skip navigation
Dog Day Afternoon

Dog Day Afternoon(1975)

TCM Messageboards
Post your comments here
ADD YOUR COMMENT>

share:
Remind Me

TCMDb Archive MaterialsView all archives (1)

DVDs from TCM Shop

Dog Day Afternoon A man robs a bank to pay for... MORE > $11.21 Regularly $14.98 Buy Now

OVERVIEW

powered by AFI

Brief Synopsis

A man robs a bank to pay for his lover''''s operation.

Cast & Crew

Sidney Lumet Director
Charles Durning Ny Detective Moretti
Sully Boyar Bank Manager Mulvaney
Penny Allen Chief Cashier Sylvia
James Broderick Fbi Agent Sheldon
Beulah Garrick Margaret
SEE ALL CAST AND CREW

Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  R Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1975 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Color (Technicolor) Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  .....Production Company, Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution .....Domestic Theatrical Distributor
Duration(mins):  Country:  United States (USA)
Duration(feet):     
Duration(reels):     

Leonard Maltin Ratings & Review

LEONARD MALTIN MOVIE RATING

LEONARD MALTIN MOVIE REVIEW:

User Ratings & Review

This title has not been reviewed. Be the FIRST to write a review by CLICKING HERE >

User Ratings & Review

User Reviews:

  • Recommend:

  • Cinema History:

  • Cinematography:

  • Lead Performers:

  • Supporting Cast:

  • Director:

  • Screen Play:

  • Music Score:

  • Title Sequence:

User Ratings:

  • Thunderous Five Stars !

    DON RILEY 2016-07-22

    The acting in this is finer and greater than the ensemble work in GLENGARY GLENROSS if that's possible ? Al Pacino should have been knighted its so... MORE>

  • To the Dogs go the Spoils

    Clichae,H.A. 2016-07-21

    The precision of nagotiative psychology & marksmanship in resolving this hostage situation was most impressive- isn't it too bad that the made for... MORE>

  • Dog Day Afternoon

    Michael Whitty 2016-06-20

    In August of 1972 near the end of the work day at a bank in Brooklyn there was a robbery but the robbers couldn't get out too fast and soon people... MORE>