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Capone's Boys (2002)

Al's Lads (original title)
Three Englishmen working as waiters on a cruise ship in 1927 are given a chance to work for the Al Capone gang.


Richard Standeven


Marc Gee

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Complete credited cast:
Marc Warren ... Jimmy
Kirsty Mitchell ... Edith
Al Sapienza ... Georgio
Ralf Little ... Dan (as Ralf Little) (as Ralph Little)
Julian Littman Julian Littman ... Al Capone
Stephen Lord ... Eddy
Richard Roundtree ... Boom-Boom
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
George Anton George Anton ... Tony
Mike Atkinson Mike Atkinson ... Referee
Cliff Barry ... Shivetski (as Clifford Barry)
Craig Cheetham ... Cook
George Christopher George Christopher ... Reporter #1
Aris Comninos Aris Comninos ... Hood
Warwick Davis ... Leo (as Warwick Davies)
Ron Donachie ... Birch


Three Englishmen working as waiters on a cruise ship in 1927 are given a chance to work for the Al Capone gang.

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Drama | Crime

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »


Official Sites:

Alchemy Pictures





Release Date:

25 June 2002 (Russia) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

England, UK See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Alchemy Pictures See more »
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A positive response to a clever little English Picture
5 April 2002 | by jefskiSee all my reviews

Having read the blurb about this picture, I was expecting a knockabout English period farce at a very low budget. I was wrong. This is a nicely written, well shot (in Liverpool) period drama which transcends its meagre budget. The characters are well sketched and their working class backgrounds counterpoint the slick American peformances offered up by the likes of Al Sapienza ('The Soprano's') and Richard Roundtree (The original 'Shaft'). The story develops from a simple gin scam on board The Mauritania into Marc Warren (Jimmy) becomming a prize fighter for Al Capone's gang and in turn solving the kidnapping of Al's Son (Sonny). The gorgeous Kirsty Mitchell gives a very polished American peformance (she's Scottish!) and Ralph Little (Royle Family) and Stephen Lord excel also. Slow in parts, this film is well worth seeing and is beautifully lit by Nic Knowlands. A good low budget movie that can hold its head up high!!

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