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Nino never wanted the life of a gangster, but when his father, Don Corleone is gunned down in the street, he must answer the call for revenge. Now Nino is Da Last Don and the family business... See more »

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Nino
John Marlo ...
Rico
Silkk Tha Shocker ...
D.J. (as Silkk)
Boz ...
Tony
Varshini Soobiah ...
Alyssa
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Collins
Jimmy ...
Mac
Mia X ...
Nicey
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The Don
Rick Richards ...
Priest
Barry Doe ...
Consigllari
Joseph Gargiulo ...
Bodyguard #1
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Bodyguard #2
Santos Reyes ...
Bodyguard #3
Jeffrey Selwyn ...
Wiseguy #1
Duane Smith ...
Wiseguy #2
Jamaica Charley ...
Stripper
Jennifer Bergeron ...
Dancer
Shantele Blackmon ...
Dancer
Demi Gill ...
Dancer
Tina New ...
Dancer
Rachel ...
Dancer
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Dancer
Roxanne Roberts ...
Dancer
Juanita Torres ...
Dancer
Stacy Williams ...
Dancer
T.R. Richards ...
Cousin #1
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Cousin #2
Tom Vitorino ...
Uncle #1
Eddie Eisele ...
Uncle #2
Luis De Los Santos ...
Ambulance driver
Bille Washington ...
Paramedic
Tony Franchitto ...
EMT (as Anthony Franchitto)
Jusint Vazquez ...
Drug dealer #1
Ramsey Nassar ...
Drug dealer #2
Donica Denene ...
Hooker
Otis Johnson ...
BB player #1
Courtney McLeah ...
BB player #2
Brett Walker ...
Korean customer
Jack Wong ...
Clerk
C-Murder ...
Cuban guard
Richard Haje ...
Cop #1
C.O. Mitchell ...
Cop #2
Dia Fernandez ...
Maid
Crystalle Ford ...
Waitress
Dora Riestra ...
Topless waitress
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Nino's mother
Other cast:
Ron Haynes
Sean Mallett ...
Ambulance driver
Luis Medina ...
Vinnie
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Bar patron (uncredited)

Directed by

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Michael Martin
Master P ... (co-director)

Written by

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Master P ... (screenplay)
 
Master P ... (story)
 
Regina McLeod ... () (as Regina McLeod Wilson)
 
Tony Wilson ... ()

Produced by

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Stevie 'Black' Lockett ... producer
Chris Palladino ... line producer
Marvin Wadlow Jr. ... producer

Music by

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Dino Herrmann

Cinematography by

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Steve Gainer

Film Editing by

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T. David Binns

Editorial Department

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Nneka Goforth ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Black
M.L. Davis
Stevie 'Black' Lockett

Production Design by

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Michael Pearce

Set Decoration by

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David Vance

Costume Design by

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Ruth Allegra Pena

Makeup Department

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Caprice ... hair stylist
Gloria Elias ... key makeup artist
Andre S. McCoy ... assistant hair stylist
Cheryl Reid-Collins ... assistant hair stylist
Litha Vasquez ... assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Clark Moffat ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Dave Meyers ... second unit director
Joe Osborne ... first assistant director
Lucia Rife ... second second assistant director
William Washington ... second unit director
Linda Wilson ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Lisa Corradino ... set designer
David Frazier ... art swing gang
Dylan Gordon ... art swing
Rosslyn Gross ... scenic artist
Mark Harper ... carpenter
Gabriel Kramer ... property master
Kathleen McCarthy ... assistant property master
Courtney Smith ... lead
Brendan Sowersby ... carpenter
Tamra Stern ... on-set dresser
Roger Wadham ... art department coordinator / construction coordinator

Sound Department

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B.J. Lehn ... production sound mixer
Julian Samuel Lopez ... boom operator
Gene Semel ... sound editor

Special Effects by

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Rudy Perez Jr. ... special effects coordinator

Stunts

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Leonard Creer Jr. ... stunts
Lanier Edwards ... stunts
Henry Kingi Jr. ... stunts
Cole S. McKay ... stunts
LaToya Suggs ... stunts
George Wall ... stunts
William Washington ... stunt coordinator
Ed Wedding ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Salim Bensrhir ... electrician (as Salim Benshir)
Peter Burge ... best boy electric
Patrick Flores ... grip
Rick Gowing ... Steadicam operator / first assistant camera
Renaldo Jackson ... gaffer
Michael Koepke ... grip
Joseph LaStrape III ... electrician (as Joe Lastrope)
John Massaro ... electrician
Oscar Miranda ... second assistant camera
Richard Nasworthy ... grip
Luc G. Nicknair ... director of photography: second unit
Tommy 'Hammer' O'Connell ... grip
Billy Park ... first assistant camera
Ray Patrick ... crane operator
Michael Joseph Reyes ... key grip (as Mike Reyes)
Michael Lynn Roquemore ... camera loader
Christian Franz Staab ... best boy grip

Casting Department

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Mark Fourte ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Mimi Melgaard ... wardrobe consultant
Annie Psaltires ... wardrobe assistant

Transportation Department

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Bob Beace ... driver: grip
Leo Landa ... shotmaker driver
Allan Whitney ... transportation co-captain

Other crew

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Nicole Acacio ... production coordinator
Nahshon Anderson ... intern / production assistant
Bryan Besser ... production assistant
Renata Chuquer ... assistant coordinator
Kevin Columbus ... production assistant
Scott Cunningham ... producer: second unit
Ron Gallicano ... production assistant
Ron 'Hi Mom' Haynes ... production assistant
Nathaniel C. Henderson III ... key production assistant
Matthew Horwitz ... production assistant
Glen Landry ... production assistant
Nick Lee ... production assistant
Karl Mitchell ... tiger trainer
Jerry Mundy Jr. ... strike crew
Dan Nugent ... strike crew
Tony Ribas ... production assistant
Richard Rice ... body double: Master P
Buddy Sosthand ... production assistant
Nancy Story ... script supervisor
Sora Sylvers ... production assistant
Cesar Toledo ... strike crew
Eric Troop ... production assistant
David Woods ... production assistant

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Nino never wanted the life of a gangster, but when his father, Don Corleone is gunned down in the street, he must answer the call for revenge. Now Nino is Da Last Don and the family business is in his hands...a world of deceit, back room deals and crooked cops that threatens to destroy everything Nino loves. Written by Lunchbox

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Also Known As
  • MP Da Last Don (United States)
Runtime
  • 46 min
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Did You Know?

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Crazy Credits The credits feature a music video for Master P's "Eternity" from his album also titled MP Da Last Don See more »

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