Serpico - 1973
Serpico - 1973

Serpico

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The real-life struggle of an honest New York City cop against a corrupt system.
Officer Frank Serpico
Al Pacino
Chief Sidney Green
John Randolph Jones
Tom Keough
Jack Kehoe
Capt. Insp. McClain
Biff McGuire
Leslie Lane
Cornelia Sharpe
Steiger
James Tolkan
Gallagher
M. Emmet Walsh
Bob Blair
Tony Roberts
D. A. Tauber
Allan Rich
Detective Partner
F. Murray Abraham
Joey
Damien Leake
Brown
Alan North
Sarno
Ted Beniades
Charlie
Kenneth McMillan
Cop
Judd Hirsch
Cop
Tony Lo Bianco
Cop
Sam Coppola
Weapons Storage Officer
Val Bisoglio
Malone
Hank Garrett
John Medici
Laurie
Barbara Eda-Young
Potts
Joseph Bova
Gene Gross
John Stewart
Woodie King Jr.
Edward Grover
Norman Ornellas
Peluce
Albert Henderson
Ed Crowley
Bernard Barrow
Mr. Serpico
Sal Carollo
Mrs. Serpico
Mildred Clinton
Nathan George
Gus Fleming
Corsaro
Richard Foronjy
Berman
Lewis J. Stadlen
John McQuade
John Lehne
George Ede
Charles White
P.J. Benjamin
Detective Threatening Serpico
Don Billett
Police Lieutenant
John Brandon
James Bulleit
Roy Cheverie
Marjorie Eliot
Cervantes Teacher
René Enríquez
Conard Fowkes
Police Lieutenant
Frank Gio
Trent Gough
Paul E. Guskin
Television Cameraman
Nick Hardin
Detective
Richard Kuss
George Loros
Desk Sergeant
Stephen Pearlman
Tim Pelt
William Pelt
Television Cameraman
Jay Rasumny
Franklin Scott
Bookmaker
Tom Signorelli
Detective Sitting At Desk
Ben Slack
Cop
Jaime Sánchez
Street Urchin
Tracey Walter
Sally - Girl at Party
Mary Louise Weller
Míkis Theodorakis
Martin Bregman
Richard Marks
Sidney Lumet
Dino De Laurentiis
Dede Allen
Anna Hill Johnstone
Charles Bailey
Douglas Higgins
Waldo Salt
Roger M. Rothstein
Norman Wexler
Arthur J. Ornitz
Shirley Rich
Peter Maas
B.J. Bjorkman
Thomas H. Wright
129:00 min
1973
“Serpico” (1973) Sidney Lumet’s 1973 crime drama “Serpico” stars Al Pacino as New York Police Department officer Frank Serpico, whose undercover mission to expose corruption within the NYPD made him a whistleblower with a target on his back. Pacino was Oscar nominated for the role, while Lumet’s grounded realism was championed for giving the film a lived-in, visceral tone. The latter of which is a top priority for Phillips in “Joker.” The director said part of his pitch for “Joker” was telling Warner Bros. that he was making a 1970s character study like “Serpico,” but dressed up as a 2019 comic book movie.
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