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1931: Once Upon a Time in New York

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Director  Luigi Vanzi
Cinematography  Riccardo Pallottini
Language  Italian
5/10 IMDb

Genre  Action, Crime, Drama
Duration  
Country  Italy
1931: Once Upon a Time in New York movie poster
Writer  Tony Anthony, Norman Thaddeus Vane
Release date  1972 (1972)
Genres  Action Film, Drama, Crime Fiction, World cinema, Action/Adventure
Cast  Tony Anthony (Pete), Adolfo Celi (The Pole), Corrado Gaipa, Irene Papas, Lionel Stander, Lucretia Love (Pearl)
Similar movies  Tony Anthony movies, Crime movies
Tagline  1931...They had the best and bloodiest time of their lives!

Pete, Pearl & the Pole (Italian: Piazza pulita, lit. "A clean sweep"), also known as 1931: Once Upon a Time in New York, is a 1973 Italian-American gangster film directed by Luigi Vanzi (credited as Vance Lewis) and starring Tony Anthony.

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Cast

  • Tony Anthony as Pete Di Benedetto
  • Adolfo Celi as The Pole
  • Lucretia Love as Pearl
  • Richard Conte as Mob Boss
  • Corrado Gaipa as Bruno
  • Irene Papas as Donna Mimma
  • Lionel Stander as Pete's Old Gangster Friend
  • Raf Baldassarre as Raf, Pole's Henchman
  • David Dreyer
  • Production

    The film was shot mainly on location with predominantly American funding.

    The film originated as a story written by actor Tony Anthony, who director Luigi Vanzi had previously shot The Stranger series of Spaghetti Westerns (A Stranger in Town, The Stranger Returns, and The Silent Stranger) with. This was Vanzi's last film.

    Release

    The film was released on March 3, 1973. It was distributed by P.A.C. in Italy.

    References

    Pete, Pearl & the Pole Wikipedia
    1931: Once Upon a Time in New York IMDb 1931: Once Upon a Time in New York themoviedb.org


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