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1932 film directed by Howard Hawks, also known as Scarface, the Shame of the Nation

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  • Apr 18, 2011
Loved this film. Far better than the Al Pachino Scarface... at least in my opinion.
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review by . August 19, 2009
Scarface was a gangster film loosely based upon real life gangster Al Capone. The movie takes place during the height of prohibition, instead of drugs, the biggest money maker back in the day was Beer and hard alcohol. Yes, people were killing each other over bootleg kegs of beer. Paul Muni plays the lead, Tony Camonte an up and coming brutish street thug who'll do anything to get to the top.       Shot on a low budget and a tight filming schedule, the film has became a cinema …
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1932 film directed by Howard Hawks.

Was remade in 1983.

Produced by Howard Hughes.

Loosely based upon Al Capone.
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Director: Howard Hawks
Genre: Drama, Action, Adventure
Release Date: April 9, 1932
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Screen Writer: Ben Hecht
Runtime: 93 minutes
Studio: United Artists
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