchased entitle patrons to stay and see the following film at no additional charge.

ACROSS 110TH STREET

Directed by Barry Shear
Starring Tony Franciosa and Anthony Quinn

(1972) “Somebody f*** with my balls, I’d talk, too!” philosophizes a hood on the run from ambitious Mafioso Tony Franciosa. Old-style cop Anthony Quinn and Buppie detective Yaphet Kotto are also on the trail, in Hollywood’s first all-hand-held shot feature, filmed entirely in Harlem.
35mm. Approx. 102 min.
​12:30, 4:20, 8:10

“A GUTSY AFFAIR.”
– Geoff Andrew, Time Out

“Extremely seedy and violent, Across 110th Street makes extraordinary use of Harlem locations”
– Don Druker, Chicago Reader

COPS AND ROBBERS

Directed by Aram Avakian

(1973) Underpaid, burnt out, and fed up cops Cliff Gorman and Joseph Bologna decide to go for a big heist during the Apollo 11 ticker tape parade, but need backup and payoff from the Mafia — and to get out alive. Scripted by crime icon Donald E. Westlake. Thriller? Spoof? Not exactly.
35mm. Approx. 89 min.
2:30, 6:20, 10:10

“The first movie in a long time to understand, rather than merely to exploit, its New York City locales.”
– Roger Greenspun, The New York Times

“The film wrings both excitement and humor.”
– Rob Nixon, TCM