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Dog Day Afternoon


Al Pacino, John Cazale, Charles Durning, Chris Sarandon View All


Sidney Lumet (Director), Frank Pierson (Screenplay) View All

Release: Sep. 21st, 1975
Runtime: 2 hours, 5 minutes
A man robs a bank to pay for his lover's operation; it turns into a hostage situation and a media circus.
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9 Dog Day Afternoon
This movie proves that Al Pachino is one of the best actors ever. If Pachino did not play his charicter right in this movie, the film would of sucked. I realy enjoyed this movie. I normaly hate mov...
17 dog day afternoon
intro hey im keags movie geek for life nice to meet u question i wanna kw if ne one kws y in the film dog day afternoon that Al Pacino shouts ANNEKA to the cops when he comes out ov the bank plz le...
8 Dog Day Afternoon
Watched Dog Day Afternoon last night. I haven't watched this movie in a very long time. Absolutely fantastic! Probably Pacino's best performance and should have won an Oscar (over Nicholson's "...

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Another notable improvisation in the film was John Cazale's answer to Al Pacino's question of where in the world he'd like to fly to.
Citizen Rules
Sal (John Cazale) the other bank robbery was interesting as we never really learn much about him, and yet I could tell he had his own back story, which we learn only a little about, which keeps him a mystery.
I knew it was a film set during a bank robbery, starring Al Pacino but that was about it.
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