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Deadly Shots on Broadway
Die Ratten vom Broadway

West Germany 1969
produced by
Heinz Willeg (executive) for Allianz Filmproduktion, Terra-Filmkunst
directed by Harald Reinl
starring George Nader, Heinz Weiss, Heidy Bohlen, Miha Baloh, Michaela May, Horst Naumann, Konrad Georg, Herbert Fux, Manfred Reddemann, Karl-Heinz Thomas, Ulli Kinalzik, Arthur Brauss, Rudolf Fernau, Hans Heyde, Gerd Frickhöffer, Klaus Hagen Latwesen, Belarminou Gomis, Albert Venohr, Manuela Van Boogh
screenplay by Rolf Schulz, Christa Stern, based on characters from the magazine series G-Man Jerry Cotton published by Bastei Lübbe, music by Peter Thomas

Jerry Cotton, Jerry Cotton (George Nader)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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After Costello (Miha Baloh) and his gang have robbed a gold transport, Johnny Peters (Hans Heyde) takes off with the loot on his own, but when his accomplices catch up with him again and shoot him dead - since they have found out he was an FBI  agant -, the gold is nowhere to be found. Costello is actually arrested after killing Peters, but is soon freed again - by Davis' men, and Davis (Horst Naumann), Costello's direct competition, is convinced Costello knows where the gold is ... thing is of course, Costello doesn't, but he gets away from Davis' men and treats himself to a plastic surgery to evade both Davis and the police, and then he goes after Cindy Holden (Heidy Bohlen), Peters' girlfriend who he thinks knows where the loot is hidden ... which she doesn't either, but Peters has engraved the location on the key to her appartment ...

Enter Jerry Cotton (George Nader), who is eager to track Peters' killers down, since he was a personal friend of his and a fellow FBI agent, and who besides that wants to guard Cindy's life and get the gold back - and to achieve that, Cotton even goes so far as to pose as Costello himself occasionally ... which eventually gets him imprisoned by Davis' men too, but nothing he can't handle.

Add to all of this Davis' nosey niece (Michaela May), the only person Davis cares about and will eventually lose his life for, his over-eager butler (Herbert Fux), much dockside action and Costello killed by his own greed at the end, and you know pretty much what to expect.

 

Ok last entry into the Jerry Cotton series that might feature a somewhat over-convoluted plot and exterior shots done in Germany that don't always match the establishing shots done in New York, but it also features plenty of action, shoot outs and chases to be at least entertaining - though earlier entries are way funnier (if unintentionally so) than this one.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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