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Out Of The Darkness (1985) Plus Son Of Sam Documentary DVD, MP4, USB

Out Of The Darkness (1985) Plus Son Of Sam Documentary DVD, MP4, USB
Out Of The Darkness (1985) Plus Son Of Sam Documentary DVD, MP4, USB
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Martin Sheen Is A Detective On The “Son Of Sam” Task Force Hunting For The Infamous “.44 Caliber Killer” David Berkowitz During His 1976 Reign Of Terror Over New York City, With Hector Elizondo Costarring As The Priest Who Supports Sheen During His Darkest Days (Color, 1985, 1 Hour 34 Minutes) PLUS (Added 3/1/19) The 1992 Investigative Documentary "American Justice: Son Of Sam" (Color, 24 Minutes), Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #OutOfTheDarkness #MartinSheen #HectorElizondo #DavidBerkowitz #SonOfSam #SummerOfSam #The44CaliberKiller #SerialKillers #Murderers #Arsonists #Criminals #Crime #AmericanCrime #NewYorkCity #NewYorkCityHistory #HistoryOfNewYork #CityOfNewYork #CityOfNewYorkCity #CityOfNewYorkCityHistory #NYC #NYCHistory #HistoryOfNYC #CrimeInTheUnitedStates #CrimeInTheUS #TV #Television #TVShows #TelevisionShows #TVFilms #TelevisionFilms #TVMovies #TelevisionMovies #Docudramas #Bopics #BiographicalFilms #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive


Direction:
Jud Taylor

Writing:
T.S. Cook

Cast:
Martin Sheen ... Eddie Zigo
Hector Elizondo ... Father George
Matt Clark ... John Hubbard
Jennifer Salt ... Ann Zigo
Eddie Egan ... Tom Duncan
Robert Trebor ... David Berkowitz
Val Avery ... Guido Pressano
Joe Spinell ... Jim Halsey
Victor Arnold ... Nick Zigo
Ann Talman ... Susan Zigo
Vince Grant ... Ed Jr.
Bernie McInerney ... Dr. Miller
Paul Jabara ... Henry
Dick Latessa ... 'Boss' Tom Messenger
Sam McMurray ... Morrison
Charlie Sheen ... Man Shaving
Ed Zigo ... Primary Negotiator
Marvin Scott ... TV Newsman
Larry Atlas ... Dan
Beege Barkette ... Henry's Wife
Jim Borrelli ... Tisch
James Canning ... Roberts
Jane Cronin ... Woman with Dog
Gina DeAngeles ... Grandmother
Rosemary De Angelis ... Nina
Harold Guskin ... Hospital Administrator
Lucinda Jenney ... Mary
Sugar Johnson ... Young Boy
Eriq La Salle ... Bobby
Joe Lisi ... Patrolman
John McCurry ... Toll Taker
Kate Mulligan ... Kate
Pam Nahal ... Sharon
Antonia Rey ... Madame Elena
Vincent Russo ... Ringleader
Ann Sachs ... Betty
Lauren Sautner ... Little Girl
John Scott Martin ... Hector (as John Scott)
Ben Siegler ... Steve
Andrew Spathis ... Constantine
Fritz Sperberg ... Young Doctor
D.B. Sweeney ... Mike
Mark Tenore ... Kenny
Mickey Treanor ... Donahue
Martin Vidnovic ... Karl
Olivia Ward ... Nurse #1
Caryn West ... Ronnie / Veronica


David Richard Berkowitz (born Richard David Falco; June 1, 1953), known also as the Son of Sam and the .44 Caliber Killer, is an American serial killer who pleaded guilty to eight separate shooting attacks that began in New York City during the summer of 1976. The crimes were perpetrated with a .44 caliber Bulldog revolver. He killed six people and wounded nine others by July 1977. As the number of victims increased, Berkowitz eluded the biggest police manhunt in the history of New York City while leaving letters that mocked the police and promised further crimes, which were highly publicized by the press. The killing spree terrorized New Yorkers and achieved worldwide notoriety. On the night of August 10, 1977, Berkowitz was taken into custody by New York City police homicide detectives in front of his Yonkers apartment building, and he was subsequently indicted for eight shooting incidents. He confessed to all of them, and initially claimed to have been obeying the orders of a demon, manifested in the form of a dog, "Harvey", who belonged to his neighbor "Sam". Despite his explanation, Berkowitz was found mentally competent to stand trial. He pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and was incarcerated in state prison. He subsequently admitted the dog-and-devil story was a hoax. In the course of further police investigations, Berkowitz was also implicated in many unsolved arsons in the city. Intense coverage of the case by the media lent a kind of celebrity status to Berkowitz, and some observers noted that he seemed to enjoy it. In response, the New York State legislature enacted new legal statutes, known popularly as "Son of Sam laws", designed to keep criminals from profiting financially from the publicity created by their crimes. Despite various amendments and legal challenges, the statutes have remained law in New York, and similar laws have been enacted in several other states. Berkowitz has been incarcerated since his arrest and is serving six consecutive life sentences. During the mid-1990s, he amended his confession to claim that he had been a member of a violent Satanic cult that orchestrated the incidents as ritual murder. He remains the only person ever charged with the shootings. Although some law enforcement authorities have questioned whether Berkowitz's claims are credible, a new investigation of the murders began in 1996, but was suspended indefinitely after inconclusive findings.