Happy 80th Birthday Al Pacino! He’s A Junkie! A Scarecrow! Classic Early Al Pacino Performances!

Celebrate Al Pacino’s 80th birthday with a few of his cult gems!

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Al Pacino The Panic In Needle Park

Scoring With Al!

Ever just want to hang out with Al Pacino? You know, with him and some of his junkie friends? Well, there is a movie where you can do just that….a time when he was just an upcoming young Actor…

As we celebrate April 25th 2020 as Al’s 80th birthday, let’s look at some of his classic performances!

Al Pacino Scarecrow

We all know Al Pacino – thanks in part to such memorable roles as the ruthless drug dealer Tony Montana from “Scarface”!

Al Pacino Scarface

Say Hello To My Little Friend!

Of course, “Scarface” is one of the greatest drug-fueled action films ever made, full of great lines like “say hello to my little friend!”

classic Scarface dialogue


Time To Check Out Early Al!

Al Pacino’s career has had many ups and downs, but in the early 70’s, Pacino gave two memorable performances in two neglected classics. Pacino’s first few films were some of his most…

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  1. Brilliant Actor, I never tire of watching his films but 80? Jeez, I am counting now…sigh

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  2. 80! Good grief. No way. I just watched ‘Insomnia’ the other night for the first time. It was back in 2003, I think. Anyway, he is an icon and I think it would be fun to meet him. Have you?

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  3. Wow! 80 years old! I just watched him in Amazon’s new Nazi Hunters series and he was phenomenal!

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  4. When the film stars I grew up with reach remarkable ages, it makes me realise just how old I am now!
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  5. No! 80! When he did American Buffalo in London in the eighties, I was assigned to find his accommodation, driver, fulfil all whims as was normal with A-list clients. He wanted a driver who was an out of work actor. I recommended a young friend of my husbands. It was the gig of his life! He stayed at The Ritz but was honestly the most gentle and undemanding client I ever had the pleasure of looking after and so kind to a wet behind the ears rookie training as an Agent and dreaming of a star-studded client list. I wish him the happiest of happy birthdays and thank you for this brilliant reminder of him 💫

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