6 edition of Scarface found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||263|
|LC Control Number||48008179|
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Paul Monette's version of Scarface manages to have every single scene from the movie, while greatly expanding on the existing story elements. The novel goes into a lot of detail that the film couldn't, such as backstories for the significant characters and how Tony builds his drug trade business.5/5(9).
The book character Scarface ressembles a great deal more Al Capone's profile, a mobster building his empire by ilicit substances and alcohol during the Great Depression. Very interesting and definitively worth reading, though/5. Scarface, better known as Tony Montana. Tony, a Cuban refugee who has entered the United States to make a name for himself.
Tony had a rough start. Tony and many other fellows had been sent to a camp. He had made friends but his best friend, Manny. Manny had a plan to get both Tony and himself out of the camp. They had to kill a powerful Cuban figure/5. "Scarface: The Ultimate Guide" is a detailed and intelligent examination of the movie from its inception to release - and beyond.
The book feels fresh and is a great, fun and informative read. No doubt the release of this incredibly detailed, authoritative book is timed to the movie's 30th anniversary this year/5(64). Scarface - the protagonist, a young teenage boy pirate sailing out of Tortuga Pym, his mentor at sword play and of all things Bard.
Captain Jonathan Cheap, Scarface's guardian, who has always kept Scarface's share of the loot. Liza, the scullery maid and possibly someone who knows about Scarface's /5(13). So, this is the book Howard Hawks and Ben Hecht took to make their famous film, "Scarface".
Almost everybody's forgotten that this character's been created by this almost unknown novelist, Armitage Trail (real name: Maurice Coons). In this book, Tony is an immoral little gangster who survies an attack, which gives him a scar on the cheek/5(15).
Black Scarface II-The Rise of an American Kingpin-is the sequel to the Bestselling novel, “Black Scarface”. This powerful, realistic tale of money, power, respect, loyalty and love follows a young man’s journey to become a living legend, and the most prominent drug kingpin in U.S.
history/5(66). Scarface lays out a great picture of his life in this autobiography. The book is written as if Face is just having a real conversation with the reader.
I have been a huge fan of Scarface and The Geto Boys since The Diary dropped my freshman year in high /5().