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Return of the cult movie series.
Mark Cousins introduces Brian De Palma's remake of the classic Howard Hawks film.
(Film premiere )
Gangster thriller starring Al Pacino, Steven Bauer, Michelle Pfeiffer
Two-bit criminal Tony Montana lies his way into the US from Cuba. He murders a political agitator in order to get a green card. From then on he is violently ruthless in pursuit of the American dream - any way he can get it.
Showing in widescreen format.
See Films: pages 50-56 **** See Barry Norman: page 48


Presenter (Moviedrome): Mark Cousins
Director: Brian de Palma
Tony Montana: Al Pacino
Manny Ray: Steven Bauer
Ermra: Michelle Pfeiffer
Gina: Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
Frank Lopez: Robert Loggia
Mama Montana: Miriam Colon
Omar: F Murray Abraham
Alejandro Sosa: Paul Shenar
Bernstein: Harris Yulin
Chi Chi: Angel Salazar
Ernie: Arnaldo Santana
Angel: Pepe Serna
Nick the Pig: Michael P Moran
Hector the Toad: Al Israel
Banker: Dennis Holahan
Shadow: Mark Margolis
Sheffield: Michael Alldredge
Seidelbaum: Ted Beniades

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