Mobster News

Al Pacino Signed Scarface Movie Poster Goes on Sale

Love the film Scarface? Then check out this for a collectors item, a 30″ x 40″ movie poster signed by 11 of the cast. This movie poster has been personally hand signed by: Al Pacino (Tony Montana) Steven Bauer (Manny Ribera) Mark Margolis (Alberto The Shadow) Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio (Gina Montana) Robert Loggia (Frank Lopez) Geno Silva (The Skull) Pepe Serna (Angel) Caesar Cordova (Taco Stand Cook) Míriam Colon (Tony’s Mother) Ángel Salazar (Chi Chi)…

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Carlos Marcello Makes a Name for Himself as Fagin

Today marks the birthday of the Little Guy, The Tomato Salesman. The one time Godfather of New Orleans and the South, Carlos Marcello. When I first started digging into all of the New Orleans history I was of the mind that I wouldn’t focus too much on the Little Guy. I knew about him of course, knew the basic history and the more famous stories and was more than familiar with the JFK angle. I didn’t…


New Gotti Film Starring John Travolta Starts Filming July 25

Not only is filming set to start in just over a week, but you can also have the chance to be in the movie (we reveal more below). The much anticipated and talked about mob movie, called “The Life and Death of John Gotti“ which will star John Travolta as the Dapper Don, is just over a week away from shooting. However, it wont be filmed in the Big Apple, instead Cincinnati have got the…


Who Was Frankie Yale & How Did He Die?

Becoming the Brooklyn Boss Francesco Ioele also known as Uale and or Yale was born January 22nd 1893 in Italy. His family immigrated to New York around 1901. Yale was known as the forgotten boss, however he was undoubtedly a murderous leader. Like most gangsters, Yale got an early introduction to the world of crime, his future mentor John ‘Papa Johnny’ Torrio got him admitted to one of the dominate street gangs in lower Manhattan,…