Category: Mafia Insider

Boston Mobster ‘Spucky’ Spagnolo Sprung From Prison, Back On The Scene In Beantown

Former acting boss of the New England mafia, Anthony (Spucky) Spagnolo was released from federal prison late last week after serving two years for extortion. The 75-year old Spagnolo collected thousands of dollars in protection money from Boston’s Constitution Vending and the Revere Moose Lodge, a local social club in the mob hotbed of suburban Revere,
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Hoffa’s Affairs Of The Heart Examined In Scorsese’s ‘Irishman’ Movie, Oscar Winner Anna Paquin On Board As Sheeran’s Daughter

Jimmy Hoffa’s love life will be addressed in Martin Scorsese’s heavily-anticipated mob “supergroup” movie The Irishman, currently filming and chronicling the relationship between the iconic slain labor union boss and east coast mafia hit man Frank (The Irishman) Sheeran. Hoffa’s been missing since the summer of 1975, a victim of a beef with his one-time
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Real-To-Reel: DeVito & Nicholson’s ‘Hoffa’ Film – What’s Fact, What’s Fiction In 1992 Biopic

Back in the early 1990s, Danny DeVito and Jack Nicholson told Jimmy Hoffa’s life story on the silver screen to a lukewarm response. The 1992 Christmas Day release of Hoffa by 20th Century Fox Studio was directed by DeVito – who also co-starred – and got Nicholson a Golden Globe Award nomination for his portrayal
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‘The Irishman’ Hoffa Movie Fills Tony Giacalone Role, Scorsese Selects Patrick Gallo To Play Notorious Detroit Street Boss

The man probably responsible for arranging the details of labor union leader Jimmy Hoffa’s kidnapping and murder, snarling, steely-eyed Detroit mafia captain Anthony (Tony Jack) Giacalone, will be played by little-known actor Patrick Gallo in The Irishman, Martin Scorsese’s much-anticipated gangster “supergroup” film currently in production on the east coast about the relationship between Hoffa and union enforcer and hit man Frank (The
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