Chazz Palminteri – The Bronx Tale – Justice is Served

A Bronx Tale

The Bar Scene – Justice is Served


In this scene you may recall a motorcycle gang enters the club and begins to abuse it just for fun. Bad idea, wrong bar…. Justice is served. This is a Classic Scene from this Memorable film. One of our favorites.


Watch this Classic Scene from “A Bronx Tale” 


A Bronx Tale tells the story of Calogero Anello, a young boy from a working class family who gets involved in the world of organized crime. Calogero’s father is a bus driver who tries to instill working-class family values in his son. As Calogero gets older, the aura and mystique of the Mafia, and the charms of Sonny, the local mob boss who befriends Calogero (and ends up becoming a father figure to him), become difficult to resist. As Calogero comes of age, he must struggle with the choice of following his beloved father’s values or submitting to the temptations of the life of organized crime.

A Bronx Tale premiered in Los Angeles in 1990, achieving great critical success. Palminteri then moved the show to New York City, where it had a critically and commercially successful, four off-Broadway run.

Academy Award winning actor Robert De Niro attended a performance of A Bronx Tale in New York City and offered to buy the film rights to the show. Palminteri agreed to sell the film rights on the conditions that he would be able to write the screenplay and that he be cast as the role of Sonny. The film version of A Bronx Tale premiered in 1993. The film version marked the directorial debut of De Niro and helped catapult Palminteri’s film acting career.

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