Inside the Mafia

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Released 1959

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Inside the Mafia

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Director:
Edward L. Cahn
Released:
1959
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Inside the Mafia is a crime/drama movie inspired by the infamous Appalachian, New York Mafia summit. Inside the Mafia was directed by Edward L. Cahn. The movie gives you a gritty, in-depth look at the lives of those involved with the Italian Mafia in New York circa 1957. Inside the Mafia revolves around deported Mafia member, Johnny Lucero (Grant Richards), who attempts to quietly revisit the United States to attend a Mafia convention. However, despite Lucero spending time away from the states, his enemies have not forgotten him. His once united syndicate has broken up into two factions, one led by Dan Regent (Edward Platt) and the other led by Tony Ledo (Cameron Mitchell), and competition is heating up. Lucero's rivals plan on murdering him when his plane lands, and wind up failing. As a result of this, Lucero unleashes his fury upon his rivals in an attempt to exact revenge.

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