Donnie Brasco (1997)

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An FBI undercover agent infilitrates the mob and finds himself identifying more with the mafia life at the expense of his regular one.

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Viooz Score: 7.5/10 from 2128 votes
Release Date: 1997-02-27
Status: Released
Run time: 127 min / 2:7
Production Studio : Phoenix Pictures, Mark Johnson Productions, Baltimore Pictures, TriStar Pictures
Production Country: United States of America

Donnie Brasco Casts

Johnny Depp
as Donnie Brasco / Joseph D. 'Joe' Pistone
Al Pacino
as Benjamin 'Lefty' Ruggiero
Michael Madsen
as Sonny Black
Bruno Kirby
as Nicky
James Russo
as Paulie
Anne Heche
as Maggie Pistone
Zeljko Ivanek
as Tim Curley
Brian Tarantina
as Bruno
Rocco Sisto
as Richard 'Richie' Gazzo
Zach Grenier
as Dr. Berger
Gerry Becker
as Agent Dean Blandford FBI
Robert Miano
as Sonny Red
Paul Giamatti
as FBI Technician
Gretchen Mol
as Sonny's Girlfriend
Tim Blake Nelson
as FBI Technician
Walt MacPherson
as Sheriff
Ronnie Farer
as Annette
Terry Serpico
as Strip Club Owner
Tony Lip
as Philly Lucky
George Angelica
as Big Trin
Val Avery
as Trafficante
Madison Arnold
as Jilly
Delanie Fitzpatrick
as Daughter
Katie Sagona
as Daughter
Sara Gold
as Daughter
Larry Romano
as Tommy
James McCauley
as FBI Agent
James Bulleit
as U.S. Attorney
Andrew Parks
as Hollman
Keenan Shimizu
as Japanese Maitre D'
Rocco Musacchia
as Trafficante's Man
Joe Francis
as Trafficante's Man
Sal Jenco
as Mare Chiaro Bartender
Billy Capucilli
as Communion Party Man
Laura Cahill
as Communion Party Woman
Doreen Murphy
as Mob Girlfriend
Elle Alexander
as Mob Girlfriend
Denise Faye
as Mob Girlfriend
Elaine del Valle
as Mob Girlfriend
John Horton
as FBI Director
Dan Brennan
as FBI Photographer
LaJuan Carter
as Singer
Sandy Barber
as Singer
Joyce Stovall
as Singer
Frank Pesce
as Wiseguy
Randy Jurgensen
as Wiseguy
John Di Benedetto
as Wiseguy
Richard Zavaglia
as Wiseguy
Tony Ray Rossi
as Wiseguy
Edward Black
as Wiseguy
Gaetano LoGiudice
as Wiseguy
Carmelo Musacchia
as Wiseguy
Pat Vecchio
as Wiseguy
Caleb
as The Lion
Flint Beverage
as Kings Court Cop (uncredited)
Frank Bonsangue
as Sonny Red's Crew (uncredited)
Mark Todd Bruner
as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Christopher Del Gaudio
as Pedestrian (uncredited)
Stephen Emirzian
as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Teresa Giudice
as Shocked Stripper (uncredited)
Barry Hirschberg
as Background (uncredited)
Jim Lavin
as Arresting FBI Officer (uncredited)
Jeff Millstein
as Bar Patron (uncredited)
Peter O'Hara
as Passerby (uncredited)
Davell j Owens
as Diner Manager (uncredited)
Antone Pagan
as Prison Guard for Pacino and Depp (uncredited)
Lisa Marie Panagos
as Sonny Black's Girl (uncredited)
Garry Pastore
as Carmine Galante's Bodyguard (uncredited)
Dale Resteghini
as Strip Club Patron (uncredited)
Larry Tobias
as Man in Bar (uncredited)
Vinny Vella
as Mobster in Photo (uncredited)
Edward Williams
as Guest at Kings Court (uncredited)

Donnie Brasco Crew

Directing Mike Newell Director
Writing Joseph D. Pistone Novel
Writing Richard Woodley Novel
Writing Paul Attanasio Screenplay
Production Louis DiGiaimo Producer
Production Alan Greenspan Executive Producer
Production Mark Johnson Producer
Production Barry Levinson Producer
Production Patrick McCormick Executive Producer
Production Gail Mutrux Producer
Sound Patrick Doyle Original Music Composer
Camera Peter Sova Director of Photography
Editing Jon Gregory Editor