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In this fictionalized account based on true figures, a foursome of young thugs decides to team up and take control of New York's east side from the aging bosses who control it. Bugsy Siegel ([[Performer~P28759~Richard Grieco~richardgrieco]]) and Frank Costello ([[Performer~P45000~Costas Mandylor~costasmandylor]]) control the physical elements of the operation, while Lucky Luciano ([[Performer~P66187~Christian Slater~christianslater]]) and Meyer Lansky ([[Performer~P18549~Patrick Dempsey~patrickdempsey]]) bring up the business end. ~ John Bush, Rovi

  • Release date:July 26, 1991

Cast

Christian Slater
as Charlie "Lucky" Luciano
Patrick Dempsey
as Meyer Lansky
Richard Grieco
as Benny "Bugsy" Siegel
Costas Mandylor
as Frank Costello
F. Murray Abraham
as Arnold Rothstein
Anthony Quinn
as Don Masseria
Lara Flynn Boyle
as Mara Motes
Michael Gambon
as Don Feranzano
Chris Penn
as Tommy Reina
Nicholas Sadler
as Mad Dog Coll
Nick Dimitri
as Bodyguard
Ava Fabian
as Cute Girl
Rachel Parker
as Dancer
Richard Garneau
as Room Service Waiter
Robert Z'Dar
as Rocco
Rodney Eastman
as Joey
Ron Marquette
as Maitre d'
Russ Fega
as Nathan Citron
Russell Curry
as Black Gangster
Shannon Maloney
as Dancer
Stan Berry
as Card Player
Steve Picerni
as Luciano's Driver
Steve Restivo
as Little Brother
Theresa Berquist
as Dancer
Traci Swensen
as Joey's Mother
Trish Pamish
as Dancer
Trish Steele
as Costello'sMother
Bianca Rossini
as Rosalie Luciano
Willie Garson
as Telephone Operator
Jan Solomita
as Wedding Guest
Janice Cronkhite
as Dancer
Jennifer Gatti
as Secretary
Jeremy Schoenberg
as Crapshooter
Jim Wilkey
as Coll's Driver
John Chappoulis
as Joe Bonnano
Andy Romano
as Antonio Luciano
Kerry Brennan
as Dancer
Lada Boder
as Dancer
Anna Villa
as Dancer
Leonard Termo
as Joe Palermo
Leslie Bega
as Anna Lansky
Linda Fontanette
as Maid
Lynette Walden
as Cute Debutante
Anto Nolan
as Irish Cop
Melissa Hurley
as Dancer
Anya Longwell
as Showgirl
Miles Perlich
as Crapshooter
Titus Welliver
as Al Capone
Seymour Cassel
as Father Bonotto
Don Brockett
as Irish Politician
Elizabeth Graham
as Cute Girl
Emile Nicolaou
as Kid
Erik Degn
as Goon
Frank Collison
as Sonny Catania
Joe Viterelli
as Joe Profaci
Anna Berger
as Mrs. Greene
Fyvush Finkel
as Tailor
Karen Russell
as Showgirl
Bill Bastiani
as Short Stick
Sean Blackman
as Another Italian
J.P. Romano
as Goon
Sharmagne Leland-St. John
as Wedding Guest
Suzie Hardy
as Dancer
Clark Heathcliffe Brolly
as Mike Shane
Carmen Twillie
as Blues Singer
Caroline Gillette
as Little Sister
Alan Charof
as Rabbi
Charlie Picerni
as Bodyguard

Crew

Michael Karbelnikoff
Director
Stephen J. Roth
Producer
C.O. Erickson
Producer
Michael Mahern
Screen Story
Michael Mahern
Screenwriter
Nicholas Kazan
Screenwriter
Lajos Koltai
Cinematographer
Scott Smith
Editor
Joe D'Augustine
Editor
Richard Sylbert
Production Designer
C.O. Erickson
Executive Producer
George R. Nelson
Set Designer
Ellen Mirojnick
Costume Designer
Michael Evje
Sound/Sound Designer
Joe Lombardi
Special Effects
Roland Tantin
Special Effects
Albert M. Shapiro
First Assistant Director
Mike Johnson
Stunts
Toni Basil
Choreography
C.O. Erickson
Production Manager
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