The Day New York Turned Blue (1976)

Genres - Crime, Thriller  |   Sub-Genres - Crime Thriller, Detective Film  |   Countries - United States   |  
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The Day New York Turned Blue stars Dennis Weaver as Sam McCloud, a Western marshal "at large" in New York City. The title is drawn from two plot elements: the fact that Manhattan is blanketed by a snowstorm, and the man-hating activities of a hooker (portrayed by Bernadette Peters) who has a habit of painting her clients blue! Somehow all this ties in with a labor union accountant (Gig Young) who is in danger of being killed by the Mafia. A bureaucrat (William Daniels), anxious to conduct an audit on the accountant's union, seems a little too eager to spring the targeted man from protective custody. This two-hour McCloud episode was first broadcast February 22, 1976.




marshal, city, danger, organized-crime, prostitute/prostitution, snowstorm, union [labor union]