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The Iceman Tapes: Conversations with a Killer 

Not Rated | | Documentary | Episode aired 1992
Richard Kuklinski was a devoted husband, loving father--and ruthless killer of over 100 people. You'll meet him in this powerful documentary that features one of the most vivid and ... See full summary »
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Richard Kuklinski ...
Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Baden ...
Himself (as Michael M. Baden M.D.)
Robert J. Carroll ...
Himself
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Herself - Narrator (voice)
Patrick Kane ...
Himself
Barbara Kuklinski ...
Herself
Kent Manahan ...
Herself (archive footage)
Dominick Polifrone ...
Himself
Chuck Scarborough ...
Himself (archive footage)
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Richard Kuklinski was a devoted husband, loving father--and ruthless killer of over 100 people. You'll meet him in this powerful documentary that features one of the most vivid and disturbing interviews ever recorded--taped behind the walls of the prison where Kuklinski is serving two consecutive life sentences for multiple homicide. Written by Anonymous

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Followed by The Iceman Confesses: Secrets of a Mafia Hitman (2001) See more »

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9 May 2013 | by (everywhere) – See all my reviews

Based on body-language, I know when someone is lying. All of the major players here as I scanned through this video - BRIEFLY - are lying. The man playing 'kuklinski', the lawyer, the new jersey prosecutor, i think it was, somewhere near the end as I skipped the bulk of the middle deciding it was not worth my time. I remembered from some time ago, having watched it more thoroughly and decided then it also wasn't worth my time. With the new release coming forward 'based on the iceman', I decided to scan their 'source material', and had forgotten that I had watched this thoroughly forgettable piece.

Yes, the narrator - whom we never meet - has a compelling voice. So she is allegedly paid to deliver this disembodied voice, one apparently making suggestions to the listener to believe in such __, while the actors, act! If one takes a look at north American based news media people, they are similarly all liars, propaganda artists. So why should this 'famous' piece be any different? Columbine anyone? 'Batman' theatre 'killings'? Both of these have also been reviewed, in Columbine Cause by Evan Long and various obvious glitches in the story about the 'Batman theatre killings'.

Anyway, for anyone who can read body language, these people communicate well they are liars. Which means they are props and the whole story falls through. What a perfect way to scare people huh though? If someone makes a movie and calls it make-believe, and someone else makes 'news' and calls it real - do you believe everything people APPEAR to tell you? just another bogeyman story.


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