New Orleans

Synopsis: A gambling hall owner relocates from New Orleans to Chicago and entertains his patrons with hot jazz by Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday, Woody Herman, and others.
Genre: Music, Romance
Director(s): Arthur Lubin
Production: United Artists
 
IMDB:
6.8
APPROVED
Year:
1947
90 min
21 Views


Let's get him in.

His baby mama is over by General Taylor

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- You have forms during the canvas?

- Duty camp sent 'em out.

Whoever they talk to, I want follow up

by a member of the squad.

You see that personally, Armand.

- They brought security cameras?

- Yeah.

- Every license plate in the area?

- Got it.

"My friend" by Babacar Ndele.

My friend is a fish

He live in my room

His fin is a cloud

Hee see me when I sleep.

Couple's name:
Dauta and Yasin Ndele.

Dauda's mother name: Ramatullai Ndele.

Children's names: Animata and Babacar.

Families from Senegal,

Immigration status: Illegal.

From what we know, Dauta had been dealing

heroin to supplement his income as a peddler.

Now I want every drug dealer, every

junkie within a 5 mile radius...

...hassled in giving up who his

supplier was.

Due to the nature of this crime, you got full

authorization per over time if you need it.

Lieutenant McDonagh gonna be heading up

the investigation, so coordinate with him.

That's it, let's see some results.

McDonagh! See you in my office for a minute.

- You up to this?

- Why wouldn't I be?

I know you still having problems to back,

Getting to be in pain a lot of the time.

I'm managing.

You still take medication for it?

Only what the doctor prescribes

We never let it be somebody with more time on

the job handles this kind of investigation.

But I'm gonna go out on a limb with you 'coz you

got good instinct and dont do nothin' but work.

But I find out that you needed help you

didn't ask for, I'm gonna be mad.

Yes Sir.

How's your man doing?

He's drinking himself into another glass.

- Give my best, would you?

- I will.

- Lieutenant, no more unnecessary jumps, huh?

- Yes Sir.

Hi, honey.

You bring me something?

Frankie, Hey... This is Andy.

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Elliot Paul

Elliot Harold Paul (February 10, 1891 – April 7, 1958), was an American journalist and author. more…

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