When the Golden Globes got it right (and the Oscars didn't) by Egantx7

Question 15

The 1973 Awards for Best Actor focused on contemporary issues related to a failing America. The Oscar was the second for Jack Lemmon who played a business executive breaking down as his business fails in Save the Tiger. The Globe went to this actor, who played a whistle-blower uncovering corruption (a role that won this actor his first Globe, and a character that would make the AFI's list of 50 greatest film heroes). Identify this actor who played a police officer known for outing corrupt and lawless police officers in New York.

Al Pacino (Serpico)