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Goodfellas, Movie, 1990 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Drei Jahrzehnte in der Mafia (Germany)
  • Uno de los nuestros (Spain)
  • Les affranchis (France)
  • Quei bravi ragazzi (Italy)
  • Chlopcy z ferajny (Poland)

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mayorbill11 CA

2006-07-07 10:48

DeNiro's character had a Buick LeSabre similar to the 1981 on this page, but it was a coupe. it was in the same scene as the 77 tbird.

actually, you can see part of the tail light in the pic for the 1976 Volvo 242

-- Last edit: 2006-07-07 10:49:13

yvon52 BE

2006-07-11 01:17

Did you see this car in this movie?

See this E-Bay!!!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Cadillac-Eldorado-Collectors-Biarritz.....



-- Last edit: 2006-07-11 11:44:47 (antp)

mayorbill11 CA

2006-08-09 02:57

i vaguely remember an eldorado, in one scene in front of a house. maybe.

Benzilla US

2006-10-10 09:17

The one in front of Tommy's mother's house was a Cotillion white 1979 Eldorado Biarritz.

sixcyl FR

2007-02-18 19:13

Very good journey through another mafia's story by the Master of this genre : M.Scorcese...
I add quite a lot of missing cars ...there are many in this film...

Aircrafts in this film at:
http://www.impdb.org/index.php?title=Goodfellas

-- Last edit: 2010-12-27 18:33:46

philr CA

2007-02-19 06:27

mayorbill11 wrote DeNiro's character had a Buick LeSabre similar to the 1981 on this page, but it was a coupe. it was in the same scene as the 77 tbird.


The LeSabre was a 1977. I think the grille was visible in the movie (it isn't in the pictures that were provided) Anyway, I don't think these weelcovers were available in 1978-79.

G-MANN UK

2007-07-30 20:58

sixcyl, where did you get your captures from, a DVD?

antp BE

2007-07-31 00:04

It looks like it was the case, as picture quality seems good (and I think that usually Sixcyl is making only captures from DVDs)

G-MANN UK

2007-07-31 14:51

I've just bought the DVD (UK Region 2 Special Edition) and I've compared captures from it to sixcyl's images, and mine are actually better, so I'd like to redo the page, it's one of my favourite films and I've seen it many times. I also think there's a few cars in the film sixcyl may have left out (I knew there's loads of cars on this page already) and I'd like the replace the original images that Mozinor posted ages ago, I've never liked that split screen method, I think it looks much better to show an unaltered frame of film as the main image with more pictures in thumbnails in the comments.

-- Last edit: 2007-07-31 14:52:17

G-MANN UK

2007-08-02 17:38

I've now updated the page with higher quality captures and added some new vehicles. However there's a few background vehicles on this page that are somewhat gratuitous and I think ought to be the deleted.

These are:

1964 Buick Skylark (it already appears in the image for the Chrysler New Yorker)
1965 Buick Skylark
1971 Buick Skylark
1957 Buick Special
1955 Buick Super
1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS
1977 Chevrolet Caprice
1978 Chevrolet Chevy Van (who cares about background vans?)
1958 Chevrolet Impala (it's blurry and passing by)
1963 Chevrolet Impala
1949 Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe (it already appears in another car image)
1961 Chrysler 300 G (already appears in the image for the 1960 Cadillac)
Datsun 210 Coupe (already appears in the image for the 1979 Ford Mustang)
1946 Dodge (already appears in the image for the 1951 Mercury)
1976 Dodge Aspen (I don't like these out-of-window shots)
1976 Ford F-Series (already appears in one of the thumbnails I posted for the 1968 Pontiac Grand Prix)
1973 GMC C-Series
International Harvester S-Series (another out-of-window shot, probably one of the ones that should be deleted the most)1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass
1966 Plymouth Fury (just a passing by car)
1982 Plymouth Grand Fury (already appears in the image for the 1979 Ford Mustang)
1978 Pontiac Grand Prix
1967 Pontiac LeMans
1973 Volkswagen 1303 (there's plenty of Beetles on this site already)

Alright maybe we shouldn't delete ALL of them, but I definetely think some of them should go.

