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The story of Henry Hill and his life in the mob, covering his relationship with his wife Karen Hill and his mob partners Jimmy Conway and Tommy DeVito in the Italian-American crime... See more »

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  • Won 1 Oscar. Another 43 wins & 37 nominations.
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James Conway
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Henry Hill
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Tommy DeVito
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Karen Hill
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Paul Cicero
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Frankie Carbone
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Sonny Bunz
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Frenchy
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Billy Batts
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Morris Kessler
Frank DiLeo ...
Tuddy Cicero
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Henny Youngman
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Janice Rossi
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Tommy's Mother
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Vinnie
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Karen's Mother
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Sandy
Margo Winkler ...
Belle Kessler
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Lois Byrd
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Jerry Vale
Julie Garfield ...
Mickey Conway
Christopher Serrone ...
Young Henry
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Henry's Mother
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Henry's Father
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Michael Hill
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Spider
Robbie Vinton ...
Bobby Vinton
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Johnny Roastbeef (as John Williams)
Daniel P. Conte ...
Dr. Dan
Tony Conforti ...
Tony
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Johnny Dio
Ronald Maccone ...
Ronnie
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Tony Stacks
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Young Tommy
Steve Forleo ...
City Detective #1
Richard Dioguardi ...
City Detective #2
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Anthony Stabile
John Manca ...
Nickey Eyes
Joseph Bono ...
Mikey Franzese
Katherine Wallach ...
Diane
Mark Evan Jacobs ...
Bruce
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Cicero's Wife
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Tuddy's Wife
Marie Michaels ...
Mrs. Carbone
LoNardo ...
Frenchy's Wife (as Lo Nardo)
Melissa Prophet ...
Angie
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Rosie
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Susan
Elizabeth Whitcraft ...
Tommy's Girlfriend at Copa
Clem Caserta ...
Joe Buddha
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Stacks Edwards
Fran McGee ...
Johnny Roastbeef's Wife
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Dealer
Edward McDonald ...
Edward McDonald
Edward Hayes ...
Defense Attorney
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Young Henry's Sister #1
Gina Mattia ...
Young Henry's Sister #2
Joel Calendrillo ...
Young Henry's Older Brother
Anthony Valentin ...
Young Michael
Edward D. Murphy ...
Liquor Cop #1
Michael Citriniti ...
Liquor Cop #2
Peter Hock ...
Mailman
Erasmus C. Alfano ...
Barbeque Wiseguy
John Di Benedetto ...
Bleeding Man (as John DiBenedetto)
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Gambling Doorman
Thomas Lowry ...
Hijacked Driver
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School Guard
Richard Mullally ...
Cop #1
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Mob Lawyer
Paul McIsaac ...
Judge - 1956
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Truck Driver at Diner
Louis Eppolito ...
Fat Andy
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Frankie The Wop
Mikey Black ...
Freddy No Nose
Peter Cicale ...
Pete The Killer
Anthony Powers ...
Jimmy Two Times
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Man with Coatrack (as Vinny Pastore)
Anthony Alessandro ...
Henry's 60's Crew
Victor Colicchio ...
Henry's 60's Crew
Mike Contessa ...
Cicero's 60's Crew
Philip Suriano ...
Cicero's 60's crew
Paul Mougey ...
Terrorized Waiter
Norman Barbera ...
Bouncer
Anthony Polemeni ...
Copa Captain
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Henry Greeter #1
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Henry Greeter #2
Dino Laudicina ...
Henry Greeter #3
Thomas E. Camuti ...
Mr. Tony Hood #1
Andrew Scudiero ...
Mr. Tony Hood #2
Irving Welzer ...
Copa Announcer
Jesse Kirtzman ...
Beach Club Waiter
Russell Halley ...
Bruce's Brother #1
Spencer Bradley ...
Bruce's Brother #2
Bob Altman ...
Karen's Dad
Joanna Bennett ...
Marie #1
Gayle Lewis ...
Marie #2
Gaetano Lisi ...
Paul #3
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Truck Driver
Ed Deacy ...
Detective Deacy
Larry Silvestri ...
Detective Silvestri
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Batts' Crew #1 (as Johnny Cha Cha Ciarcia)
Vito Picone ...
Vito
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Vito's Girlfriend
Frank Aquilino ...
Batts' Crew #2
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Lisa
Michael Calandrino ...
Godfather at Table
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Prizefighter
Vito Balsamo ...
Henry's 70's Crew
Peter Fain ...
Henry's 70's Crew
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Henry's 70's Crew (as Vinnie Gallo)
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Henry's 70's Crew
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Henry's 70's Crew (as Garry Blackwood)
Nicole Burdette ...
Carbone's Girlfriend
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Henry's Older Child - Judy (as Stella Kietel)
Dominique DeVito ...
Henry's Baby - Ruth (as Dominque DeVito)
Michaelangelo Graziano ...
Bar Patron
Paula Kcira ...
Janice's Girlfriend #1 (as Paula Gallo)
Nadine Kay ...
Janice's Girlfriend #2
Tony Ellis ...
Bridal Shop Owner
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Florida Bookie
Jamie De Roy ...
Bookie's Sister (as Jamie DeRoy)
Joel Blake ...
Judge - 1971
H. Clay Dear ...
Security Guard with Lobsters
Thomas Hewson ...
Drug Buyer
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Prison Guard in Booth
Margaux Guerard ...
Judy Hill at 10 Years
Violet Gaynor ...
Ruth Hill at 8 Years
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Parole Officer
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Stacks' Girlfriend
Nancy Cassaro ...
Joe Buddha's Wife (as Nancy Ellen Cassaro)
Adam Wandt ...
Kid
Joe Gioco ...
Garbage Man (as Joseph P. Gioco)
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Doctor
Alyson Jones ...
Judy Hill at 13 Years
Ruby Gaynor ...
Ruth Hill at 11 Years
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Arresting Narc (as Richard 'Bo' Dietl)
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Detective Who Tastes Cocaine (uncredited)
Steve Baker ...
Waiter (uncredited)
Lisa Bostnar ...
Nicky Eyes' Girlfriend (uncredited)
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Gangster's Girlfriend (uncredited)
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Truck Hijacker (uncredited)
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Young Wiseguy (uncredited)
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Contruction Worker (uncredited)
Matthew T. Gitkin ...
Warehouse Worker (uncredited)
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Cicero's '60s Crew (uncredited)
Debbee Hinchcliffe ...
Jimmy's Date (uncredited)
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Jakie Rabinowitz (uncredited)
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Commuter (uncredited)
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Fellas Chauffer (uncredited)
Joseph Oliveira ...
Marciano (uncredited)
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Resturante Mob Onlooker (uncredited)
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Frankie (uncredited)
Jeffrey Rollins ...
Courtroom Defendant (uncredited)
Robert Sedona ...
Restaurant Customer (uncredited)
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Wiseguy (uncredited)
Drew Stanley ...
Wedding Photographer (uncredited)
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1956 Court Stenographer (uncredited)
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Jimmy's Son (uncredited)
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Prison Inmate Sitting Behind Henry (uncredited)

