The Concrete Jungle (film)

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The Concrete Jungle
Directed by Tom DeSimone
Produced by Billy Fine
Mark L. Rosen
Written by Alan J. Adler
Starring Jill St. John
Tracey E. Bregman
Barbara Luna
Sean O'Kane
Sondra Currie
Music by Joseph Conlan
Cinematography Andrew W. Friend
Edited by Nino di Marco
Distributed by Motion Picture Marketing
Release date
September 3, 1982
Running time
99 min.
Country United States
Language English
Budget $700,000[1]
Box office $11 million[1]

The Concrete Jungle is a 1982 American women in prison film directed by Tom DeSimone and featuring Jill St. John and Tracey E. Bregman.[2]


A woman is unsuspectingly used to carry her boyfriend's stash of cocaine in her skis and is caught by airport security. She is tried, convicted and sent to prison where she quickly learns to toughen up if she wants to survive.



  1. ^ a b JAILED BAIT--A NEW WAVE OF WOMEN-IN-PRISON FILMS BROESKE, PAT H. Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 19 May 1985: ac24.
  2. ^ New York Times

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