The Making of Michael Mann’s ‘Heat’

One of the most watched films of all time, Michael Mann’s “Heat” has its roots in the history of the Chicago police. Documentary interviews with Mann, Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino, and Chicago police veteran Chuck Adamson.

The Real Dog Day Afternoon: Bank Robbery in New York City

The actual original broadcast of the strange but true bank robbery in Brooklyn, New York in August of 1972 which was later made into the legendary and classic 1975 film starring Al Pacino, Dog Day Afternoon. Harry Reasoner recounts the…
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