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Rob the Mob (15-Mar-2014)

Director: Raymond De Felitta

Writer: Jonathan Fernandez

Keywords: Crime

A Queens couple making their trade robbing mob-run clubs inadvertently attract the attention of authorities in the process of setting up their biggest heist to date.

ABSTRACT
Based on a true story and featuring hit comedian Ray Romano in a rare relatively-dramatic role, Rob the Mob follows the saga of Tommy and Rosie, two lovers, pure-blooded New Yorkers, and career crooks whose mafia social club-robbing ways land them in jail after a failed heist of a florist on Valentine's Day. Attempting to go straight after their release from prison, the pair soon relapse into their old tendencies, drawn into a confrontation with mob bosses and federal authorities just as Sammy "The Bull" Gravano's landmark testimony against John Gotti looms large on the horizon.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Griffin Dunne
Actor
8-Jun-1955   An American Werewolf in London
Joseph R. Gannascoli
Actor
15-Feb-1959   Vito on The Sopranos
Andy Garcia
Actor
12-Apr-1956   Ocean's 11, The Godfather: Part III
Cathy Moriarty
Actor
29-Nov-1960   Raging Bull
Michael Pitt
Actor
10-Apr-1981   Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Michael Rispoli
Actor
21-Nov-1965   Jackie Aprile on The Sopranos
Ray Romano
Comic
21-Dec-1957   Everybody Loves Raymond
Aida Turturro
Actor
25-Sep-1962   Janice Soprano
Frank Whaley
Actor
20-Jul-1963   The Jimmy Show
Burt Young
Actor
30-Apr-1940   Paulie in Rocky

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