Three detectives in the corrupt and brutal L.A. police force of the 1950s use differing methods to uncover a conspiracy behind the shotgun slayings of the patrons at an all-night diner.
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|Company||:||Regency Enterprises, Wolper Organization, Warner Bros. Pictures|
|Countries||:||United States of America|
|Casts||:||Kevin Spacey as Jack Vincennes, Russell Crowe as Bud White, Guy Pearce as Ed Exley, James Cromwell as Dudley Smith, Kim Basinger as Lynn Bracken, Danny DeVito as Sid Hudgens, David Strathairn as Pierce Patchett, Ron Rifkin as Ellis Loew, Matt McCoy as Brett Chase, Paul Guilfoyle as Mickey Cohen, Paolo Seganti as Johnny Stompanato, Elisabeth Granli as Mickey Cohen's Mambo Partner, Sandra Taylor as Mickey Cohen's Mambo Partner, Steve Rankin as Officer Arresting Mickey Cohen, Graham Beckel as Dick Stensland, Allan Graf as Wife Beater, Precious Chong as Wife, Symba as Jack's Dancing Partner, Bob Clendenin as Reporter at Hollywood Station, Lennie Loftin as Photographer at Hollywood Station, Will Zahrn as Liquor Store Owner, Amber Smith as Susan Lefferts, Darrell Sandeen as Buzz Meeks, Michael Warwick as Sid's Assistant, Simon Baker as Matt Reynolds, Shawnee Free Jones as Tammy Jordan, Thomas Rosales Jr. as First Mexican, Shane Dixon as Officer / Detective at Hollywood Station, Norman Howell as Officer / Detective at Hollywood Station, Brian Lally as Officer / Detective at Hollywood Station, Don Pulford as Officer / Detective at Hollywood Station, Chris Short as Officer / Detective at Hollywood Station, John Mahon as Police Chief, Tomas Arana as Breuning - Dudley's Guy, Michael McCleery as Carlisle - Dudley's Guy, George Yager as Gangster at Victory Motel, Jack Conley as Vice Captain, Ginger Slaughter as Secretary in Vice, Jack Knight as Detective at Detective Bureau, John H. Evans as Patrolman at Nite Owl Cafe, Gene Wolande as Forensic Chief, Brian Bossetta as Forensic Officer, Michael Chieffo as Coroner, Gwenda Deacon as Mrs. Lefferts, T.J. Kennedy as Bud's Rejected Partner, Ingo Neuhaus as Jack's Rejected Partner, Robert Harrison as Pierce Patchett's Bodyguard, Jim Metzler as City Councilman, Robert Barry Fleming as Boxer, Jeremiah Birkett as Ray Collins - Nite Owl Suspect, Salim Grant as Louis Fontaine - Nite Owl Suspect, Karr Washington as Ty Jones - Nite Owl Suspect, Noel Evangelisti as Stenographer, Marisol Padilla Sánchez as Inez Soto - Rape Victim, Jeff Sanders as Sylvester Fitch, Steven Lambert as Roland Navarette, Jordan Marder as Officer at Detective Bureau, Gregory White as Mayor, April Breneman as Look-Alike Dancer, Lisa Worthy as Look-Alike Dancer, Beverly Sharpe as Witness on Badge of Honor, Colin Mitchell as Reporter at Hospital, John Slade as Photographer at Hospital, Brenda Bakke as Lana Turner, Kevin Maloney as Frolic Room Bartender, Patrice Walters as Police File Clerk, Rebecca Klingler as Police File Clerk, Irene Roseen as D.A. Ellis Loew's Secretary, Scott Eberlein as West Hollywood Sheriff's Deputy, David St. James as Detective at Hush-Hush Office, Bodie Newcomb as Officer at Hush-Hush Office, Jeff Austin as Detective, Robert Foster as Detective, Kevin Patrick Kelly as Detective, Henry Marder as Detective, Monty McKee as Detective, Henry Meyers as Detective, Michael Ossmann as Detective, Dick Stilwell as Detective, Jess Thomas as Detective, Robert Thompson as Detective, Jody Wood as Detective, Jimmy Ortega as Second Mexican (uncredited), Nectar Rose as Marilyn Monroe (uncredited), Rocco Salata as Uniformed Patrol Officer (uncredited), Dell Yount as Court Bailiff (uncredited), Jan Citron as 1940s Courthouse (uncredited), Scott McKinley as Cop (uncredited), Gilbert Rosales as Third Mexican (uncredited), J.P. Romano as Deuce Perkins (uncredited), Chris Palermo as Anthony Trombino (uncredited), April Audia as Mayor's Wife (uncredited), Jana Rains Austinson as Dancer (uncredited), Priscilla Cory as Brunette Police Woman (uncredited), Fred Lerner as Dudley's Guy with Shotgun (uncredited), Anne Zogby as Movie Star (uncredited)|
|Plot Keywords||:||corruption, call girl, detective, shotgun, domestic violence, corpse, district attorney, movie star, good cop bad cop, neo-noir, 1950s|