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Looking up Ann Jillian one day I saw she had been in Mario and the Mob, which was coming on tv in a week or so. Sure I had to stay up till 3am taping it and my copy really isn't that great, but the movie is wonderful. Mario, head of the mob, inherits a mob of his own, when his nephews and niece have to live with him. Along with Alice (Ann Jillian) his girlfriend, they stumble through mishaps and learn to love each other.. So what, it isn't one of the most talked about movies, the cast aren't in every second movie you see, Mario and the Mob is a must see!
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