West Side Story (1961)

Messing with Officer Krupke

Officer Krupke (William Bramley) warns the Jets about loitering and lets them know that he’s watching them.

Directed by Jerome Robbins and Robert Wise.

Released in 1961 by MGM.

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  • mood: Angry
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  • setting: Street
  • setting: New York
  • theme: Respect
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  • actor: David Winters
  • actor: Russ Tamblyn
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  • actor: William Bramley
  • director: Jerome Robbins
  • director: Robert Wise
  • producer: Robert Wise
  • producer: Walter Mirisch
  • producer: Saul Chaplin
  • cinematographer: Daniel L. Fapp
  • composer: Leonard Bernstein
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  • costume-designer: Irene Sharaff
  • production-designer: Boris Leven
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  • screenwriter: Arthur Laurents
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  • year: 1961
  • studio: MGM