After three hoods murder his wife and rape his daughter, an enraged New York liberal decides to take the law into his own hands. Goldblum's screen debut!
A rookie (Al Pacino) risks his life going undercover to ferret out police corruption in Serpico (1973) directed by Sidney Lumet.
Witty and charming Frank (Al Pacino), at a party with Leslie (Cornelia Sharpe) on their first date, makes a hit with her friends, in Sidney Lumet's Serpico, 1973.
In director Sidney Lumet's montage from the graduation ceremony, new cop Frank (Al Pacino) with partner Sidney Green (John Randolph), first day on the job, in Serpico, 1973.
Opening sequence which ends with a flashback, Al Pacino (title character) first in an ambulance then back in the police academy, from Sidney Lumet's film based on the real-life story, Serpico, 1973.
Title character (Al Pacino) and future anti-corruption ally Bob Blair (Tony Roberts) in a sanctioned experiment then on a subway platform, in Sidney Lumet's Serpico, 1973.
After watching a colleague pummel a suspect (Damien Leake), the title character (Al Pacino), still a uniformed officer, tries gentler methods, early in Sidney Lumet's Serpico, 1973.
Death touches a little girl's soul by granting her fondest wish on Christmas Eve.
True story of Frank Serpico, an undercover New York City cop who risked his career and personal safety to expose widespread corruption in his police department. Pacino is totally convincing in the title role!
A rookie cop is forced to cover up his mistaken killing of a female undercover narcotics agent.
Serpico is a crime film based on the true story of New York City policeman Frank Serpico. Serpico eventually went undercover to expose the corruption of his fellow officers, after being pushed to the brink at first by their distrust and later by the threats and intimidation they leveled against him.
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