Fact-based story based on crime boss Salavatore 'Sam' Giancana's daughter's autobiography. As titled, the story focuses on Antoniette Giancarlo's troubled relationship with her father and examines their life between 1935 to 1975.

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Antoinette Giancana
Kathleen Widdoes ...
Angelina Giancana
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Louie
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Jimmy Lucca (as Louie DiBianco)
David McIlwraith ...
Dr. Raymond Spiros
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Joey Leone (as Tony DeSantis)
Marsha Moreau ...
Little Annette
Albert Schultz ...
Phillip
Norma Edwards ...
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Tom Harvey ...
David O'Brien
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Federal Agent
Laurie Waller-Benson ...
Nun Administrator
John Mackenzie ...
Hotel Waiter
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Fact-based story based on crime boss Salavatore 'Sam' Giancana's daughter's autobiography. As titled, the story focuses on Antoniette Giancarlo's troubled relationship with her father and examines their life between 1935 to 1975.

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19 January 1986 (USA)  »

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La princesa de la mafia  »

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mafia at its best
25 May 2006 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Lucci is perfectly cast as the title character. Being of Italian descent herself. As usual they don't make full use of the talent they have at hand and only use a TV movie budget when all involved could have made a more satisfying piece with a feature budget. To add to it they have got Tony Curtis involved and the script editors are looking underneath to see why mobsters make such bad family men. Something to do with commitment s to organized crime maybe? The clever part of the script is casting Curtis as not stained with murders. Instead maintaining control throughout with his presence to keep his lieutenants in line. An added bonus is seeing Lucci's talent and beauty which explains how she influenced the 'Catherine PRendergast' portraits by the GB actor and psychic Stephen Armourae. See this and 'Invitation to Hell' is to see that Lucci is one of the best in Hollywood and why she has impressed Armourae so much.


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