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Danny Greene: The Rise and Fall of the Irishman (2009)

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Exclusive interviews with Danny Greene's family, Federal Government Officials, Mafia associates and Cleveland Police Enforcement, with never seen before photos.

Director:

Tommy Reid

Writer:

Brandon Sonnier (narration written by)
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Credited cast:
Shondor Birns Shondor Birns ... Himself (archive footage)
John DiMaggio ... Narrator
Barbara Eppich Barbara Eppich ... Herself (as Sister Barbara Eppich)
Danny Greene Danny Greene ... Himself (archive footage)
Nancy Greene Nancy Greene ... Herself
Tony Hughes Tony Hughes ... Himself
Ed Kovacic Ed Kovacic ... Himself
Carmen Marino Carmen Marino ... Himself
Rick Porrello Rick Porrello ... Himself
John Sommers John Sommers ... Himself
Sharon Greene Wehagen Sharon Greene Wehagen ... Herself
James Willis James Willis ... Himself
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Exclusive interviews with Danny Greene's family, Federal Government Officials, Mafia associates and Cleveland Police Enforcement, with never seen before photos.

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His death marked the end of the Italian Mafia. See more »


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TV-MA
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 April 2011 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Cleveland, Ohio, USA

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Opening Weekend USA:

$2,000, 10 April 2011, Limited Release
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Dundee Entertainment See more »
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Not a Perfect Documentary, But Nice
30 May 2011 | by gavin6942See all my reviews

Exclusive interviews with Danny Greene's family, Federal Government Officials, Mafia associates and Cleveland Police Enforcement, with never seen before photos.

I love who they were able to track down for this. I do wish, however, it had a bit more to it. I feel like it had potential but dropped the ball, and they filled too much time with the nun talking. She was overly dramatic and not a great storyteller. The rest were a real part of the history.

I think that maybe finding a prisoner to interview, but I can see that being a stretch...


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