R | | Crime, Drama, Romance
In the early 1940s, an infamous New York paparazzo gets an assignment from a club owner to do a background search on a mysterious gangster, which leads him down a very dangerous path.
Jerry Goldsmith wrote and recorded a score for this film, which was ultimately not used. In 2021, the unused score received a limited release through Intrada Records.
Leon (Bernzy) Bernstein:
Nobody does what I do. Nobody.
When Kay leafs through Bernstein' photo album, there is picture of a New York City taxi with a rectangular roof light which displays not only the word "Taxi" but also whether the taxi is off duty and its medallion number. Those signs did not come into service until the 1960s. In the 1940s, when the movie is set, New York City taxis used a variety of curved roof lights used in most other cities.
$1,139,825 18 October 1992
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