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Hit the Dutchman (1992)

 -  Crime | Drama  -  12 June 1992 (USA)
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Credited cast:
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eddie Bowz ...
Joey Noe
Guy D'Alema ...
Police captain
Jim Denny ...
Tony DiSalvo ...
Leonard Donato ...
Lucky Luciano (as Len Donato)
Rick Giolito ...
Carmine Genovese
Menahem Golan ...
Hymie Weinstock (as Joseph Goldman)
Peter Coll
Whitney R. Hunter ...
Reporter (as Whitney Hunter)
Emma Flegenheimer
Abigail Lenz ...
Frances Schultz


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A Crime in Itself.
25 January 2002 | by (Orlando, Fl) – See all my reviews

"Dutch Schultz", AKA Arthur Fleggenheimer, was a real person and his rather nasty life is fairly well documented. This movie which purports to depict his life should have used a fictional character, because the overdramatized events are too strong a departure from the facts and the chronology. Not only that, it ignores some interesting details which other versions have included such as the public relations fiasco in upstate N.Y. and his religious conversion. It is true that he was executed by Luciano, Lansky, et. al. but that's as far as it goes. The exploding plate scene which represents Luciano carrying out the execution of Bo Weinberg in his own home, assisted by his own mother is rediculous. Also, there is the scene in which Dutch approaches his own mother to pay protection to Legs Diamond. It just doesn't work. The character of Mrs. Fleggenheimer doesn't work either. This movie does not need a doting Jewish mother for comic relief. The lame representation of Legs Diamond was humorous enough. I'm sure the man is turning in his grave. And, by the way, Dutch did in fact personally kill people, but, he was not Rambo or 007. The scene in which he wipes out the brewery is absurd. I don't know. Maybe it was supposed to be a comedy and I just didn't get it.

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