Fathom movie trailer - starring Raquel Welch, Richard Briers, Anthony Franciosa, Ronald Fraser, Tony Franciosa, Greta Chi. Directed by Leslie Martinson. Genre: Action-Adventure
When a hero cop, a mob-connected drug dealer and a young child are brutally murdered on the streets of New York, a conspiracy of corruption begins to unravel at City Hall.
Ann-Margret (as writer Kelly Olsson) makes her entrance in green leather (?) and is mistaken for a model by editor Ric Colby (Tony Franciosa) and crew in director George Sidney's The Swinger, 1966.
Highly narrative and comic opening of George Roy Hill's directing debut, Period Of Adjustment, 1962, from the Tennessee Williams play, starring Jane Fonda, Jim Hutton, Tony Franciosa and Lois Nettleton.
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A shootout takes the lives of a cop, a mobster and a little boy and casts a young deputy mayor into the middle of a growing storm of crime, corruption and politics in New York City. Al Pacino shines as the charismatic Mayor whose idealistic underling (John Cusack) begins to uncover a shocking web of lies and deceit in the wake of the violence.
Academy Award-winner Al Pacino stars as a New York City mayor whose office comes under fire when a shoot-out between a hero cop and a Mafia-connected drug dealer leaves a small child dead in the taut political thriller City Hall...
A populist leader who has captured the hearts of the city and mastered the art of the political high-wire act, Mayor John Pappas (Pacino--Scent of a Woman, The Godfather films) harbors ambitions for the presidency. Masterminding his campaign, a brilliant young political strategist, Kevin Calhoun (John Cusack--Bullets Over Broadway, The Grifters), serves as the mayor's idealistic deputy. Their ambitious plans begin to unravel when suspicious events surrounding the deadly shoot-out rock the foundations of city hall.
He's a consummate politician who walks a mile in your shoes, feels your pain. But there may be more to populist New York City mayor Al Pacino than meets the eye.
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