The mobster Vincent 'Vinnie' Antonelli is under the witness protection program and the FBI agent Barney Coopersmith is assigned to take Vinnie and his wife Linda to a house in the suburbs. However their wives leave Vinnie and Barney and the agent gets closer to the gangster and befriends him. Vinnie is a bon vivant and a crook and does not keep the necessary low profile. The District Attorney Hannah Stubbs arrests him but Barney releases him from jail since he needs to testify against the Mafia. Soon Barney falls in love with Stubbs, but Vinnie gets into many troubles calling the attention of two hitmen from the Mafia. The police officer Crystal Rybak protects him and they also falls in love with each other. In the end, the good-hearted Vinnie becomes a prominent personality in the suburbs. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
A comedy about a government witness who gives suburbia a culture shock.
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Did You Know?
In Sweden, the movie was inexplicably named "How I Taught an FBI-agent to Dance the Marengo". See more
Stuntman visible when Vinnie jumps behind stacks of wood at the ballpark during the Christmas anecdote. He is visible in the bottom as Vinnie stands up with a gun. See more
[Barney tells a joke. Everyone laughs, except Hannah
I see that it's funny. I have a sense of humor.
Of course you have a sense of humor. Everyone thinks they do, even people who don't.
The Boy From New York City
Written by John Taylor and George Davis
Performed by The Ad Libs
Published by Trio Music Co., Inc.
Courtesy of Sun Entertainment Co. See more