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Gang in Blue

Gang in Blue ★★½ 1996 (R)

Black officer Michael Rhoades (Van Peebles) is secretly investigating a white supremacist group of cops, called the Phantoms, within the LAPD. Marine Corp vet and police rookie Keith DeBruler (Brolin) becomes Rhoades's new partner and his racial comments make him a likely initiate for the Phantoms. So can he be trusted to be Rhoades's inside man and help Michael expose the corruption within the ranks? 99m/C VHS, DVD . Mario Van Peebles, Josh Brolin, Melvin Van Peebles, J.T. Walsh, Cynda Williams, Stephen Lang, Sean McCann; D: Mario Van Peebles, Melvin Van Peebles; W: David Fuller, Rick Natkin; C: Rhett Morita; M: Larry Brown. CABLE

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