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 Father Luca Tonarini 2 episodes, 1998
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 Claudia De Lena 2 episodes, 1998
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 Lia Vazzi 2 episodes, 1998
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 Pauly Borgetto 2 episodes, 1998
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 Bobby Bantz 2 episodes, 1998
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 Pippi De Lena 2 episodes, 1998
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 Don Domenico Clericuzio 2 episodes, 1998
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 Mark Hurst 2 episodes, 1998
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 Dirk Von Schelburg 2 episodes, 1998
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 Petie Clericuzio 2 episodes, 1998
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 Bishop Enzo 2 episodes, 1998
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Richard Scott Sarafian
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 Agent McKiff 2 episodes, 1998
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 Frankie Lips 2 episodes, 1998
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 Della Fortunato 2 episodes, 1998
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 Lenny Fortunato 2 episodes, 1998
Rosemary De Angelis ...
 Patsy Fortunato 2 episodes, 1998
Tony Meyler ...
 Construction Worker 2 episodes, 1998
Mo Kelso ...
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 Don Migliaccio 2 episodes, 1998
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 Fumigator Actress 2 episodes, 1998
Eve Crawford ...
 English Nanny 2 episodes, 1998
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 Don Rossario 2 episodes, 1998
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 Josie Cirolia 2 episodes, 1998
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 Giorgio Clericuzio 2 episodes, 1998
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 Billy D'Angelo 2 episodes, 1998
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As the elder don dies, his young heir moves into the position. He quickly proves to be as ruthless as he tries to discover who has launched a plot to overthrow his rule and may be infiltrating other families. In a left over plot line, his aunt discovers that the young don had her son murdered first setting her off in a plot to kill him. Then when she is stopped she is driven into the arms of a conflicted priest. Meanwhile, an undercover FBI agent moves into the family home as a teacher for the don's handicapped daughter. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Power. Passion. Betrayal. It's all in the family.

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3 May 1998 (USA)  »

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Rosemary Clericuzio: My family doesn't have accidents!
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Where Was the Food?
25 March 2015 | by See all my reviews

I re watched this recently, and just shook my head. Putting aside the overacting that border-lined on caricature, and many poor attempts at creating "atmosphere", The Last Don II made the unforgivable omission of having little to no focus on eating! This is a crucial element to any mob movie, any movie about Italian-American culture in general for that matter.Where were the sausage and peppers,the spaghetti with the "Sunday gravy"? How could this be omitted. Meals are also an important element of setting someone up to be whacked. In movies, and historically, wise guys are often "hit" while sitting down to dinner. This is part of the reason so much gusto goes into eating; because a wise guy knows that any meal may be his last, so, one may as well enjoy that meal to its fullest!

On another note, I found it amusing just how Canadian this production was. I didn't need to see the CN Tower in the background, or to read the credits. As a Canadian who has grown up watching many lukewarm tax credited productions, you can just tell!


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