100 Centre Street

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100 Centre Street

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Producer Sidney Lumet's 100 Centre Street follows the proceedings of New York City's arraignment court. The show aired on the A&E cable network. The two-hour premiere of 100 Centre Street opens in Judge Rifkind's night court. When Rifkind (Alan Arkin), a liberal judge who's nickname is "Let-em-Go Joe", releases a petty offender who jumped a subway turnstile, he starts a chain of events that end a rookie cop's life and could end his career. Standing by Rifkind are his wife, Sarah (recurring star Phyllis Newman), and his friend and colleague, Judge Attallah Sims (LaTanya Richardson). Sim's has a firmer view of justice than Rifkind; her nickname is "Attallah-the-Hun." Meanwhile, Assistant District Attorneys Bobby Esposito (Joseph Lyle Taylor) and Cynthia Bennington (Paula Devicq) are getting to know each other. Bobby is Brooklyn working class. Cynthia is uptown money. What she doesn't know about him is that he's about to risk everything he's ever worked for to save his older brother from going to prison on his third drug offense. During show's run it was nominated for an EMMY in 2001 for Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series for Ron Fortunato who is the director of photography - for episode "Things Change".

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Alan Arkin

Alan Arkin

Judge Joe Rifkind

Robyn Payne

Robyn Payne

Legal Aide

Paula Devicq

Paula Devicq

People's Defense Inc. Attorney Cynthia Bennington

LaTanya Richardson

LaTanya Richardson

Judge Attallah "Queenie" Sims

Dennis Boutsikaris

Dennis Boutsikaris

Gil Byrnes

Manny Perez

Manny Perez

Legal Aid Attorney Ramon Rodriguez

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    Sidney Lumet's 100 Centre Street follows the proceedings of New York City's arraignment court. This show aired on the A&E cable network, and has a two-hour premiere of 100 Centre Street opens in Judge Rifkind's night court. When Rifkind (Alan Arkin), a liberal judge who's nickname is "Let-em-Go Joe", releases a petty offender who jumped a subway turnstile, he starts a chain of events that end a rookie cop's life and could end his career.moreless
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    I wish we'd had a chance to get to know this one better.  So much great stuff was going on, I think the American public needed mo...
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