Music by: Jerry Goldsmith
May 28, 1968 · Sinatra’s dealing with some personal problems at the same time. His marriage is breaking up because it turns out his wife, Lee Remick is a nymphomaniac. Still it’s the story of the two gay related deaths that dominate the film. The Detective boasts …
The Detective (1968) starting Frank Sinatra is one of the best detective/murder mystery movies I have seen from that decade. It also happens to be the better one form the trilogy (Tony Rome, Lady in the Cement, and The Detective).
Jul 12, 1968 · The Detective. Sinatra is always an interesting actor, and in ” Tony Rome ” and “The Detective” he has mellowed into a genuinely convincing cop. He is weary and wise and tough and cynical in the way Bogart used to be, and indeed he is probably better at these hard-boiled roles than anyone since Bogart died.
Movie Info. Frank Sinatra gives a gritty performance in the crime thriller The Detective. When Teddy Leikman, the homosexual son of a politically connected department-store magnate, is murdered, detective Joe Leland (Frank Sinatra) is sent in to investigate. Leland drags in Teddy’s psychotic former roommate Felix Tesla (Tony Musante)
Director: Gordon Douglas
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The Detective. Frank Sinatra gives a gritty performance in the crime thriller The Detective. When Teddy Leikman, the homosexual son of a politically connected department-store magnate, is murdered, detective Joe Leland (Frank Sinatra) is sent in to investigate.
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The Detective (novel) Jump to navigation Jump to search. The Detective is a thriller/detective novel by author Roderick Thorp, first published hardcover in 1966. It was made into the 1968 movie of the same name, starring Frank Sinatra, as Detective Joe Leland.
Author: Roderick Thorp
Jan 16, 2011 · Frank Sinatra is such an unattractive screen performer: I like his singing (at least until his hipster Ring-a-ding-ding phase began), but he’s just sort of a zero in movies. I thought Sinatra was very good in this, a low-key performance, but Tony Musante was way over the top. The rest of …