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starring Al Pacino John Randolph
Based on the true story of Frank Serpico , this movie depicts the violent world of the undercover cop. joining the New York City police as a young rookie, he refuses the pay-offs which are commonplace. Transferred to plain clothes work, his idealism and his unconventional behaviour isolate him from his colleagues, making him an outcast - in danger from both sides of the law.
, Screenplay by i WALDO SALT and NORMAN WALKER I Based on the book by PETER MAAS , Produced by MARTIN BREGMAN
Directed by SIDNEY LUMET 0 FILMS: page 27


Unknown: Al Pacino
Unknown: John Randolph
Unknown: Frank Serpico
Unknown: Waldo Salt
Unknown: Norman Walker
Book By: Peter Maas
Produced By: Martin Bregman
Directed By: Sidney Lumet
Serpico: Al Pacino
Sidney Green: John Randolph
Tom Keough: Jack Kehoe

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