Directed by

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Martin Scorsese

Written by

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Nicholas Pileggi ... (book "Wiseguy")
 
Nicholas Pileggi ... (screenplay) &
Martin Scorsese ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Barbara De Fina ... executive producer (as Barbara DeFina)
Bruce S. Pustin ... associate producer (as Bruce Pustin)
Irwin Winkler ... producer

Cinematography by

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Michael Ballhaus ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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James Y. Kwei ... film editor (as James Kwei)
Thelma Schoonmaker ... film editor

Editorial Department

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Amy Auchincloss ... second assistant editor
Kent Blocher ... assistant editor
David Leonard ... first assistant editor
Tom San Martin ... negative matcher (uncredited)
Kate Sanford ... apprentice editor (uncredited)
Arnold Shuster ... negative matcher (uncredited)

Casting By

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Ellen Lewis

Production Design by

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Kristi Zea

Art Direction by

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Maher Ahmad

Set Decoration by

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Leslie Bloom ... (as Les Bloom)

Costume Design by

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Richard Bruno

Makeup Department

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Alan D'Angerio ... hair stylist
William A. Farley ... hair stylist (as Bill Farley)
Carl Fullerton ... makeup artist
Ilona Herman ... hair stylist: Mr. De Niro / makeup artist: Mr. De Niro
Allen Weisinger ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Bruce S. Pustin ... unit production manager (as Bruce Pustin)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Vebe Borge ... second assistant director
Susan E. Fiore ... dga trainee (as Susan Fiore)
Deborah Lupard ... second second assistant director
Joseph P. Reidy ... first assistant director (as Joseph Reidy) / second unit director (as Joseph Reidy)

