R | | Comedy, Crime, Drama
During the 1930s, a New York City illegal gambling house owner and his associates must deal with strong competition, gangsters, and corrupt cops in order to stay in business.
"Harlem Nights" was also the working title for Ralph Bakshi's film, Coonskin (1975). Both films featured the crime racket in Harlem as a plot point. Richard Pryor was also believed to be a fan of Coonskin (1975).
Man didn't accuse you of stealing, Vera. Now sit down and shut the fuck up!
Quick jumps out of a moving car, rolls one way to avoid a car, then rolls the other way. The he runs and dives through a large glass window of a store. And his hat remains on his head.
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