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Tony Lo Bianco

Tony Lo Bianco


Birthdate: October 19, 1936

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Tony Lo Bianco (born October 19, 1936) is an American actor in films and television. Lo Bianco was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of a taxi driver. He is known for his roles in the cult films The Honeymoon Killers, God Told Me To, and The French Connection. Lo Bianco was a Golden Gloves boxer and also founded the Triangle Theatre in 1963, serving as its artistic directo... ...detailed bio

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Kill the Irishman (2011)

The film is a biopic of the Irish-American mob boss and FBI informant Danny Greene, who shot his way to the top of Cleveland's criminal underworld during the late 1970s.
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Frame of Mind (2009)

Frame of Mind is an American movie about the John F. Kennedy assassination. The film stars Carl T. Evans – who also directed the film – along with Chris Noth, Eric Michael Espiritu, and Tony Lo Bianco. Peter Criss, former drummer for the rock band Kiss, also appears in the movie.
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Last Request (2006)

Pop's last request is for his sons to continue the family name. When his brother dies trying, Jeff leaves the seminary and encounters crazy women and odd ball characters.
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The Engagement Ring (2005)

A long-lost engagement ring still divides childhood sweethearts who are now in their golden years. Now, her daughter (Heaton) and his nephew meet and find that their attraction is hindered by the old feud.
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The Day the Ponies Come Back (2001)

The Day the Ponies Come Back is a 2000 film directed by Jerry Schatzberg.
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Friends & Family (2001)

Friends & Family is a 2001 gay-themed comedy film. Stephen Torcelli lives with his partner Danny Russo in New York City. When Stephen's parents call to announce a surprise visit for his father's birthday, Stephen and Danny scramble to conceal their double lives. The Torcellis already know that St...
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Rocky Marciano (1999)

The film shows Rocco's childhood through his fight with his hero Joe Louis. After the Louis fight it flashes forward to his post career, leading up to his death in a 1969 plane crash.
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Jane Austen's Mafia! (1998)

Like The Godfather: Part II, the narrative of Mafia! consists of a series of flashbacks interwoven with the main plot. Tony is the son of a prominent Mafia don, Vincenzo Armani Windbreaker Cortino. As the film opens, Tony introduces the main thread when he exits a Vegas casino and walks to his ca...
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The Juror (1996)

Annie Laird (Demi Moore) is a sculptor who lives in New York with her son Oliver (Joseph Gordon-Levitt); she works a day job as a data entry clerk. Annie is selected to be a juror in the trial of mob boss Louie Boffano (Tony Lo Bianco), who is accused of ordering the murder of Salvatore Riggio, a...
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Sworn to Justice (1996)

Expert witness/psychologist secretly stalks her family's killers using E.S.P. While still under investigation by the police detective on the case, she falls in love with an attorney she comes to believe can lead her to the guilty parties
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Boiling Point (1993)

This film opens with police officer Jimmy Mercer (Wesley Snipes) and his partner (Dan Hedaya) doing some undercover work, when Mercer's partner is shot and killed by a new man, Ronnie (Viggo Mortensen) that criminal Red Diamond (Dennis Hopper) pulled out of jail. Now on a snap of anger and though...
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City of Hope (1991)

The film tells the story of Nick Rinaldi (Vincent Spano), who has spent his life in one New Jersey city, getting a free ride from his well-connected father (Tony LoBianco) and hearing the locals talk of his brother's death in Vietnam. He's usually high on drink and drugs. As Rinaldi searches for ...
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Blood Ties (1986)

Blood Ties, also known as Il cugino americano, which translates from the Italian as The American Cousin, is a 1986 Italian-American TV movie directed by Giacomo Battiato. It was shown at the 43rd Venice International Film Festival, where it was awarded as best television production. The film is ...
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Too Scared to Scream (1985)

Too Scared to Scream (also known as The Doorman) is a 1985 Independent Film/Thriller/Horror movie. It was directed by Tony Lo Bianco. Starring Mike Connors (who also produced), Anne Archer and Ian McShane, it revolves around a string of deaths that occur in a high rise apartment building in New Y...
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City Heat (1984)

In an unnamed U.S. city near the end of Prohibition in the United States|Prohibition, a police lieutenant known by his last name, Speer (Eastwood), is acquainted with a former cop turned private eye named Mike Murphy (Reynolds). Speer and Murphy were once good friends, which changed after Murphy ...
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Separate Ways (1981)

A wife unhappy in her marriage begins an affair with an art student, unaware that her husband, a race driver, is also having an affair.
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F.I.S.T. (1978)

At a loading dock in Cleveland, Ohio in 1937, a supervisor Mr. Gant welcomes a new worker, Lincoln Dombrowsky (Frank McRae). Gant tells him the job requirements and pay rules. He'll be paid for working 8 hours and if he has to work overtime, he still gets paid only for 8 hours. If he drops any of...
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Bloodbrothers (1978)

Set in a working class community, it tells the story of the De Coco family, a family of construction workers. Louis is the head of the family with three sons, but one, Stoney (Richard Gere) wants to be a teacher, not a hardhat. Then he accepts a job as a recreational assistant at a children's war...
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Jesus of Nazareth (1977)

Passion, beauty, and brilliant storytelling are all on display in this six-hour-plus epic from Italian director Franco Zeffirelli. Robert Powell is superb in the title role, and with the overwhelming success of this TV movie throughout the world, has perhaps become what Jesus looks like in many p...
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God Told Me To (1976)

In New York City, a sniper perched on a water tower opens fire on the crowded streets below, killing fifteen pedestrians. Peter Nicholas (Tony LoBianco), a Catholic NYPD detective, arrives at the scene and approaches the sniper as police officers surround the building. Before jumping to his death...