Seven Ups, The - (Original Trailer)
New York City cops wage a war against assorted hoods and criminals after one of their own is brutally killed by a hoodlum in The Seven Ups (1973) starring Roy Scheider and Tony LoBianco, edited by Jerry Greenberg.
Seven-Ups, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) You Want The Wax?
Somewhat famous scene in which goons Moon and Bo (Richard Lynch and Bill Hickman, also the stunt co-ordinator), who just finished kidnapping a loan-shark, and who might also be cops, dont realize theyre being set up, as they visit a Manhattan car wash, in The Seven-Ups, 1973.
Seven-Ups, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) We Used To Swim Here
Producer-Director Philip DAntoni, who also produced The French Connection, 1971, brings leading man Roy Scheider (co-star of of that film) as cop Buddy to meet childhood pal Vito (Tony LoBianco, who was also the informant in the previous film), early in The Seven-Ups, 1973.
Seven-Ups, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) We Never Make Mistakes
Possibly cops and definitely thugs Moon and Bo (Richard Lynch, Bill Hickman) realize somethings wrong in their ransom pay-off, wind up shooting a colleague of real cops Buddy and Barilli (Roy Scheider, Victor Arnold), beginning the celebrated nine-minute car chase in the Bronx, in The Seven-Ups, 1973.
Seven-Ups, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) You'll Find It's Quite Unique
Producer-director Philip DAntoni goes all-in for Manhattan, from Grand Central terminal to Park Ave, finding Roy Scheider on what well learn is a police operation, the courier played by ex-detective Sonny Grosso, on-whom Scheiders character is based, opening the French Connection sort-of follow-up, The Seven-Ups, 1973.