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Port of New York/Borederline
Port of New York/Borederline
Genres: Classics
UR     2006


Movie Details

Genres: Classics
Sub-Genres: Classics
Studio: Krb Music
Format: DVD
DVD Release Date: 03/31/2006
Release Year: 2006
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: Unrated

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James P. (bluebolt7) from AMERICUS, GA
Reviewed on 2/1/2011...
"This DVD includes two movies, two cartoons and some old-fashioned TV commercials. Put it all together and it's just like being at the drive-in movies. Just add the popcorn and enjoy!
  • "Port Of New York

    Yul Brynner, in his debut film, stars as a vicious drug lord, smuggling heroin into New York. Anyone who gets in his way soon learns the mistake, but never lives to benefit from it. In the style of Traffic meets The Untouchables, Port of New York follows the trail of the contraband from beginning to end, showing the detail of how the Customs Department tracks down the criminals and solves the case. Still as current as today's headlines, Port of New York covers the early days of the drug war from the front trenches, with great action, suspense, and thrills.

    1949 - Not rated - Black and White - Approx. 81 minutes


    Fred MacMurray stars as an American heroin dealer living south of the border. A beautiful undercover narcotics agent tries to gather evidence and put him in jail for good, she soon finds herself falling head over heels in love with the criminal desperado. Posing as husband and wife in order to smuggle in the illegal narcotics only make things worse for her and she's soon caught up in a tornado of love, betrayal, and doing the right thing. Could America's favorite Dad really be a Pusher or could he be something completely different, just like she is? Hollywood's mixture of light hearted romance with Heroin Trafficking is strange but definitely entertaining. Raymond Burr from Perry Mason fame co-stars in a great role as a Mexican drug lord. Borderline is a real collector's item!

    1950 - Not rated - Black and White - Approx. 88 minutes"