Alone in the Neon Jungle
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Alone in the Neon Jungle (also known by its earlier name Command in Hell) is a 1988 television film directed by George Stanford Brown that was network premiered by CBS on Sunday January 17, 1988. It was characterised in The Washington Post by Tom Shales as 'a stupefyingly preposterous bungle, but only in its better moments', while a marginally more favourable assessment praised 'cop characters that are humanized with humor and the realistically gritty feel that comes with filming on location in Pittsburgh instead of Hollywood'.
Template:More plot A policewoman cannot tell the difference between friends and enemies.
It was released on DVD on March 6, 2007.
- John Tiech, Pittsburgh Film History: On Set in the Steel City (Charleston, SC: The History Press, 2012).
- Tom Shales, 'On CBS, A Case of 'Jungle' Rot: Suzanne Pleshette, Adrift In a Ludicrous Cop Caper', The Washington Post (16 January 1988), p. B1.
- Joan Hanauer, 'TV Movie Dud of the Year', United Press International (13 January 1988).