Compare the Casino movie to the Frank Rosenthal true story, including mobster Tony Spilotro and Geri Rosenthal. Watch real Frank Rosenthal video after the. What parts of the movie Casino are based on real life? The answer is, a hell of a lot. Discover the chilling true stories behind Martin Scorsese's. Robert De Niro, Sharon Stone, Joe Pesci, James Woods, Kevin Pollak, Don Rickles, Alan King, Frank Vincent. Of course, people who go to Vegas lose money, and people who deal with the mob, regret it. Die Dinge kommen ins Wanken, als sich Rothstein in die ehemalige Prostituierte und Drogenabhängige Ginger Sharon Stone verliebt. Rated R Strong Brutal Violence, Pervasive Strong Language, Drug Use and Some Sexuality. Movies Set in Missouri The Narrators The Best Gangster Movie of the '90s So, This Is The Story of How I Died It's a testament to these committed performances and Scorsese's expertise that this film still manages to stand alone as a very fine piece of cinema in it's own right. Feel Like Going Home No Direction Home Shine a Light A Letter to Elia Public Speaking George Harrison: It also knows how to skim from the other games, and from food service and the gift shops. Die Dinge kommen ins Wanken, als sich Rothstein in die ehemalige Prostituierte und Drogenabhängige Ginger Sharon Stone verliebt. None of the scenes of the bag man going into the counting room to collect the money to bring back to the bosses were actually filmed inside the counting room of the Riviera casino. Joseph Reidy as Winner. It's based on a book by Nicholas Pileggi , who had full access to a man who once ran four casinos for the mob, and whose true story inspires the movie's plot. The character is too similar to Pesci's Oscar winning Tommy DeVito. Brian Reddy as Board Investigator. Ali Pirouzkar as High Roller. Filming took place at night in the Riviera casino in Las Vegas, with the nearby defunct Landmark Hotel as the entrance, to replicate the fictional Tangiers. After being pressured by the mob, the Teamsters fund loaned the Argent Corporation, solely owned by Allen Glick, the money to buy the Stardust and other casinos.