Skip to comments.Scarface’s mansion is up for sale
Posted on 05/23/2014 3:53:23 AM PDT by rickmichaels
El Fureidis Estate was the primary filming location of Tony Montanas luxurious mansion and its up for sale. For a breezy $35 million, you too can own a piece of film history. The mansion is actually located in Montecito, California. It does not include the iconic, The world is yours entrance or the copious amounts of cocaine. However, it does include 108 years of history, beautifully designed 10K feet of domed ceilings, gold trimming, and 10 acres of lush gardens and forest.
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Will they take a check?
*wondering if it comes with the bullet holes all over the main stairs*
According to my last check of this the security system could use an upgrade.
Nah. Goodfellas is.
Anyone know the body-count and F-bomb count of Scarface?
Just have a bunch of loudspeakers throughout the grounds, cranked up to max volume, running 24/7 on a continuous loop saying:
“HEY MANG!!! SAY ALLO TO MY LEETLE FRIENG!!!”
I’m surprised Midnight Run isn’t on this list. It’s pretty well f-bomb laden
“Here come two words for you: SHUT THE F- UP!”
Midnight Run. Greatest buddy movie, ever!
Scarface is not a gangster movie. You need gangs for gangster movies. Now a good gangster movie with gangs is The Warriors movie from 1979.
Someone counted it once. I believe it was 161.
I have a pic of the head “Baseball Fury” dude hanging in my cube.
So, which rapper is going to buy it?
I gotta go with the original Scarface w/ Paul Muni.
I went through that list of movies, and I’ve watched seven of them.
I still remember the good old days when you could go to a movie and not have your intelligence insulted by what is said on the screen. You could take a date and not be embarrassed, drop off the kids and not worry.
How many would let a stranger come into their home and start using a torrent of such words? He would be shown the door immediately.
If I remember correctly, it was the Hippie and “Free speech” movements of the 1960s that started moving vile gutter language into the mainstream.
“Will they take a check?”
Or a pile of coke?