A neglected cult-classic that could have only come from (or have been made in) the early ‘70s. Rookie highway cop John Wintergreen — a tough little fireplug played by Robert Blake — wants to work in Homicide. He gets his wish, but disillusioned with the conduct of fellow officers and falling victim to squad-room politics, he is demoted and made a traffic cop. It’s a quirky but unforgettable movie — part character study, part examination of an emerging youth culture — featuring some outstanding camerawork from future Oscar-winning cinematographer Conrad Hall.
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