Generally regarded to be the best - and most brutal - of the classic gangster films Scarface tells the story of orginised crime's pinch on the city of Chicago during prohibition. Paul Muni plays Tony Carmonte an ambitious hood with a Napoleonic urge to fight his way to number one gang boss. When the last of the old-style crime bosses is brutally slain down the finger is pointed at Tony and Johnny Loro a rival gangster. However Tony's desire to move up the ladder i
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. Generally regarded to be the best - and most brutal - of the classic gangster films, Scarface tells the story of orginised crime's pinch on the city of Chicago during prohibition. Paul Muni plays Tony Carmonte, an ambitious hood with a Napoleonic urge to fight his way to number one gang boss. When the last of the old-style crime bosses is brutally slain down, the finger is pointed at Tony and Johnny Loro, a rival gangster. However, Tony's desire to move up the ladder is about to put him in the firing line of his peers and the police. Produced and directed by the mercurial Howard Hawks, Scarface is the movie which established both Paul Muri and his coin flipping aide George Raft as major Hollywood stars. Actors Paul Muni, Ann Dvorak, Karen Morley, Osgood Perkins, C. Henry Gordon, George Raft, Vince Barnett, Boris Karloff, Purnell Pratt, Tully Marshall, Inez Palange & Edwin MaxwellDirector Howard HawksCertificate 15 years and overYear 1932Screen Fullscreen 4:3Languages English - Dolby Digital (1.0) MonoAdditional Languages German ; Italian ; Spanish ; RussianSubtitles Czech ; Danish ; Dutch ; English for the hearing impaired ; Finnish ; French ; German ; Hungarian ; Italian ; Norwegian ; Polish ; Spanish ; SwedishDuration 1 hour 29 minutes (approx)
Tony Carmonte (Paul Muni) is a ruthless mobster intent on building his empire in prohibition-era Chicago. Fighting off all opposition, he manages to climb to the top of the heap, but thanks to an obsession with his own kid sister, his success will prove shortlived. Produced by the legendary recluse Howard Hughes and directed by Hollywood great Howard Hawks, this is often regarded to be the best of the classic gangster films, setting the standard for all subsequent efforts. It was remade by Brian de Palma in 1983.