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Maurizio Merli takes up a familiar role as Commissioner Berni; a cop who puts his life on the line to transport a witness from Corleone to New York City in order to testify against a mob boss on trial for murder. Along the way, Berni and his prisoner face a series of traps set up by the Mafia.

  1. Umberto Lenzi

    Director, Screenplay, Story

  2. Anselmo Manciori

    Writer

  3. Vincenzo Mannino

    Writer

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  1. Maurizio Merli

    Maurizio Merli

    Commissario Giorgio Berni

  2. Mario Merola

    Mario Merola

    Michele Barresi

  3. Van Johnson

    Van Johnson

    Lieutenant Sturges

  4. Biagio Pelligra

    Biagio Pelligra

    Salvatore Scalia

  5. Nando Marineo

    Lo Cascio

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From Corleone to Brooklyn

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Original Title Da Corleone a Brooklyn

Status Released

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  • April 13, 1979
    Theatrical

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Original Language Italian

Runtime 1h 35m

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