Contract on Cherry Street is a made-for-television film adaptation of a novel written by Phillip Rosenberg about a New York police detective, produced by Frank Sinatra's production company Artanis for Columbia Pictures Television and starring Sinatra.
Directed by William A. Goldwyn and produced by Hugh Benson, Renee Valente and Sinatra, Contract on Cherry Street was trumpeted as a major event that garnered positive reviews and strong ratings when it premiered on NBC on November 19, 1977.
The role of Detective Inspector Frank Hovannes was Sinatra's first acting role in seven years and was shot on location in New York City and New Jersey over a period of three months. The book on which the film was based was said to be a favorite of Sinatra's mother Dolly, who had been recently killed in an airplane crash in Las Vegas. This was the only TV movie in which Sinatra played the lead.
|Verleih:||National Broadcasting Company|
|Regie:||William A. Graham|
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