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Patrolman P ()


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In 1971 the Knapp Commission, entrusted to expose corruption in the New York Police Department, faces a major problem. They have little physical evidence - their main source, Frank Serpico,... See more »

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Directed by

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Ido Mizrahy

Written by

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Geoffrey Gray ... (writer)
 
Ido Mizrahy ... (writer)
 
Ilan Y. Benatar ... (writer)

Produced by

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Dan Braun ... executive producer
Josh Braun ... executive producer
Eric Forman ... co-producer
Geoffrey Gray ... producer
Andrew Mer ... associate producer
Ido Mizrahy ... producer
Richard Murphy ... co-producer
Sydney Siegel ... associate producer
Meghan Wurtz ... associate producer

Music by

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John Beasley
Lawrence Shragge

Cinematography by

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Boaz Freund

Film Editing by

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Jeremy Cohan ... (as Jeremy Scott Cohan)
Ilan Y. Benatar

Editorial Department

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Tamar Glezerman ... additional editor
Daniel Jacobowitz ... additional editor
Steve Pequignot ... colorist / on-line editor

Sound Department

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Eric Hoffman ... re-recording mixer (sound designer)
Raphael Laski ... additional sound recordist
Itamar Lewensohn ... additional sound recordist
Nicolas Mazet ... additional sound recordist (as Nico Mazet)
Richard Murphy ... sound mixer
Oded Spiegler ... additional sound recordist
Cody Twitchell ... sound editor (sound designer)

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Donjiro Ban ... graphic artist / title designer
Tatiana Istomina ... drawings
Adam Lewensohn ... motion graphics
Gary Myrick ... drawings
Jordan Thompson-Deson ... on-line assistant editor
Irina Yakubov ... additional motion graphics

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jeremy Cohan ... additional camera (as Jeremy Scott Cohan)
Itay Gross ... additional director of photography
Justin Grubbs ... additional camera
Ido Mizrahy ... additional camera / additional photography
Ariel Nevarez ... additional photography
Ethan Palmer ... additional photography
Martina Radwan ... additional photography

Music Department

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Nick Dolan ... assistant to composer / music supervisor
Mathew Peluso ... copyist
Jeff Wolpert ... music scoring mixer / score recording engineer

Other crew

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Jerome Allen ... web site programmer
Mark L. Beigelman ... production counsel
Rita Chan ... researcher
Thomas A. Crowell ... production counsel
Lindsay Edelstein ... legal assistant
Yuliya Kuklina ... additional research
Angela Mak ... production counsel
David Morrison ... production counsel
Karl O'Toole ... web site programmer
Alex Panagakis ... publicist
Rosemary Rotondi ... additional archive researcher / researcher
T. Michael Wickersham ... production counsel

Thanks

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Daniela Albin ... special thanks
Joseph Barry ... special thanks
John Bowers ... special thanks
Eben Bronfman ... special thanks
Patrick T. Feeney ... special thanks
Harry Geller ... special thanks
Al Heitzer ... special thanks
Ronald Kuby ... special thanks (as Ron Kuby)
Amanda Lebow ... special thanks
Gine Lui ... special thanks
Daria Murphy ... special thanks
Dana Nachman ... special thanks
Dan Perez ... special thanks
Alex Resnikoff ... special thanks
Justin Rosini ... special thanks
Naama Shefi ... special thanks
Hank Sheinkopf ... special thanks
Josh Sternfeld ... special thanks
Richard Topham ... special thanks
Joseph Zolfo ... special thanks

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Distributors

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  • DirecTV (2014) (United States) (tv) (Original Broadcast)

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Plot Summary

In 1971 the Knapp Commission, entrusted to expose corruption in the New York Police Department, faces a major problem. They have little physical evidence - their main source, Frank Serpico, won't wear a wire. They finally strike gold when a corrupt cop named William Phillips agrees to become their undercover agent, in exchange for immunity from a bribery charge. The evidence he eventually collects leads directly to the indictment of thirty New York cops. But the tables quickly turn when Phillips himself is convicted of a double-homicide. Three decades later and still in prison Phillips claims he's the victim of a massive police conspiracy. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Patrolman P (United States)
Runtime
  • 91 min
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