From portraying a mob don and an AIDS-stricken legal professional to a comic book strip villain and a Nazi hunter, Al Pacino has performed all of it. In honor of his lengthy and distinguished profession (and his 80th birthday), we provide up this retrospect that showcases his expansive range.
“N.Y.P.D” (1968) • A then 28-year-old Pacino made his TV debut on this ABC police procedural plan the sufferer of a taking pictures.
“Me, Natalie” (1971) • Pacino had a small function on this movie starring Patty Duke a couple of woman who struggles together with her look.
“The Panic in Needle Park” (1971) • Pacino performed a small-town criminal main a lady down a path of heroin dependancy. His work on this movie caught the attention of director Francis Ford Coppola.
“The Godfather” (1971) • Coppola forged him as Michael Corleone — for which he earned his first Academy Award nomination. Need we are saying extra?
“Serpico” (1973) • Pacino earned his second Oscar nomination enjoying New York City policeman Frank Serpico, who goes undercover to reveal corruption inside the NYPD.
“The Godfather: Part II” (1974) • Oscar nod No. three got here reprising his function as Michael Corleone and what Newsweek referred to as “arguably cinema’s greatest portrayal of the hardening of a heart.”
“Dog Day Afternoon” (1975) • And Oscar nomination No. 4, this time enjoying real-life financial institution robber John Wojtowicz.
“Author! Author!” (1982) • This comedy-drama directed by Arthur Hiller a couple of Broadway playwright was panned by critics…
“Scarface” (1983) • … So he returned to crime dramas like this one directed by Brian De Palma and what many think about a defining function in his profession.
“Revolution” (1985) • Playing a fur trapper pulled into the American Revolution did not register with critics or Pacino followers.
“Dick Tracy” (1990) • Critic Roger Ebert described Pacino as a “scene-stealer” in his function as Big Boy Caprice (pictured with Madonna) on this Warren Beatty-directed movie, which earned him, sure, an Oscar nomination.
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