Serpico

  • 1973
  • Movie
  • R
  • Biography, Crime

In 1970, police officer Frank Serpico electrified the Knapp Commission investigating the New York City Police Department by testifying that there were as many cops taking payoffs as there were crooks. Peter Maas's biography of Serpico formed the basis of the script by Waldo Salt (MIDNIGHT COWBOY) and Norman Wexler (SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER), and Al Pacino is...read more

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Serpico - Trailer
00:51 — 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 d (more…)
Serpico - Official Trailer
04:13 — 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 d (more…)
Serpico - Trailer
04:11 — 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 d (more…)
Serpico - (Original Trailer)
A rookie (Al Pacino) risks his life going undercover to ferret out police corruption in Serpico (1973) directed by Sidney Lumet.
(Movie Cilp) Everybody Loves You!
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 Se (more…)
(Movie Cilp) Don't Be So Fussy
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 (more…)
(Movie Clip) Guess Who Got Shot
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 f (more…)
(Movie Cilp) Marijuana Cigarettes
Title character (Al Pacino) and future anti-corruption ally Bob Blair (Tony Roberts) in a sanctioned experiment then on a subway platform, in Sidney L (more…)
(Movie Clip) Not My Kind Of Fun
After watching a colleague pummel a suspect (Damien Leake), the title character (Al Pacino), still a uniformed officer, tries gentler methods, early i (more…)
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04:14 — 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 (more…)

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  • Released: 1973
  • Rating: R
  • Review: In 1970, police officer Frank Serpico electrified the Knapp Commission investigating the New York City Police Department by testifying that there were as many cops taking payoffs as there were crooks. Peter Maas's biography of Serpico formed the basis of t… (more)

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