Al Pacino is Cruising for a killer.

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Podcast Release Date:
Jul 13, 2018

Pacino Cops Series Episode 2

C’mere, I want to show you my nightstick.

Exorcist director William Friedkin pushed the boundaries of what an R-rated movie could show when he ordered cop Al Pacino to start Cruising the leather bars of New York City in this notorious slasher. Will the Serpico star have any better luck earning a detective shield, or keeping a girlfriend, now that he’s posing as a gay S&M enthusiast intent on catching the eye of a like-minded serial killer? Who’s here… Jakob, Stuart and Arnie are here… and you’re here when you donate

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Movie Details

Pacino Cops
Original Title
William Friedkin
Jerry Weintraub
William Friedkin
Al Pacino, Karen Allen, Paul Sorvino, Richard Cox, Don Scardino, Randy Jurgensen, Jay Acovone, Larry Atlas, Arnaldo Santana, Steve Inwood, Joe Spinell, Mike Starr, Barton Heyman, Gene Davis, James Remar, Ed O'Neill, Powers Boothe, Kirsten Baker, Henry Judd Baker, Allan Miller, Bob Duggan
1 h 42 min
Release Date
15 February 1980
Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
A serial killer brutally slays and dismembers several gay men in New York's S&M and leather districts. The young police officer Steve Burns is sent undercover onto the streets as a decoy for the murderer. Working almost completely isolated from his department, he has to learn and practice the complex rules and signals of this little society.

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