PG-13 | | Comedy, Crime
An all too uptight FBI agent must protect a larger than life mobster with a heart of gold, currently under witness protection in the suburbs.
Henry Hill was not happy that the film was made because he knew that it was loosely based on his life story.
Clerk at Supermarket:
Hello sir, would you like to try a vanilla-bran oat crunchy?
Vincent 'Vinnie' Antonelli: What do you think?
The FBI agent asking Vinnie for his social insurance number would have never happened because the Witness Protection Program would have provided him a new one.
Warner dubbed the line "f--k you", as said by Steve Martin whilst shopping, for all PG-rated British versions, so that it became "up yours". The stronger version has, however, been shown on network TV in the UK, on Channel 5. The original obscenity was restored in the 2008 12-rated DVD.
$6,207,092 19 August 1990
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