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The First Deadly Sin

The First Deadly Sin

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Lawrence Sanders' best seller the First Deadly Sin gave Frank Sinatra his first starring movie role in a decade. His haunting work as a veteran cop at loose ends turned out to be his final performance. While his wife (Faye Dunaway) lies hospitalized near death, NYPD detective Edward X. Delaney (Sinatra) takes on a tough murder case. He's always gone by the book, but his present circumstances are wearing on him - and he might just bend the rules to nail the killer (David Dukes). Aided by a museum curator (Martin Gabel), a gruff coroner (James Whitmore) and a Victim's widow (Brenda Vaccaro), he orchestrates a meticulous manhunt. One mistake and the killer goes free. Delaney's plan must not fail.

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    Title: The First Deadly Sin
    Genre: Mystery / Suspense
    Starring: Brigitte Bako, Frank Sinatra, Larry Drake, Faye Dunaway, Sally Kirkland, David Dukes, Scott Valentine
    Director: Brian G. Hutton
    Attributes: Manufactured on Demand, Mono Sound
    Release Date: 2/24/2015
    Original Year: 1980
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: R
    Catalog #: 1000527932
    UPC: 888574105549
    Item #: 1469076X

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 2/24/2015
    Closed Caption: No
    Run Time: 112 minutes
    Studio: Warner Archives