Brooklyn Docks, 1957. If you're not a dockworker, mobster, or streetwalker, you don't belong in this neighborhood. Mob small fish George and Dip set up their boss Joey "The Heart" Aorta with Glorice, the new prostitute on the docks. They're ecstatic when the Mob Don falls madly in love with the sexy tart. But they soon discover this gorgeous broad is not at at all what she appears. If their boss finds out her secret, they'll get whacked for sure. Written by
DONNIE BRASCO meets THE CRYING GAME in this hilarious mob comedy.
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Fifty clams? For a lousy hummer? Too much.
It's high, but if you went through the trouble of finding me, you must really need me. And if you need me, something gives me the hunch you'll pay fifty.
[Glorice raises an eyebrow
Okay, fifty. But you better be sucking harder than Dorothy's tornado.
Take Me Out To The Ball Game
Music by Albert von Tilzer
Lyrics by Jack Norworth See more