Once Upon a Time in America (1984)
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Once Upon a Time in America (1984)


Genre
:
Drama | Crime
Rating
:
8.4 / 10
Release Date
:
23 May 1984
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
3 : 49 minutes
Spoken Language
:
English, Fran├žais, Italiano
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
A former Prohibition-era Jewish gangster returns to the Lower East Side of Manhattan over thirty years later, where he once again must confront the ghosts and regrets of his old life.

Cast Overview :

David 'Noodles' Aaronson
by: Robert De Niro
Maximilian 'Max' Bercovicz
by: James Woods
Deborah Gelly
by: Elizabeth McGovern
Frankie Minaldi
by: Joe Pesci
Joe
by: Burt Young
Carol
by: Tuesday Weld
James Conway O'Donnell
by: Treat Williams
Police Chief Vincent Aiello
by: Danny Aiello
Chicken Joe
by: Richard Bright
Patrick 'Patsy' Goldberg
by: James Hayden
Philip 'Cockeye' Stein
by: William Forsythe
Eve
by: Darlanne Fluegel
'Fat' Moe Gelly
by: Larry Rapp
Woman in the Puppet Theatre
by: Olga Karlatos
Beefy
by: Frank Gio
Young Deborah
by: Jennifer Connelly
Young Noodles
by: Scott Schutzman Tiler
Young Max / David Bailey
by: Rusty Jacobs
Young Patsy
by: Brian Bloom
Young 'Fat' Moe Gelly
by: Mike Monetti
Young Cockeye
by: Adrian Curran
Young Peggy
by: Julie Cohen
Dominic
by: Noah Moazezi
Bugsy
by: James Russo
Al Capuano
by: Clem Caserta
Fred Capuano
by: Frank Sisto
Johnny Capuano
by: Jerry Strivelli
Irving Gold
by: Mike Gendel
Friend of Young Deborah
by: Sandra Solberg
Young Deborah (Double)
by: Margherita Pace
Cemetery Director (uncredited)
by: Louise Fletcher
Monkey
by: Paul Herman
Thug
by: Bruno Iannone
Man in Puppet Theathre
by: Bruno Bilotta
Trigger
by: Ray Dittrich
Officer Whitey
by: Richard Foronjy
Mandy
by: Mario Brega
Willie the Ape
by: Angelo Florio
Max's Mother
by: Marcia Jean Kurtz
Beefy Henchman
by: Salvatore Billa
Crowning
by: Gerard Murphy
Bugsy's Henchman
by: Scott Coffey

Member Reviews :

Stereotypical Sergio Leone film with endless waitings and sight crossings. One of the performances that made Robert de Niro de actor he is and an interesting way of telling a story and the evolution of America during the years of the alcohol prohibition.
  Andres Gomez