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Port of New York Details


The location-filmed Port of New York might have been forgotten had it not been for one of its leading players. In his first film role, Yul Brynner plays an erudite narcotics smuggler named Paul Vicola. Using a phony yacht club as a front, Vicola conducts a brisk drug trade, making certain that no one will blow the whistle on his operation by casually murdering his couriers. Detectives Walters (Scott Brady) and Flannery (Richard Rober) infiltrate Vicola's gang; one of the cops is killed, but the other manages to see that justice is done. Yul Brynner was so obscure at the time of Port of New York (his only significant credit was Broadway's Richard Rober) that one reviewer referred to him as "Yul Brunner." ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Scott Brady
as Michael "Mickey" Waters
Richard Rober
as Jim Flannery
Yul Brynner
as Paul Vicola
John Kellogg
as Lenny
Neville Brand
as Stasser's Henchman
Raymond Greenleaf
as John J. Meredith
Tudor Owen
as Apartment Hotel Janitor
Henry Rowland
as Sam Harris
Chet Huntley
as Narrator
Fred Graham
as Boatyard Guard


Laslo Benedek
Aubrey Schenk
Leo Townsend
Irving Friedman
Musical Direction/Supervision
Sol Kaplan
Composer (Music Score)
Norman Colbert
Edward Ilou
Art Director
Roy Seawright
Special Effects
Ern Westmore