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Category: Bio/History, Crime, Mystery/Noir/ThrillerNotable as: Crime Fiction, Award-Winning WorkSub-Category: Crime Fiction, Biographical film, Thriller, Action Film, DramaNarrative location: New York CityRuntime: 113 - 130 minutesLanguage: English, Italian, SpanishCountry: United States, ItalyFilming location: New York CityDirector: Sidney LumetScreenwriter: Waldo Salt, Norman WexlerMusic: Mikis TheodorakisCinematography: Arthur OrnitzStars: Al Pacino, John Randolph, Jack Kehoe, Edward Grover, Tony Roberts, Barbara Eda-Young, Biff McGuire, Cornelia Sharpe, Allan Rich, Norman Ornellas Producer: Dino De Laurentiis, Martin BregmanStudio: Columbia Pictures, De Laurentiis Entertainment GroupAward nominations: Academy Award for Best Actor (Al Pacino)
Academy Award for Best Writing, Adapted Screenplay (Waldo Salt, Norman Wexler)
Award details: (details at IMDb)

Serpico is a 1973 American crime drama film directed by Sidney Lumet and starring Al Pacino. Waldo Salt and Norman Wexler wrote the screenplay, adapting Peter Maas' biography of NYPD officer Frank Serpico, who went undercover to expose corruption in the force. Both Maas's book and the film cover 12 years—1960 to June 15, 1972—in the life of Serpico, who was trying to be an honest policeman. The film and principals were nominated for numerous awards, earning recognition for its score, direction, screenplay and Pacino's performance. The film was also a commercial success.

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