Serpico 50 years old

Many of his fellow officers considered him the most dangerous man alive - An honest cop.

Serpico

Frank Serpico is an idealistic New York City cop who refuses to take bribes, unlike the rest of the force. His actions get Frank shunned by the other officers, and often placed in dangerous situations by his partners. When his superiors ignore Frank's accusations of corruption, he decides to go public with the allegations. Although this causes the Knapp Commission to investigate his claims, Frank has also placed a target on himself.

Credits

Serpico Cast

Name Character
Judd Hirsch He was 38, now 88 years old as Cop
Al Pacino He was 33, now 83 years old as Officer Frank Serpico
Ben Slack He was 36, 67 years old when he died as Detective Sitting At Desk
Tracey Walter He was 26, now 76 years old as Street Urchin
F. Murray Abraham He was 34, now 84 years old as Detective Partner
James Tolkan He was 42, now 92 years old as Steiger
M. Emmet Walsh He was 38, now 88 years old as Gallagher
Hank Garrett He was 42, now 92 years old as Malone
Alan North He was 52, 79 years old when he died as Brown
René Enríquez He was 40, 56 years old when he died as Cervantes Teacher
Stephen Pearlman He was 38, 63 years old when he died as Desk Sergeant
Nathan George He was 37, 80 years old when he died as Smith
John Brandon He was 20, 61 years old when he died as Police Lieutenant
Val Bisoglio He was 47, now 97 years old as Weapons Storage Officer
Biff McGuire He was 47, now 97 years old as Capt. Insp. McClain
Woodie King, Jr. He was 36, now 87 years old as Larry
Sam Coppola He was 38, 76 years old when he died as Cop
Mildred Clinton She was 59, 96 years old when she died as Mrs. Serpico
Damien Leake He was 21, now 71 years old as Joey
Tony Roberts He was 34, now 84 years old as Bob Blair
Tom Signorelli He was 38, 74 years old when he died as Bookmaker
Don Billett He was 37, now 88 years old as Detective Threatening Serpico
Jaime Sánchez He was 34, now 85 years old as Cop
Albert Henderson He was 92, 65 years old when he died as Peluce
Jay Rasumny as Television Cameraman
John Randolph Jones as Chief Sidney Green
Lewis J. Stadlen He was 26, now 76 years old as Berman
James Bulleit as Det. Styles
Mary Louise Weller She was 27, now 77 years old as Sally - Girl at Party
Allan Rich He was 47, now 98 years old as D. A. Tauber
Tony Lo Bianco He was 37, now 87 years old as Cop
Barbara Eda-Young She was 28, now 79 years old as Laurie
George Loros He was 39, now 90 years old as Det. Glover
Bernard Barrow He was 45, 65 years old when he died as Palmer
Kenneth McMillan He was 41, 56 years old when he died as Charlie
Richard Foronjy He was 36, now 86 years old as Corsaro
John Lehne He was 48, 82 years old when he died as Gilbert
Jack Kehoe He was 35, 81 years old when he died as Tom Keough
Tim Pelt as Black Hood
Joseph Bova He was 49, 81 years old when he died as Potts
George Ede He was 139, 36 years old when he died as Daley
Ed Crowley He was 67, 63 years old when he died as Barto
Ted Beniades He was 51, 91 years old when he died as Sarno
Edward Grover He was 41, 84 years old when he died as Lombardo
Cornelia Sharpe She was 26, now 76 years old as Leslie Lane
Conard Fowkes He was 40, 75 years old when he died as Cop - Narcotics Raid

Serpico Crew

Name Department
Richard Marks as Co-Editor. He was 30 (75) years old when He died Editing
Charles Bailey as Production Design. He was 94 (83) years old when He died Art
Douglas Higgins as Art Direction. Art
Roger M. Rothstein as Associate Producer. He was 38 (53) years old when He died Production
Norman Wexler as Screenplay. He was 47 (73) years old when He died Writing
Arthur J. Ornitz as Director of Photography. He was 57 (68) years old when He died Camera
Waldo Salt as Screenplay. He was 59 (72) years old when He died Writing
Mikis Theodorakis as Music. He was 48 (96) years old when He died Sound
Sidney Lumet as Director. He was 49 (86) years old when He died Directing
Shirley Rich as Casting. She was 50 (87) years old when She died Production
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Serpico (50 years)

Many of his fellow officers considered him the most dangerous man alive - An honest cop.

  • Release day: Wednesday, December 05, 1973
  • Runtime: 130 minutes
  • Budget: 3000000.00
  • Revenue: 29800000.00