Murderers Club of Brooklyn
Murderers Club of Brooklyn (German: Der Mörderclub von Brooklyn) is a 1967 German thriller film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring George Nader, Heinz Weiss, and Karel Stepanek. It was part of the Jerry Cotton series of films.
|Murderers Club of Brooklyn|
|Directed by||Werner Jacobs|
|Produced by||Heinz Willeg|
|Music by||Peter Thomas|
|Cinematography||Franz Xaver Lederle|
|Edited by||Alfred Srp|
|Distributed by||Constantin Film|
A gang of kidnappers is specialised in abducting children of top managers. Jerry Cotton's mission is to save the children and to arrest the gangsters. His first attempts backfire. One of the abducted kids gets killed and then Jerry's colleague Phil is taken hostage. Before he succeeds Jerry has to discover the criminals have a secret partner on the inside.
- Blake, Deal, p. 45f
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