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The Scroll

No. 87: Once Upon a Time in America

The spaghetti Western turns Borscht Belt

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1984, dir. Sergio Leone. Any movie featuring James Woods as a character called Max Bercovicz, De Niro as a dude nicknamed “Noodles,” barrelfuls of Jewish gangsters, and an awesome death-by-garbage-truck scene is allowed to be four hours long.

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No. 87: Once Upon a Time in America

The spaghetti Western turns Borscht Belt

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