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Emperor of the Bronx (1990)

George and Tony are two good fellas from the mean streets of New York. All they want is to make it to their 21st birthdays, but in their world of prostitutes, junkies and gangs, one wrong move can be their last!

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Joseph Merhi
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
William Smith ... Fitz
Alex D'Andrea ... Tony
Charlie Ganis Charlie Ganis ... George
Adrian Drake Adrian Drake ... Roman
Anthony Gioia Anthony Gioia ... Falco
Leisha Sukary Leisha Sukary ... Sandy
Robbin Harvey Robbin Harvey ... Carla
Robert Gallo ... Mike (as Bob Gallo)
Raymond Martino Raymond Martino ... Tibbs
R.J. Walker R.J. Walker ... Milo
Lee Canalito ... Tony's Father
Delores Nascar Delores Nascar ... Madame
Charla Driver Charla Driver ... Jan
Perry Genovese Perry Genovese ... Flint
Elizabeth Toomey Elizabeth Toomey ... Hooker (N.Y.) (as Beth Toomey)
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George and Tony are two good fellas from the mean streets of New York. All they want is to make it to their 21st birthdays, but in their world of prostitutes, junkies and gangs, one wrong move can be their last!

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

June 1990 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Tödliche Bronx See more »

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City Lights Home Video See more »
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Mono

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Color
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Quotes

Fitz: Get out of my car, you Punk!
Tony: But I have no idea where we are.
Fitz: Get your ass out of here!
Tony: I'm sorry.
Fitz: Get out!
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Zing Zang
Composed by Leisha Sukary and John Philip Shenale
Produced by John Philip Shenale
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Modern Gangstermovie
10 November 2001 | by wolfhell88See all my reviews

This is a modern Gangstermovie made in the tradition of classics like Scarface (1932) and Little Cesar(1931) and mixed with modern Gang-movies. It is cheap and trashy but has some really great and memorable scenes, for example, when young Tony loses one of his fingers. The whole movie starts getting interesting after the second part when William Smith appears as Fitz, who helps Tony out of some tricky situations. This is one of the best and most memorable parts this great B-movie-actor ever played. Another thing in this movie I will never forget is that the bad guy is named after an austrian popsinger: Falco.


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