Mardik Martin


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Mean Streets (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Do Anything Junior Little Italy mafia collection man Charlie (Harvey Keitel) visits with restauranteur Oscar (Murray Mosten) then seeks counsel from his gangster uncle (Cesare Danova) in Martin Scorsese's Mean Streets. 1973.
Mean Streets (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Thanks A Lot Johnny Boy (Robert DeNiro) checks his pants at the door as he brings two girls from Greenwich Village into the bar to meet Tony (David Proval) and Charlie (Harvey Keitel) in Martin Scorsese's Mean Streets, 1973.
Mean Streets (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Little Italy The environs of Little Italy are introduced along with Tony (David Proval), Johnny Boy (Robert DeNiro), Michael (Richard Romanus) and Charlie (Harvey Keitel) in Martin Scorsese's Mean Streets, 1973.
Mean Streets (1973) -- (Movie Clip) It's A Business Johnny (Robert DeNiro) has trouble following as Tony (David Proval) tries to give Charlie (Harvey Keitel) some tips about being a gangster, while shooting pool in Martin Scorsese's Mean Streets, 1973.
Mean Streets (1973) -- (Movie Clip) I Like You Charlie (Harvey Keitel) and girlfriend Teresa (Amy Robinson) discussing various likes and dislikes in a scene shot on Staten Island from Martin Scorsese's Mean Streets, 1973.
New York, New York (1977) -- (Movie Clip) Was He Disturbing You? Martin Scorsese's staging of a VJ Day party in Manhattan, Laszlo Kovacs' camera, Jimmy Doyle (Robert DeNiro) on the make and Francine (Liza Minnelli) not biting, early in New York, New York, 1977.
ItalianAmerican (1974) -- (Movie Clip) Kid Stuff Conversation following recounting of their long delayed honeymoon in Italy, the director's parents Charles and Catherine remembering the Little Italy of their childhood, in Martin Scorsese's ItalianAmerican, 1974.
ItalianAmerican (1974) -- (Movie Clip) How I Make The Sauce Director Martin Scorsese's opening, his parents Charles and Catherine introduced, talking about tomato sauce and families, from ItalianAmerican, 1974.
Valentino (1977) -- (Movie Clip) The Pain Is Too Great! Alla Nazimova (Leslie Caron) steals the show and then some, fainting at the coffin of the dead star, in Ken Russell's Valentino, 1977.
Valentino (1977) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Tickled Pink Opening credits with some real footage, then well-staged bedlam and Rudolph Nureyev playing dead, the opening of Ken Russell's Valentino, 1977, co-starring Leslie Caron.