Goodfellas

Goodfellas
Category:Movie | Crime | Drama | Thriller
Rating:

  • Genre: Soundtrack
  • Music By: Various artists
  • Released: 1990
  • Time: 00:57:24
  • Tagline: Three Decades of Life in the Mafia. 
Tracklist:

01. Tony Bennett - Rags To Riches
02. The Moonglows - Sincerely
03. The Cadillacs - Speedo
04. Billy Ward And His Dominoes - Stardust
05. The Chantels - Look In My Eyes
06. The Harptones - Life Is But A Dream
07. The Shangri-Las - Remember (Walkin' In The Sand)
08. Aretha Franklin - Baby I Love You
09. Bobby Darin - Beyond The Sea
10. Cream - Sunshine Of Your Love
11. Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy
12. Derek And The Dominos - Layla (Piano Exit)
13. Sex Pistols - My Way
14. Donovan - Atlantis
15. Al Jolson - Toot, Toot, Tootsie, Goodbye
16. The Drifters - bells_of_st._marys
17. Bobby Vinton - ROSES ARE RED (MY LOVE)
18. Crystals - He's Sure The Boy I Love
19. James Galway - Danny Boy (Weatherly)
20. Darlene Love - Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
21. Dean Martin - Ain't That A Kick In The Head
22. George Harrison - What Is Life
23. The Rolling Stones - Gimme Shelter
24. Giuseppe Di Stefano - Fitenze Sogna
25. Harry Nilsson - Jump Into The Fire
26. I Will Follow Him (Chariot) - Betty Curtis
27. Jack Jones - Wives And Lovers
28. Jerry Vale - Pretend You Don't See Her
29. Marvelettes - Playboy
30. The Rolling Stones - Memo From Turner
31. Mina - Il Cielo In Una Stanza
32. The Rolling Stones - Monkey Man
33. The Charms - Hearts Of Stone
34. Shangri-Las - Leader Of The Pack
35. The Cleftones - Cant We Be Sweethearts
36. The Crystals - Then He Kissed Me
37. The Ronettes - Frosty the Snowman
38. The Who - Magic Bus
39. Tony Bennett - The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
40. Vito & The Salutations - Unchained Melody
41. Giuseppe Di Stefano - Parlami D'Amore Mariu
42. Johnny Mathis - Its Not For Me To Say

Academy Awards,
Oscar
(1991)
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
BAFTA Awards
(1991)
Best Screenplay - Adapted
Best Costume Design
Best Direction
Martin Scorsese
Best Editing

Best Film


The film was based on Nicholas Pileggi's best-selling biography, "Wiseguy: Life in a Mafia Family,” published in 1985.

The "You think I'm funny?" scene was based on a story that Joe Pesci acted out for Martin Scorsese. While working in a restaurant as a young man, Pesci once told a mobster that he was funny and the mobster became very angry. Scorsese allowed Pesci and Ray Liotta to improvise the scene. He did not tell the other actors in the scene what would happen because he wanted their genuine surprised reactions.

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