A woman refuses to testify before a congressional committee on subversives - later she learns the lead senator may be involved in smuggling war criminals into the country, but who will believe her?
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!
During the McCarthy era of the 1950s, an accused photographer uncovers a plot to smuggle Nazi war criminals into the United States.
Trailer for The House on Carroll Street.
Emily Crane is fired after refusing to give names to a 1951 House Un-American Activities Committee, and takes a part-time job as companion to an old lady. One day her attention is drawn to a noisy argument being conducted largely in German in a neighbouring house, the more so since one of those involved is her main senator prosecutor. Starting to look into things, she gradually enlists the help of FBI officer Cochran who was initially detailed to check her out. Just as well when things turn nasty.
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.
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.
Broadway was never brighter and the '20s never roared louder than New Year's Eve, 1928, when anything could happen-and did.
Matt Dillon, Jennifer Grey, Julie Hagerty, Rutger Hauer, Madonna, Esai Morales, Anita Morris and Randy Quaid make the '20s roar all over again in the sparkling romantic comedy, BLOODHOUNDS OF BROADWAY, based on four short stories by Damon Runyon.
In the era of Joe McCarthy, a young woman under government investigation inadvertantly discovers a scandal involving fugitive Nazis and a Senate committee counsel.
Robin Williams plays John Irving's quirky everyman, a wistful writer wrestling with our screw-loose modern age. Award-winning performances by Glen Close and John Lithgow.
Robin Williams plays John Irving's quirky everyman, a wistful writer wrestling with our screwloose modern age.
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