Art Department

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John R. Ford ... assistant property master (as John Ford)
Robert Griffon Jr. ... property master (as Robert J. Griffon Jr.)
Caryl Loeb ... master scenic artist
John McDonnell ... assistant property master
Arne Olsen ... construction foreman
Susan Pileggi ... painter
Louis Sanchez ... construction coordinator
Robin Standefer ... art department researcher
Bruce Swanson ... set dresser
Bill Gold ... poster designer (uncredited)
Manny Sanchez ... shop foreman (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Michael Berenbaum ... assistant sound editor
Ron Bochar ... supervising foley editor
William Docker ... assistant sound editor
Tom Fleischman ... rerecording mixer
Frank Graziadei ... sound recordist
Brian Johnson ... assistant sound editor
Frank Kern ... foley editor
Bruce Kitzmeyer ... dialogue editor
Skip Lievsay ... supervising sound editor
Marissa Littlefield ... dialogue editor
Bruce Pross ... foley editor
Fred Rosenberg ... dialogue editor
James Sabat ... production sound mixer
Louis Sabat ... boom operator
Anne Sawyer ... assistant sound editor
Gail Showalter ... adr editor
Jeffrey Stern ... dialogue editor (as Jeff Stern)
Philip Stockton ... supervising dialogue editor
Sean Byrne ... post-production sound (uncredited)
Cory Coken ... additional adr recordist (uncredited)
Marko A. Costanzo ... foley artist (uncredited)
Mel Zelniker ... adr recordist (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Connie Brink ... special effects (as Conrad Brink Sr.)
Tony Parmelee ... special effects (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Richard Greenberg ... opticals (uncredited)

Stunts

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Paul Bucossi ... stuntperson
Peter Bucossi ... stuntperson
Norman Douglass ... stuntperson (as Norm Douglass)
Roy Farfel ... stuntperson
Nicholas J. Giangiulio ... stuntperson (as Nick Giangiulio)
Tony Guida ... stuntperson
Phil Neilson ... stuntperson
Janet Paparazzo ... stuntperson
Don Picard ... stuntperson
Michael Russo ... stunt coordinator / stuntperson (as Mike Russo)
Alex Stevens ... stuntperson
Shawn O'Neil ... stunt driver (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Florian Ballhaus ... first assistant camera
Jerry DeBlau ... chief lighting technician
David M. Dunlap ... camera operator (as David Dunlap)
Brian Fitzsimons ... second grip
Dennis Gamiello ... key grip
John Lowry ... second grip
Bobby Mancuso ... second assistant camera (as Bob Mancuso)
Larry McConkey ... steadicam operator
Peter John Petraglia ... assistant chief lighting technician (as John Petraglia)
Barry Wetcher ... still photographer
Russ Caldwell ... lamp operator (uncredited)
Larry Huston ... Steadicam focus puller (uncredited)
Eric Leigh ... electrician (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Sylvia Fay ... extras casting
Laura Rosenthal ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jennifer L. Bryan ... wardrobe: women
Robert Dean Jackson ... wardrobe supervisor (as Dean Jackson)
Thomas Lee Keller ... assistant costume designer
Susan O'Donnell ... assistant costume designer
Carol H. Beule ... assistant costume designer (uncredited)
Wendy Rolfe Evered ... wardrobe assistant (uncredited)

Location Management

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Daniel Coss ... location assistant
Amy Herman ... location assistant
Steve Rose ... location manager
Neri Kyle Tannenbaum ... location assistant (as Neri Tannenbaum)
Sasha Tsyrlin ... location scout (uncredited)

Music Department

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Christopher Brooks ... music editor

Transportation Department

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Bill Curry Jr. ... transportation captain
Robert Leddy ... co-transportation captain
Patrick Hogan ... driver (uncredited)

