Two American mafiosi, Gino and Settimo, take refuge in the Glasgow cafe owned by their Scottish/Italian cousin. But cousin Roberto isn't the tough guy they'd expected. His strengths are fish frying and stamp collecting, and he thinks Magnum 45s are a type of ice cream. Gino and Settimo try to repay Roberto's hospitality by chasing off a debt collector who wants his property, but their strong arm tactics alarm him and he realises they aren't the PR consultants they claimed to be Written by
You think you've got family problems.
Did You Know?
When Gino and Settimo arrive at the airport, the interior is clearly showing Glasgow "Prestwick" airport, however when Roberto leaves the airport in his van with Gino and Settimo he drives across the roundabout which is outside Glasgow International (Abbotsinch) airport which is 35 miles away from Prestwick. See more
All we done in four days is fry fish and shoot people. Want counts for fun around here?
Words and Music by Carl Sigman
and Peter De Rose
Performed by Adriano Celentano
Master recording courtesy of Saar Records, Milan
Published by Majorsongs Co (ASCAP), Enterprise Music Corp, Memory Lane Music Ltd, Redwood Music Ltd,
De Rose Music, Songwriters Guild of America
Used by kind permission of Bug Music Inc, Carlin Music Corp, Windswept Pacific, International Music Network Ltd See more