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Casino: The Cast and Characters (2005)


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Credited cast:
Barbara De Fina Barbara De Fina ... Herself
Robert De Niro ... Himself
Joe Pesci ... Himself
Nicholas Pileggi ... Himself
Thelma Schoonmaker ... Herself
Martin Scorsese ... Himself
Sharon Stone ... Herself
Frank Vincent ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
L.Q. Jones ... County Commissioner Pat Webb (archive footage)
Alan King ... Andy Stone (archive footage)
Kevin Pollak ... Phillip Green (archive footage)
Don Rickles ... Billy Sherbert (archive footage)
Dick Smothers ... Senator (archive footage)
James Woods ... Lester Diamond (archive footage)


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Documentary | Short







Release Date:

14 June 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Casino: El reparto y los personajes See more »

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Universal Studios See more »
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This documentary is available on the 'Casino' (1995) Anniversary Edition DVD. See more »


References Casino (1995) See more »

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Breakthroughs and shorthand
28 September 2009 | by TBJCSKCNRRQTreviewsSee all my reviews

This is one of six featurettes on the 2-Disc Special Edition DVD of Casino, and one of the four of them that have their own page here on the site. It consists of interviews, clips of the movie, behind-the-scenes footage and stills. The person who gets the most time(meanwhile, it never gets to be boring) is Stone, and we get the full back-ground story for her taking the role, and delivering her astounding performance. They go into the off-camera relationships between the actors, the many interesting casting choices, some of Scorsese's directorial methods, and more. We hear about Pesci and DeNiro, how the first was in general during production and how the latter helped Sharon out. Motivation and such is also gone into. This is well-paced, with a 20 minute running time. It's edited well, and informative and entertaining throughout. The anecdotes alone are very much worth watching this documentary for. There is rather infrequent strong language in this, and that is the only real objectionable material in it. I recommend this to anyone who wants to know more about that aspect of the film. 7/10

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