-- Last edit: 2007-08-02 17:42:30

antp BE

2007-08-02 18:08

I agree that some are too much background... (as usual with images added by Sixcyl :D)
But some of that list are still acceptable

-- Last edit: 2007-08-02 18:08:31

G-MANN UK

2007-08-02 18:17

Which ones should stay and which should go?

antp BE

2007-08-02 23:06

Those with cropped picture that try to make like if they were closer/bigger :D (Chevy Van) Or the truck less visible than the table.
For some others that are not very well visible, maybe they can be regrouped if they look similar despite having 1 or 2 years of difference, or a different body style.

-- Last edit: 2007-08-02 23:06:41

antp BE

2007-08-18 17:04

Among those that you deleted, these two were not too background I think:

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G-MANN UK

2007-08-19 02:11

The red car already appears in another image so no point posting that same image again. And the white truck is nothing special.

-- Last edit: 2007-08-19 02:13:42

antp BE

2007-08-19 23:04

Nothing special but well visible.

Teri US

2007-09-02 23:34

There was an amusing anachronism where Ray Liotta and Joe Pesci were standing in front of a 1965 Impala outside a diner, but it was supposed to be 1963.

G-MANN UK

2008-10-24 19:36

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jettalover US

2010-08-13 05:38

"Go home and get your fuckin' shine box!" :lol:

jpts AU

2015-03-09 09:15

The film also deals with the Lucchese Mob's involvement in the Lufthansa Heist that occurred at the Lufthansa Cargo Terminal Building 261 at John F Kennedy International Airport in the early hours of the 11th December 1978.

The robbery netted the gang $5.875 million (or $24 million in today's value) of which $5 million were in cash and $875,000 were in jewellery.

After the heist, a number of those who took part in the heist or were involved in the planning as well their associates were murdered in which nine these were murdered by Burke as part of Burke's "Witness Elimination Program" while another four were murdered in matters unrelated to the heist:

Parnell Edwards - Known as Stacks Edwards; Burke's African-American associate, blues musician and skilled credit card thief, was the getaway driver for the heist and was meant to drive the getaway van to New Jersey where it was to be disposed at a junkyard owned by a Lucchese associate and instead, left the van in a "No Parking" zone next to a fire hydrant and went to his girlfriend's apartment and got high, shot by Tommy DeSimone and Angelo Sepe in the bedroom of his girlfriend's apartment in South Ozone Park, Queens on the morning of the 18th December 1978.

Martin Krugman - Known as Bug Eyes; Russian-Jewish wig shop and hair salon owner and bookmaker, was Burke's informant for the heist and had been pestering Burke about the share of the loot, believing that he was going to talk to the FBI, disappeared on the night of the 4th January 1979.

It was believed that on the night of Krugman's disappearance, Krugman was lured to a fence factory owned by the Lucchese Capo; Vincent Asaro on Rockaway Boulevard in Jamaica, Queens where he angrily demanded his share of the proceeds (about $500,000) and was strangled a garrote by Burke before being dismembered and was believed to buried under the Robert's Lounge Bar.

His body was never found.

Thomas DeSimone - Known as Tommy; associate of Burke and Hill, was known for having violent temper and had taken part in the 1967 Air France robbery, disappeared on the 14th January 1979.

It was believed that DeSimone was lured to an address where he was shot and killed by members of the Gambino Mob in retaliation for the murders of Gambino made men; William Bentvena and Ronald Jerothe.

Richard Eaton - Florida associate of Monteleone and Ferrara and con-man, while not being involved in the heist, was meant to launder the proceeds, instead, had absconded with $1/4 million through a fake cocaine scam while being laundered, strangled by Burke at Gravesend, Brooklyn on the 17th January 1979,

Eaton's body was found hog-tied in the back of a freezer truck trailer parked on a side street, Burke was later convicted of Eaton's murder in 1985 and was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment where he died while serving his sentence.

Theresa Ferrara - Cosmetologist, part-time cocaine dealer, DeSimone's mistress and associate of Monteleone and Eaton, had been involved in the fake cocaine scam with Eaton and Monteleone, disappeared on the 10th February 1979.

