Sunday Sauce The Sneaker / GODFATHER Gravy Bellino
Sunday Sauce The Sneaker, inspired by Clemenza showing Michael Corleone (AL Pacino) how to make Sauce for a bunch of Guys (Mobsters) ... These Limited Edition "One of a Kind" Sneakers were created by Bellino from the art work from his BEst Selling Italian Cookbook about Sunday Sauce Italian-American Gravy with Sausages, Meatballs, & Braciole. These fabulous looking sneakers are sure to please any and all fans of The Godfather Movie by the great Italian American Director Francis Ford Coppola, or fans of the great Italian-American actor from da Bronx New York, the one and only AL Pacino. This is a limited edition run. If you want a pair, act soon. Get a pair for yourself, or give as a most amazing Gift. Gift Ideas : Christmas, Birthdays and all occasions.
"He took My Thumb Charlie !!! I didn't want to Give The Poor Bastard Up but It was My Life Man!!!!"In an Italian neighborhood of Greenwich Village, cousins Charlie, a maître d' with aspirations of someday owning his own restaurant, and Paulie, a schemer who works as a waiter, have expensive tastes but not much money. Paulie gets caught skimming checks, and he and Charlie are both fired. Now out of work and in debt, Charlie must find another way to pay his alimony, support his pregnant girlfriend Diane, and try to buy a restaurant.Paulie comes to Charlie with a "can't-miss" robbery, involving a large amount of cash in the safe of a local business. Charlie reluctantly agrees to participate, and they manage to crack the safe with help from an accomplice, Barney, a clock repairman and locksmith. But things go sour, resulting in the accidental death of police officer Bunky Ritter, who had been secretly taping "Bed Bug" Eddie Grant. Charlie soon learns that the money they stole belongs to Eddie.The mob figures out that Paulie is involved, and not even his Uncle Pete, part of Eddie's crew, can help him. One of Paulie's thumbs is severed as punishment.Diane leaves Charlie and takes his money to support their unborn child, while Paulie is forced to work as a waiter for Eddie. He gives the mob Barney's name but initially refuses to identify Charlie as the third man involved. However, under pressure, he is forced to rat on his cousin. Barney leaves town and Charlie mails him his cut of the loot. And when Charlie makes $20,000 on a horse, things begin to look up.Charlie prepares for a showdown with Eddie, armed with a copy of the tape that the police officer made. But at the last moment, Paulie puts lye in Eddie's coffee. Then he and Charlie casually walk away from Greenwich Village.
Mickey Rourke as Charlie Eric Roberts as Paulie Daryl Hannah as Diane
Kenneth McMillan as Barney Burt Young as Eddie Grant Jack Kehoe as Walter "Bunky" Ritter Geraldine Page as Mrs. Ritter
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