Mister Scarface

1976, R, 84 min. Directed by Fernando Di Leo. Starring Jack Palance, Al Cliver, Harry Baer, Gisela Hahn.

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Thu., March 29, 2001

This Seventies Italian crime film stars Jack Palance and is directed by Fernando Di Leo, whose stylishly violent Wipeout was screened by Quentin Tarantino during QT4. (For more on the Something Weird Wednesdays series see austinchronicle.com/issues/dispatch/2001-02-16/screens_feature.html.)

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Mister Scarface, Fernando Di Leo, Jack Palance, Al Cliver, Harry Baer, Gisela Hahn

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