Casino House of the Rising Sun

Casino House of the Rising Sun

Uma das cenas finais do filme Casino de 1995, dirigido pelo ilustríssimo Martin Scorsese, com roteiro escrito pelo mesmo com ajuda de Nicholas Pileggi, estrelado por: Robert De niro, Joe Pesci e a lindíssima Sharon Stone.
A música que toca ao fundo se chama House of the Rising Sun da banda The Animals e faz parte da trilha sonora do filme.

Eu não possuo nenhum direito sobre o filme e tampouco sobre a trilha sonora, todos os direitos e rendimentos pertencem a produtora Universal Pictures (ZEFR).
I do not own any rights to the film nor on the soundtrack, all rights and interests belonging to producer Universal Pictures (ZEFR). 600 ru

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  1. If they can't get to you they hope you will remain loyal and not become a rat, but they would kill you regardless.

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  2. I love how they used the real attorney

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  3. My favourite scene in the movie just fucking love it!!!

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  4. Goodfellas and casino are the best mob movies ever, I don’t understand why people like The Godfather better, I think these are a lot better and more accurate of how the mob was

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  5. At 2:51 please some one tell me wtf he got hit with. It's been a mystery to me for years

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  6. Never really understood why there's no blood when they shot Andy so many times. Wouldn't it be streaming out of the back of his head?

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  7. I got the damn the nun commercial

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  8. Classic Scorsese. One of the best sequences in his career.

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  9. What do they mean by another autopsy ?

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  10. "Look, why take a chance?" kind of what I ask myself a lot.

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  11. Mint condition? Alright!

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  12. Why take a chance?

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  13. Let's HBO about MTV …

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  14. god damn, sharon stone cant even play herself

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  15. Anyone know what that weapon is that he kills the guy with at 2:48?

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  16. 2:473:00.; Who was that who died, again & how did they kill him?…

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  17. DA BOSSES!

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  18. Casino is a very funny movie.

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  19. 3600 in mint condition coins. I just realized after seeing this for a the hundredth time that Nicky and his crew stole a bunch of mint condition coins years prior during their heists in Vegas.

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  20. I don't get it, how did they find him in Costa Rica? Thought he went into hiding?

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  21. jagoff

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  22. Where you goin jag-off???

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  23. gingers real name was gerri.. she really did die that way. in 1982..

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  24. Robert was always my favorite actor, but gained even more respect when he voiced his opinion on trump, thank god liberals have the better more educated actors on our side, rather than ted nugget or whatever the fuck his name is who shit his pants to get out of the draft LMFAO

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  25. Italians don't like any kind of witnesses

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  26. Fuggin mob hitmen. Shoot them in the head, then another 6 or 7 times after that to make sure they're really dead.

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  27. After watching the entire movie it looks like Reno never even aged

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  28. Amazing, five shots to the head and no blood spatter

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  29. Sheldon Adelson is so good in this scene

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  30. the same two guys did all the hits.

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  31. In 1976, George Jay Vandermark (John Nance) worked as the slot machines supervisor at the Stardust Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. On May 18, the Nevada Gaming Control Board staged an impromptu raid on the casino and uncovered an elaborate scheme which involved skimming over $7 million from the slot machines for the Mafia. Vandermark slipped out of the casino during the raid and eventually fled the city. He had lied to the Mafia about how much money he had been skimming from the machines and had kept $3 million for himself.

    Vandermark’s son, Jeff, was told by the Control Board that his father’s life was in danger, but they could offer him protection. Claiming his father was hiding in Mexico, Jeff agreed to contact his father and convince him to turn himself in. Weeks later, Jeff contacted investigators and claimed his father was willing to come forward and accept their offer. Later that day, Jeff Vandermark was found dead inside his apartment with a crushed skull. His murder has not been solved.

    George Jay Vandermark never returned to Las Vegas, but there were verified sightings of him living under an assumed name in Phoenix during the next few months. Sometime that summer, Vandermark vanished without a trace. Reports later surfaced that he had been murdered at his residence by mobsters, who subsequently buried him in the desert. However, no one has been officially charged with the crime, and Vandermark’s body has not been found.
    https://listverse.com/2015/07/19/10-unsolved-casino-mysteries/

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  32. most mob movies are flooded with real mobsters. once proabition stopped.as did the money. so chicago made a move in hollywood on film industry.. goodfellas also has the fat ass sitting on the table.during the introduction is louis Eppolito. a dirt bag who sits in prison now.

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  33. pure form of capitalism. but its a job do what you got to do

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  34. Glad that Ginger died.

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  35. I felt bad for Stoney.

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  36. Ginger died at the Nutel Motel — 1906 W. 3rd St. in Los Angeles….a shit hole in real life too

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  37. For everyone questioning the age of the hitmen, google "Frank The German Schweihs" He was known as being one of the most feared mob enforcers for the Outfit well into his old age.

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  38. I wonder though, what ever happened to the daughter? Where is she now?

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