Her dismembered body was found floating in the Barnegat Inlet near the Toms River in New Jersey on the 18th May 1979, it is believed that Ferrara was talking to the FBI and on the night of her disappearance, she was lured to a restaurant where she promised a payment of $10,000.

Louis Cafora - Known as Lou Cafora, Fat Louie and the Whale; Brooklyn Parking Lot owner, robber and Burke's former cellmate, was contracted by Burke to launder the proceeds from the heist but instead spent the proceeds on his lifestyle, including buying a custom pink Cadillac Fleetwood for his wife and driving it to a gang meeting near the scene, disappeared with his wife on the 8th March 1979.

His body was never found.

Joanna Cafora - The wife of Lou Cafora, had knowledge of her husband's activities with the gang, disappeared with her husband.

Her body was never found.

Thomas Monteleone - Known as Tom Monteleone; Florida restaurateur, Italian-Canadian mobster and associate of Eaton and Ferrara, owned the hangout for Burke and his gang; the Player's Club, was involved with Eaton and Ferrara with the fake cocaine scam while laundering the money from the heist, shot on the 22nd March 1979 at Hartford, Connecticut.

Joseph Manri - Known as Joe Manri and Buddha; Night-shift cargo supervisor for Air France at JFK, was Burke's inside man and help with the planning of the heist, shot on the night of the 15th May 1979 with McMahon.

It was believed that McMahon was offered witness protection in exchange for turning state's evidence but refused.

His body was found with McMahon's body in a park car.

Robert McMahon - Night-shift supervisor for Air France at JFK and Henry Hill's associate, was the original inside man for the 1967 Air France Robbery and was suspected of helping Manri in planning the heist, shot with Manri as a precaution on the night of the 15th May 1979.

His body was also found in the car with Manri.

Paolo LiCastri - Sicilian-born illegal immigrant, Pizza Connection drug trafficker and associate of the Gambino Mob, was the liaison between the Gambino Mob and the robbers to ensure that the Gambinos received their $200,000 share from the heist since the heist occurred in the Gambino Mob's Territory, shot on the 13th June 1979 to prevent the Gambino Mob from getting their share of the proceeds from the heist.

His body was found on a burning trash heap at a deserted flatland known as "The Pit" in Brooklyn.

Angelo Sepe - Member of the Lucchese Mob and associate of DeSimone and Burke, had committed most of the murders in Burke's "Witness Elimination Program" of 1978-79 and was suspected of stealing money and drugs from a drug trafficker associated with the Lucchese Mob, shot with his girlfriend by members of a Lucchese hit squad on the 18th July 1984.

Joanna Lombardo - Sepe's 19-year-old girlfriend, shot with Sepe to eliminate a witness.

Frank Burke - Burke's son, Lucchese Mob associate and drug dealer, was named as a "stick-up man" for the heist, shot by his drug dealer; Tito Ortiz outside a apartment building in Cypress Hill, Brooklyn in the early hours of the 18th May 1987.

Ortiz was later convicted of Burke's murder, it was believed that Ortiz shot Burke over a fraudulent drug deal after Burke sold cocaine cut with flour to Ortiz.

-- Last edit: 2021-09-28 07:40:01

jpts AU

2015-03-10 14:31

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Lateef NO

2017-09-13 23:29

RIP Frank Vincent :(

McAfee CA

2017-11-21 19:42

They released 4k blu ray (if someone wants to update it to higher quality and submit missing timecodes).

devilscalling CA

2017-12-25 23:44

The scene where ray comes out of prison his wife is standing beside a black 2 door. I don't see it here?

moff

2018-05-26 11:40

devilscalling wrote The scene where ray comes out of prison his wife is standing beside a black 2 door. I don't see it here?

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taco US

2022-05-26 19:29

Lateef wrote RIP Frank Vincent :(


And now R.I.P. Ray Liotta :(

Lateef NO

2022-05-26 19:37

:wow:

s13a LT

2022-05-26 21:13

Genuinely unexpected. What a sad loss :(

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