Other crew

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Todd Arnow ... production accountant
Elaine Bass ... titles
Saul Bass ... titles
Marion Billings ... unit publicist
Sharon A. Briggs ... assistant: Barbara De Fina
Robin Chambers ... assistant: to Robert De Niro
Dermot Conley ... assistant: to Irwin Winkler, New York
Janet Crosby ... production associate
Alesandra M. Cuomo ... production office coordinator
Michael DeCasper ... runner
John Fischer ... runner (as John Fisher)
Michele Giordano ... production associate
Julia Judge ... assistant: Martin Scorsese
Cayle Lewis ... runner
John Manca ... technical advisor
David I. Miller ... runner
Ron Mitchell ... production assistant
Jan Nizen ... Asst. Prod Accountant
Heather Norton ... runner
Stephen R. Pacca ... creator: Morrie's wig commercial
Sheila Paige ... script supervisor
Christopher Swartout ... runner
Robert Lee Whitlock II ... craft service
Al Cerullo ... helicopter pilot (uncredited)
Dianne E. Collins ... publicist: M/S Billings Publicity Ltd. (uncredited)
Bill Daly ... post-production accountant manager (uncredited)
Richard De Witt ... production assistant (uncredited)
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Production Companies

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  • Warner Bros. (presents) (A Time Warner Co.) (an Irwin Winkler Production)

Distributors

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Special Effects

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Henry Hill might be a small time gangster, who may have taken part in a robbery with Jimmy Conway and Tommy De Vito, two other gangsters who might have set their sights a bit higher. His two partners could kill off everyone else involved in the robbery, and slowly start to think about climbing up through the hierarchy of the Mob. Henry, however, might be badly affected by his partners' success, but will he consider stooping low enough to bring about the downfall of Jimmy and Tommy? Written by Colin Tinto

Plot Keywords
Taglines "As far back as I can remember, I've always wanted to be a gangster." -- Henry Hill, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1955. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Good Fellas (United States)
  • GoodFellas (United States)
  • Wiseguy (United States)
  • Les affranchis (France)
  • GoodFellas - Drei Jahrzehnte in der Mafia (Germany)
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Runtime
  • 146 min
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Box Office

Budget $25,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $6,368,901, 21 Sep 1990

Did You Know?

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Trivia According to Nicholas Pileggi, some mobsters were hired as extras to lend authenticity to scenes. The mobsters gave fake Social Security numbers to Warner Brothers, and it is unknown how they received their paychecks. See more »
Goofs When young Henry Hill is arrested for selling black-market cigarettes (late 1950s), the cigarette cartons have UPC barcodes. A barcode is also visible on a bottle of dish soap on the window sill as Johnny and the boys are making spaghetti in the late 1950s. The barcode was first tried in 1966, became a new industry standard in 1970, and was first scanned in 1974. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Video Macumba (1991). See more »
Soundtracks Rags to Riches See more »
Quotes Henry Hill: You're a pistol, you're really funny. You're really funny.
Tommy DeVito: What do you mean I'm funny?
Henry Hill: It's funny, you know. It's a good story, it's funny, you're a funny guy.
[laughs]
Tommy DeVito: What do you mean, you mean the way I talk? What?
Henry Hill: It's just, you know. You're just funny, it's... funny, you know the way you tell the story and everything.
Tommy DeVito: [it becomes quiet] Funny how? What's funny about it?
Anthony Stabile: Tommy no, you got it all wrong.
Tommy DeVito: Oh, oh, Anthony. He's a big boy, he knows what he said. What did ya say? Funny how?
Henry Hill: Jus...
Tommy DeVito: What?
Henry Hill: Just... ya know... you're funny.
Tommy DeVito: You mean, let me understand this cause, ya know maybe it's me, I'm a little fucked up maybe, but I'm funny how, I mean funny like I'm a clown, I amuse you? I make you laugh, I'm here to fuckin' amuse you? What do you mean funny, funny how? How am I funny?
Henry Hill: Just... you know, how you tell the story, what?
Tommy DeVito: No, no, I don't know, you said it. How do I know? You said I'm funny. How the fuck am I funny, what the fuck is so funny about me? Tell me, tell me what's funny!
Henry Hill: [long pause] Get the fuck out of here, Tommy!
Tommy DeVito: [everyone laughs] Ya motherfucker! I almost had him, I almost had him. Ya stuttering prick ya. Frankie, was he shaking? I wonder about you sometimes, Henry. You may fold under questioning.
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