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  • - Simpsons?

  • (laughing) Okay.

  • May have a problem with this one.

  • (jazz music)

  • Hi everyone, my name is Michael Franzese.

  • I'm a former capo in the Colombo crime family.

  • One of the five New York Mafia families.

  • And I spent over 20 years in that life.

  • And I'm here today to review some

  • iconic scenes from various mafia movies, TV shows,

  • so on and so forth.

  • But I think you'll find it very interesting.

  • - [Moe Greene] You think I'm skimming off the top, Mike?

  • - [Michael Corleone] You're unlucky.

  • - Michael Corleone, a very famous scene.

  • - You goddamn guineas really make me laugh.

  • - Guineas is a bad name for Italians.

  • Nobody wants to be called that when you're Italian.

  • Having said that to a guy in Michael Corleone's position,

  • wouldn't have worked.

  • He would have gotten hurt right there on the spot.

  • - I made my bones when you were going out with cheerleaders.

  • - I mean, he's insulting him left and right.

  • I mean, you just don't do that.

  • - Tom, you're the consigliere

  • and you can talk to the Don, you can explain...

  • - Just a minute now.

  • - Another thing in this scene, again Duvall played

  • this role brilliantly, but it was fictional

  • in "The Godfather", because the consigliere

  • is a real position.

  • You gotta take the oath and become a made member

  • in order to be consigliere.

  • Robert Duvall in this, he wasn't even Italian

  • and you can't become a made guy unless you're Italian.

  • - Mike, you don't come to Las Vegas

  • and talk to a man like Moe Greene like that!

  • - There's no way that Fredo would have told

  • Michael in real life,

  • "Hey, do you realize who you're talking to?"

  • When his brother is the mob boss.

  • I thought "The Godfather" was the greatest mob movie ever.

  • I really do.

  • I still feel that way.

  • But that scene was very unrealistic.

  • No doubt.

  • If I had to rate that scene, your realism

  • on a scale of one to five, that would be a one.

  • (thudding) (grunting)

  • It might even be a zero.

  • - I think in all fairness,

  • I should explain to you exactly what it is that I do.

  • For instance, tomorrow morning I'll get up nice and early.

  • Take a walk down over to the bank,

  • and walk in and see.

  • If you don't have my money for me

  • I'll crack your head wide open.

  • - I gotta tell ya, I've seen and heard,

  • and been around people that have done that.

  • What has surprised me here is

  • that Pesci didn't hit him right on the spot.

  • Just smack him right in the mouth.

  • Smack him around a little bit.

  • But he controlled himself pretty well.

  • - You people out of money and get away with it.

  • - You can't talk to me like that.

  • - Hey, you fat Irish prick, you put my money to sleep.

  • You go get my money or I'll put your brain to sleep.

  • - Joe Pesci without a doubt is the most realistic,

  • the greatest actor in a mob role ever.

  • He just lights it up.

  • I knew guys like him.

  • So, he's real.

  • He portrays a mob guy better than any mob guy that I knew.

  • I can tell you this, I guarantee that it's not

  • scripted in every way the way he says it.

  • He was part of that life (murmuring) grew up in it,

  • in a way, and he's got it down padded.

  • On a scale of one to five, I give this a five.

  • (thudding) (grunting)

  • Extremely realistic.

  • The only thing that was missing is he probably

  • would have hit him right on the spot.

  • At least smacked him once or twice.

  • Simpsons?

  • (laughing) Okay.

  • May have a problem with this one.

  • (laughing)

  • - I never saw The Simpsons - Hey, hey

  • - in my life honestly, but... - it's Fat Tony's crew.

  • - How's the big guy doing?

  • I sent flowers - You mean they even got

  • - but you probably didn't - the mob in

  • - The Simpsons Show? - get them.

  • - Wow. - You know florists.

  • (gulping)

  • - Krusty, Fat Tony hasn't received his weekly payment

  • for keeping McDonald's, and Burger King out of town.

  • - I'm a little short - Fat Tony,

  • - this week. - real character,

  • - Could I just pay - boss.

  • you five dollars to keep out Hardee's?

  • (pounding hands) (whacking)

  • - [Krusty] Ow, my schnoz, my puddim, my puppet.

  • My connectakazoink.

  • (grunting)

  • - That was pretty realistic.

  • You aren't getting away with paying $5 when you owe more.

  • I'll tell you that much.

  • On a scale of one to five, I rate this a five.

  • (thudding) (grunting)

  • Simpson's got it.

  • When you've got a debt on the street,

  • you don't get away with it.

  • You either run away or you never get away from it.

  • If it's juice money and you're collecting big

  • on it every week, you're gonna have to pay it off.

  • I never knew that the mob was involved

  • even with The Simpsons.

  • It was pretty cool.

  • - You definitely don't want a silencer.

  • You wanna make a lot of noise

  • to make the witnesses run away,

  • so they aint gonna be looking at you.

  • - You know, my view of "The Irishman" in general is that,

  • well-acted of course,

  • you got all the brilliant actors in there.

  • But it was unrealistic, the movie.

  • Well, I shouldn't say that.

  • It was really untrue.

  • Scorsese always makes great mob movies.

  • So the movie itself was brilliant.

  • I'll be honest with you.

  • Back in the day, we didn't look for using a silencer

  • for a certain reason.

  • We didn't wanna make noise so people would run away.

  • Never heard of anything like that.

  • I mean, you pick your weapon, and you use it, and that's it.

  • - The noise a .45 makes, cause that makes too much noise,

  • and a patrol car can hear it a few blocks away at least.

  • - Okay, the difference in noise between a .45,

  • and a lighter caliber, that's silly.

  • I mean, I don't know why

  • he would even say something like that.

  • You're gonna make noise, you're gonna make noise.

  • And back in the day, it was either a .32 or a shotgun.

  • Those were the two weapons that we used most of the time.

  • - [Frank] You never got a lot of advanced notice.

  • All you knew was your part of it.

  • - I will say now, what he's saying is true.

  • When you have a hit squad like that.

  • You try not to give too much information

  • to the people that are involved in it.

  • Really just the main guy knows everything.

  • The other guys are just coming along.

  • And you do that for security purposes.

  • You don't want the people with you knowing too much just

  • in case they did become an informant

  • at some point in time.

  • So this is realistic.

  • (laughing) (people chatting)

  • - [Child] Cake, cake, cake.

  • - [Male Actor] Not yet, not yet.

  • We haven't even done eating the meal yet,

  • and you want the cake, come on, you can't do that.

  • - [Child] Sorry.

  • (gun cracking) (screaming)

  • This is a bit personal to me.

  • Not that I had anything to do with the shooting, I didn't.

  • But this was my time, my family,

  • and I was very well-aware of what was going on at that time.

  • Because the family was on the brink of war.