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Noun1.scarface - United States gangster who terrorized Chicago during prohibition until arrested for tax evasion (1899-1947)Scarface - United States gangster who terrorized Chicago during prohibition until arrested for tax evasion (1899-1947)
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[ˈskɑːfeɪs] N (as nickname) → caracortada mf
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JinnKid is also credited as actor, writer, and director for the short film titled "A Scarface Story", and the TV movie titled "A Scarface Story II".
As you'd expect from a man nicknamed 'Scarface', adapting to life in London holds no fears for him.
That's the order of operations that comes to mind when I think about my hometown of Miami's love-hate relationship with the notorious 1983 film Scarface -- the fictionalized story of Cuban rafter turned drug lord Tony Montana's spectacular rise and fall in Miami's 1980s cocaine heyday.
Michelle Pfeiffer as Elvira Hancock in 'Scarface' (Photograph from
A photo of him being wheeled through a hospital hall on a gurney by his bandmates, Willie D and Scarface, was used as the cover art for the group's 1991 second album, "We Can't Be Stopped," an LP that ultimately went platinum.
As a 17-year-old Freedom travelled to Antigua and started working for his uncle - who he described as "the scarface of the island"
Suspected drug pusher Kevin Ersando, alias Scarface, and Michael Erlinda Betcher, 45, were shot dead during a sting along J.
With a Vengeance." Oliver Stone wrote the screenplay and Brian De Palma dropped out of directing Flashdance to work on Scarface because he liked the script so much.
[U.S.A] Jun18 (ANI): Martin Bregman, the producer behind films like 'Scarface' and 'Dog Day Afternoon', died at the age of 92.
De Palma, who directed movie classics Carrie and Scarface, said he was planning a "horror film with a sexual aggressor, and the story will take place within the film industry".
reported how the dogs - named Don, Django, Brutus, Scarface, Savage and Queenie - were taken from a home in Partington Street, Castleton, Rochdale on Saturday night.