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This Week’s Quiz – Mob Movies – Part 2
October 1, 2015 by TFH Team
Welcome to part 2 of this week’s TFH Movie Challenge!
Jack’s Return Home, a novel by Ted Lewis, provided the story for this film.
The Long Good Friday
Legendary director Roger Corman appeared in this seventies mob film.
The Godfather II
Across 110th Street
In 1962 Joseph Wiseman played criminal mastermind Dr. No. Ten years later he played a real-life mob boss in what movie?
The Italian Connection
The Valachi Papers
The Seven Ups
This moviemaker took over the director’s chair from Brian De Palma for one shot in 1983’s Scarface
In Jonathan Demme’s sunny-side-up gangster comedy, Married to the Mob, Dean Stockwell’s mobster character is nicknamed with this cartoon pitchman’s name.
Tony the Tiger
Speedy Alka Seltzer
Goodfellas told the story of Henry Hill, the real-life mobster who spent his final years in a witness protection program. There was another movie about Hill’s time in witness protection released the same year. What was it?
Life is Sweet
In the Soup
My Blue Heaven
New York Supreme Court Judge Edwin Torres’ novel After Hours, was turned into this early 90’s mob movie.
The Freshman, a mob comedy featuring Marlon Brando, features this endangered specie at the center of its plot.
In Sexy Beast, Ben Kingsley plays the violent sociopath Don Logan. He based the character on one of his family members. Which one?
In Michael Mann’s Public Enemies, John Dillinger (played by Johnny Depp) is gunned down leaving the Biograph Theater in Chicago. What movie was on the Biograph's marquee?
The Criminal Code
The Last Gangster
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