Friday, September 2, 2011

Scarface - Tony Montana Accessories You Can Actually Buy

Did you ever imagine yourself going for a walk wearing a tie or belt buckles with Tony Montana picture printed on its surface? May be a bit odd for most people, but apparently not for the big fan of Scarface. A number of Scarface-related apparel and accessories products sold on Amazon indicates that the character from Brian De Palma's 1983 film (remake of Howard Hawk's original 1932 film) still has a strong influence both culturally and commercially. For Tony Montana devotee, perhaps following products will reinforce your identification to that character - on the positive way I wish ..

Scarface Silk NeckTie

Scarface silk necktie

A standard length silk tie, 5.6 inches long and 4 inches wide at the bottom with black and white background with the infamous picture of Tony Montana (Al Pacino) wearing a suit standing and holding a gun to his side and "Scarface" word written in red. (Link)

Scarface Belt Buckle

Scarface belt buckle

Need an attention getter accessory? This unique belt buckle may be one of your choice .. (Link)

Scarface Black and White Airbrush Face T-Shirt

Scarface airbrush T-shirt

Scarface black t-shirt features Tony Montana airbrushed in black and white. 100% cotton. Officially Licensed. (Link)

Scarface Black and White Logo Button/Pin

Scarface pin

Make your jacket, backpacks, luggage more unique and easy to identify with this pin. Great way to express your taste. (Link)

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Two Bits (1995), as Gitano Sabatoni

Two Bits (1995) movie poster

Two Bits was directed by James Foley and the screenplay writen by Joseph Stefano, and was released on November 22, 1995. The film's title "two bits" refers to the American slang term for a quarter dollar.

Two Bits storyline following the life of Gennaro Spirito, a 12-year old young boy from South Philly in summer day in 1933, where he lives with widowed mom Luisa Spirito, and his grandpa, Gitano.

His grandpa sits outside holding tight to his last quarter, which he's promised to Gennaro and which Gennaro would like to have to buy a ticket to the plush new movie theater. But grandpa's not ready to pass on the quarter or pass on to his final reward: he has some unfinished business with a woman from his past, and he enlists Gennaro to act as his emissary.

Al Pacino appeared in the film as a personal favor to director James Foley because he had a great time working with him on Glengarry Glen Ross (1992).


Al Pacino as Gitano Sabatoni
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio as Luisa Spirito
Jerry Barone as Gennaro Spirito
Andy Romano as Dr. Bruna
Patrick Borriello as Tullio
Donna Mitchell as Mrs. Bruna
Joe Grifasi as Uncle Joe
Mary Lou Rosato as Aunt Carmela
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