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Name:St Valentines Day Massacre (Roger Corman, 1967) RePoPo

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St. Valentine's Day Massacre (Roger Corman, 1967)

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General Information
Type.................: Movie
Container file.......: MP4
Video Format.........: MPEG-4 AVC
Total Bitrate........: 2009Kbps
Audio format.........: AAC
Audio Languages......: English 2.0
Subtitles Ripped.....: English, Spanish
Resolution...........: 704x304 (2.35:1)
Color................: Color
FPS..................: 23.976
Source...............: Anamorphic DVD
Duration.............: 01:39:52
Original Format......: NTSC DVD
Genre................: Action, Crime, Gangster
IMDb Rating..........: 6.4
Movie Information....:
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ORIGINAL TITLE: The St. Valentine's Day Massacre
YEAR: 1967
RUNNING TIME: 100 min.
COUNTRY: [United States]
DIRECTOR: Roger Corman
COMPOSER: Fred Steiner
CAST: Jason Robards, Jr. - Al "Scarface" Capone
George Segal - Peter Gusenberg
Ralph Meeker - George "Bugs" Moran
Jean Hale - Myrtle Nelson
Clint Ritchie - "Machinegun Jack" McGurn
Frank Silvera - Nicholas Sorello
Richard Bakalyan - Senlisi
David Canary - Frank Gusenberg
Bruce Dern - John May
Harold J. Stone - Frank "The Enforcer" Nitti
Kurt Kreuger - James Clark
Paul H. Frees - Narrator
Paul Richards - Charles Fischetti
Joe Turkel - Gusik
Milton Frome - Adam Heyer
Mickey Deems - Reinhart Schwimmer
John Agar - Dion O'Bannion
Celia Lovsky - Josephine Schwimmer
Tom Reese - Ted Newberry
Jan Merlin - Willie Marks
Reed Hadley - Earl "Hymie" Weiss
Gus Trikonis - Rio
Charles Dierkop - Salvanti
Tom Signorelli - Bobo Borotto
Alex Rocco - Diamond
Leo Gordon - Heitler
Dan Ades - Little Jerry Molina
Nick Borgani - Capone's Board Member
Joseph Campanella - Al Wienshank
Mary Grace Canfield - Mrs. Doody
Rico Cattani - Albert Anselmi
Alex D'Arcy - Joey Aiello
Barboura Morris - Jeanette Landsman
Jack Nicholson - Gino
Ken Scott - Policeman
Joan Shawlee - Edna


Chicago February 14th 1929. Al Capone finally establishes himself as the city's
boss of organised crime. In a north-side garage his hoods, dressed as policemen,
surprise and mow down with machine-guns the key members of Bugs Moran's rival
gang. The film traces the history of the incident, and the lives affected and in
some cases ended by it. Written by Jeremy Perkins {[email protected]}


* Orson Welles was originally picked by director Roger Corman to play Al
Capone, while Jason Robards was to play "Bugs" Moran. Welles was willing, but
Fox vetoed the deal, feeling Welles was "undirectable". Robards took over the
role of Capone and Ralph Meeker was brought in to play Moran.

* More squib charges were used in this film than in the three-hour war epic
The Longest Day (1962).

* The film came in at $200,000 under budget because Corman reused sets from
other movies, including a mansion which served as Capone's home (even though in
reality he lived in a modest brick home in a working-class neighborhood).

* The set used as a brothel also served the same function in Fox's The Sand
Pebbles (1966)

* Jack Nicholson was to play the Bruce Dern character, but instead shows up
in a bit part as a henchman, loading garlic-soaked bullets into a Tommy gun
(Nicholson was still paid for all seven weeks of the shoot.)

* For the massacre scene in the garage, the actors playing the slain
gangsters were shown photos and directed as how to fall so their positions were
identical to the real photos of the massacre. Two actors bumped together on the
way down. After studying photographs they realized they had fallen and collided
in the exact way the slain gangsters had fallen and had landed in the correct

* The real garage where the massacre took place (2122 N. Clark St, Chicago)
was torn down three months after the movie was released.

* Average Shot Length = ~9.2 seconds. Median Shot Length = ~8.4 seconds.

* When "Bugs" Moran is leaving his hotel, just before the massacre, the
clerk stops him and says "You have a call from a Mister Bernstien in Detroit".
"Bernstien" was the last name of the four brothers-Abe, Joe, Ray, and Izzy-who
ran Detroit's notorious "Purple Gang". Both Moran and Al Capone used the
Bernstiens to get liquor shipments from Canada. This fact is evident later when
Moran complains to his bodyguards about Bernstien jacking up the price.

* Although most of the facts in the film are mostly close to the truth, the
only real deviation comes in the fate of Joe Aiello. While the movie does
accurately portray Aiello aligning himself with Moran and conspiring to kill
Mafia chieftain "Patsy" Lolardo, he was not killed personally by Al Capone on a
train (Though Capone was known to personally kill when seized by a fit of
personal rage). As shown in the film, Aiello, knowing he was marked for death by
Capone, did arrange to have a cousin purchase a train ticket for him at the last
minute so that he could skip town. However, he was killed by machine gunners
from an apartment window opposite his apartment building as he was leaving to
catch the train on October 23rd, 1930: A year and nine months after the
massacre, not before.

* At the beginning of the movie when Peter Gusenberg (George Segal) asks the
barkeep where he's getting his beer from, the barkeep answers "A fellow named
Slausen." to which Gusenberg replies "Slausen? The only Slausen I know works for
Caponi, Al Caponi." Believe it or not, Gusenberg's pronunciation of Capone's
name is in fact a source of debate amongst historians. Though he's known as
"Capone" with an "E", early arrest sheets and Chicago tribune stories listed
Capone's name as "Caponi" with an "I". However, the Chicago Tribune was known at
the time for their blatant spelling errors (like "clew" for "clue") and may be
responsible for this mis-conception of Capone's name.

* SPOILER: The movie's mostly historical accuracy also includes some of the
real words spoken by those involved in the massacre. Frank Gusenburg's dying
answer to the police officer's inquiry really was "Nobody shot me. Leave me
alone". "Bugs" Moran really did exclaim to a reporter "Only Al Capone kills like
that." To which Capone responded to the press: "Only Moran kills like that. I
mean, they don't call that guy "Bugs" for nothing!"


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