A former drug lord returns from prison determined to wipe out all his competition and distribute the profits of his operations to the city's poor in this stylish and ultraviolent modern twist on Robin Hood. Written by
Keith Loh <email@example.com>
Where "Scarface" left off... "King of New York" begins.
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Did You Know?
F.W. Murnau's "Nosferatu" (1922) is the movie the Chinese gang is watching in the screening room. See more
In the scene in which Bishop enters the train to seek White, Bishop enters the #7 train. The #7 train begins at "Main St., Flushing Queens" and terminates at "42nd St. Times Square." The destination of this particular #7 train posts "34th St. Penn Station" as its terminus. See more
When the D.A's office investigated the sudden death of Arty Clay, they found that he left a $13 million estate. How do you explain that? There there's Larry Wong, who owned half of Chinatown when he passed away. Larry used to rent his tenements to Asian refuges, his own people, for $800 a month to share a single toilet on the same floor. How 'bout King Tito? He had thirteen-year-old girls hooking for him on the street. Those guys are dead because I don't want to make money that way. Emil Zappa,...
Words & Music / Joe Delia
(as Delia) - Nicholas St. John
(as St. John)
Slymoon Pub. Co. BMI
Performed by Freddie Jackson
(c) 1989 See more