The Seven-Ups
The Seven-Ups (1973)

This was the only directorial effort of Philip D'Antoni, producer of the action classic Bullitt (1968). Roy Scheider stars as Buddy Manucci, a New York City Police Department investigator running a task force charged with taking down… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: June 1, 1973
DVD Release Date: May 23, 2006
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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

The plot is skimpy, but the action is generous.

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Chuck O'Leary
Fantastica Daily

Good, gritty '70s action boasting one of the most exciting car chases ever filmed.

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Chris Weber
Having produced the perennial cop drama classics The French Connection and Bullitt, producer Philip D'Antoni decided to direct his own entry into this… More
Joseph Boomhower
Philip D'Antoni directs "The Seven-Ups," about a plainsclothes police unit that uses unorthodox methods to convict criminals who usually see… More
Derek Daniels
It's like The French Connection 1 1/2, with Roy Scheider in a sort-of remake of his F.C. role only this time without Gene Hackman to steal scenes.… More
Danny Rovira
One of the best produced police crime dramas of the early 1970s, tough, gritty and taut, it concerns Buddy Manucci, played vividly by the late Roy Scheider who… More
Aaron Neuwirth
Buddy Manucci: I'm not gonna bag you. But I think you better think about this. You better worry about Kalish's pals and Festa's pals, because… More
Stephen Earnest
Aside from a handsomely executed car chase, "The Seven-Ups" is not a great film. It has its moments, such as the car chase or the final shootout, but… More