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Sign In. Sharon Stone spent many long workdays in agony while filming scenes for this film. It was only after Rosenthal read that a movie would be adapted from the book by Martin Scorseseand that it would star Robert De Nirothat he became interested, because he loved Goodfellas and De Niro's performance in the film.

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Oscar Goodman Sam "Ace" Rothstein's attorney is a lawyer who defended several reputed mobsters with Las Vegas connections. An instrumental version plays during Ace and Ginger's wedding, and a vocal version is heard during the scene where Remo asks Marino if Nicky and Ginger are having sex, and also during the end of the final credits.

Martin Scorsese hired real parolees from that era as plot consultants, as well as various FBI agents who had busted said parolees. Martin Scorsese directed this movie in such a way that just about every scene Pasquale Cajano Remo is in, a bright spotlight shines down upon him, but no other cast members in the scene.

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Edit Casino Showing all items. The blackjack cheat who gets away with the "warning" and is credited as Winner in the closing credits is played by associate producer and first assistant director Joseph P.

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