Serpico - 1973
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Serpico

Updated: 29 Jul 2020
Directors:
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
Actors:
Al Pacino John Randolph Jones Jack Kehoe Biff McGuire Cornelia Sharpe James Tolkan M. Emmet Walsh Tony Roberts Allan Rich F. Murray Abraham Damien Leake Alan North Ted Beniades Kenneth McMillan Judd Hirsch Tony Lo Bianco Sam Coppola Val Bisoglio Hank Garrett John Medici Barbara Eda-Young Joseph Bova Gene Gross John Stewart Woodie King Jr. Edward Grover Norman Ornellas Albert Henderson Ed Crowley Bernard Barrow Sal Carollo Mildred Clinton Nathan George Gus Fleming Richard Foronjy Lewis J. Stadlen John McQuade John Lehne George Ede Charles White P.J. Benjamin Don Billett John Brandon James Bulleit Roy Cheverie Marjorie Eliot René Enríquez Conard Fowkes Frank Gio Trent Gough Paul E. Guskin Nick Hardin Richard Kuss George Loros Stephen Pearlman Tim Pelt William Pelt Jay Rasumny Franklin Scott Tom Signorelli Ben Slack Jaime Sánchez Tracey Walter Mary Louise Weller
Genre:
History, Drama, Crime
Country: no data
Year: 1973
Serpico - 1973
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The real-life struggle of an honest New York City cop against a corrupt system.
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What is your favorite movie dog? Oh, I think as a kid, Al Pacino's dog in Serpico.
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“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.