Scarface


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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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scarface

[ˈskɑːfeɪs] N (as nickname) → caracortada mf
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Screencap of Scarface from the iconic 'Say hello to my little friend' scene, December 9, 2017 -- YouTube/Godlike CAIRO -- 9 December 2017: December 9 is the day "Scarface" was released in wide cinemas across the USA in 1983.
Scarface appeared to be easily over 500 pounds, so he was plenty big and would be a dream bear for me to arrow.
Sources say that though given that Scarface is, as one insider put it, "the holy grail of contemporary gangster movies," a certain amount of darkness would be necessary.
We're still dealing with immigration, we're still dealing with what would turn someone into Scarface.
When Brett Ratner was growing up in Miami Beach, he hung out on the set of Scarface.
The 109-year-old mansion used in Scarface has finally been sold for $12.
The Scarface star said: "I became more aware of myself.
His movie credits include The Godfather, Scent Of A Woman - which won him an Oscar - and Scarface.
the actor, who made his name in more than 40 films, including Scarface and The Godfather trilogy, is due in Glasgow as part of a tour celebrating his career.
And anyway, Scarface can come then too - if we go to the beach.
JIM DALY, the trainer of promising pup Scarface, who is owned by footballers Steve Morison and Grant Holt, berated Wimbledon's trial policy after his youngster took a tumble in a pre-racing trial at the track on Saturday.
However, Scarface online slot from games provider Net Entertainment is set to become a top performing game for the real money games site.