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Scarecrow (31-Aug-1973)

Director: Jerry Schatzberg

Writer: Garry Michael White

Keywords: Drama

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eileen Brennan
Actor
3-Sep-1932 28-Jul-2013 Capt. Lewis in Private Benjamin
Gene Hackman
Actor
30-Jan-1930   The Conversation
Richard Lynch
Actor
12-Feb-1936 19-Jun-2012 The Sword and the Sorcerer
Al Pacino
Actor
25-Apr-1940   Michael Corleone in The Godfather
Ann Wedgeworth
Actor
21-Jan-1935   Lana Shields on Three's Company

CAST

Gene Hackman   ...   Max Millan
Al Pacino   ...   Francis Lionel Delbuchi
Dorothy Tristan   ...   Coley
Ann Wedgeworth   ...   Frenchy
Richard Lynch   ...   Jack Riley
Eileen Brennan   ...   Darlene
Penelope Allen   ...   Annie
Richard Hackman   ...   Mickey
Al Cingolani   ...   Skipper
Rutanya Alda   ...   Woman in Camper

REVIEWS

Review by MarK Losben (posted on 26-Aug-2007)

This is an excellent film which somehow flew under the radar. Al Pacino was terrific (as usual), but this was a film in which Gene Hackman was required to act....and he did. Most of the other movies he was in did not call for him to act to any degree (except for a five minute part in "Young Frankenstein"). Though it's been decades since I've seen this movie, I remember it was very intense, very well acted (by all), and though it is a bit dark in places it also has it's comedic moments, surprisingly accomplished by Mr. Hackman. It is worth seeing if only to witness Gene Hackman's performance (which should have won him an oscar, in my opinion). Rent it!


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