Dog Day Afternoon

Directed by Sidney Lumet
Starring Al Pacino, John Cazale

Warner Home Video | September 4, 2007 | DVD

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Color by Technicolor; shot with Panavision equipment on location in New York. The actual bank robbery took place August 22, 1972. Pacino's character, Sonny Wortzik, was serving 20 years in federal prison as of 1975 when the film was made. Leon Shermer, his male lover, became a woman and lives in New York City. Additional cast: Sully Boyar (Bank Manager Mulvaney), Penny Allen (Chief Cashier Sylvia), Susan Peretz (Angie), Sandra Kazan (Deborah), Marcia Jean Kurtz (Miriam), Gary Springer (Stevie), Amy Levitt (Maria), John Marriott (Howard), William Bogert (TV Anchorman), Jay Gerber (Sam), and Ron Cummins (TV Reporter). Film debut for actor Chris Sarandon. Copyright 1975 Warner Bros. Inc.

Video Release: September 4, 2007

Runtime: 124

Rating: Not Rated

Studio: Warner Home Video

UPC: 085393372729

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Dog Day Afternoon

Dog Day Afternoon

Directed by Sidney Lumet
Starring Al Pacino, John Cazale

Video Release: September 4, 2007

Runtime: 124

Rating: Not Rated

Studio: Warner Home Video

UPC: 085393372729


Edition Description
  • Closed Captioned
  • Color
  • Runtime: 124 minutes
  • NTSC (Canada and USA)
  • Originally in English
  • Released in English

Description

When a nervous thief holds up a Brooklyn bank he inadvertently draws a city-sized crowd. All he wanted was money for his lover's sex change operation. Considered by many to be Pacino's finest performance, this is based on a true story. Academy Award Nominations: 6, including Best Picture, Best Actor--Al Pacino, Best Director. Academy Awards: Best (Original) Screenplay.

Notes

Color by Technicolor; shot with Panavision equipment on location in New York. The actual bank robbery took place August 22, 1972. Pacino's character, Sonny Wortzik, was serving 20 years in federal prison as of 1975 when the film was made. Leon Shermer, his male lover, became a woman and lives in New York City. Additional cast: Sully Boyar (Bank Manager Mulvaney), Penny Allen (Chief Cashier Sylvia), Susan Peretz (Angie), Sandra Kazan (Deborah), Marcia Jean Kurtz (Miriam), Gary Springer (Stevie), Amy Levitt (Maria), John Marriott (Howard), William Bogert (TV Anchorman), Jay Gerber (Sam), and Ron Cummins (TV Reporter). Film debut for actor Chris Sarandon. Copyright 1975 Warner Bros. Inc.
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