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Gangs of New York


14 Dec 2002

2 hr 47 min

Drama, History, Crime

America was born in the streets.
1863. America was born in the streets. In this movie, we see Amsterdam Vallon returning to the Five Points of America to seek vengeance against the psychotic gangland kingpin Bill the Butcher who murdered his father years ago. With an eager pickpocket by his side and a whole new army, Vallon fights his way to seek vengeance on the Butcher and restore peace in the area.


Status: Released
Countries: USA, Italy
Languages: English, Irish, Latin, Chinese
Awards: Nominated for 10 Oscars. Another 49 wins & 118 nominations.
Budget: $100M


Harvey Weinstein (Producer)
Alberto Grimaldi (Producer)
Graham King (Executive Producer)
Rick Schwartz (Executive Producer)
Rick Yorn (Executive Producer)
Gerry Robert Byrne (Producer)
Michael Hausman (Executive Producer)
Colin Vaines (Executive Producer)
Barbara Phillips Marco (Executive Producer)
Michael Jackman (Line Producer)
Randi Feinberg (Line Producer)
Laura Fattori (Producer)
Joseph P. Reidy (Producer)
Michael Ovitz (Executive Producer)
Maurizio Grimaldi (Executive Producer)
Bob Weinstein (Executive Producer)




Leonardo DiCaprio (as Amsterdam Vallon)
Daniel Day-Lewis (as William "Bill the Butcher" Cutting)
Cameron Diaz (as Jenny Everdeane)
Liam Neeson (as "Priest" Vallon)
Brendan Gleeson (as Walter "Monk" McGinn)
John C. Reilly (as Happy Jack Mulraney)
Jim Broadbent (as William "Boss" Tweed)
Roger Ashton-Griffiths (as P.T. Barnum)
Lawrence Gilliard Jr. (as Jimmy Spoils)
David Hemmings (as Mr. Schermerhorn)
Barbara Bouchet (as Mrs. Schermerhorn)
Alec McCowen (as Reverend Raleigh)
Michael Byrne (as Horace Greeley)
Gary Lewis (as McGloin)
Henry Thomas (as Johnny Sirocco)
Brendan Dempsey (as Provost Marshal Registrar)
Nick Bartlett (as Chichesters Leader)
Flaminia Fegarotti (as Miss Eliza)
Stephen Graham (as Shang)
Eddie Marsan (as Killoran)
Cara Seymour (as Hell-Cat Maggie)
Rab Affleck (as Plug Uglies Leader)
Tim Pigott-Smith (as Calvinist Minister)
Sean Gilder (as Rat Pit Game Master)
David Bamber (as Passenger on Omnibus)
Lucy Davenport (as Miss Schermerhorn)
John Sessions (as Harry Watkins - Lincoln)
Angela Pleasence (as Woman Accomplice)
Giovanni Lombardo Radice (as Simon Legree)
Peter-Hugo Daly (as One-Armed Priest)
Peter Berling (as Knife Act Caller)
Richard Strange (as Undertaker)
Iain McColl (as Seamus)
James Ramsey (as Arthur)
Alex Howden (as Assistant Hangman)
Richard Syms (as Drunken Repeater)
Tim Faraday (as Plug Uglies Leader)
David Nicholls (as O'Connell Guard Leader)
Sean McGinley (as Forty Thieves Leader)
Terry O'Neill (as Chichesters Leader)
John McGlynn (as Bowery Boys Leader)
Ian Pirie (as Slaughter Housers Leader)
Ottaviano Dell'Acqua (as Bill the Butcher's Gangmember)
Trevor Cooper (as Man in Tweed's Office)
Martin Scorsese (as Wealthy Homeowner (uncredited))
Massimo Vanni (as Bar Bouncer (uncredited))
Salvatore Billa (as Native (uncredited))
Alexia Murray (as Topsy)
Marcello Fonte (as Citizen (uncredited))
Vincenzo Tanassi (as Fireman (uncredited))
Michele Bevilacqua (as Middle Class Man (uncredited))
Finbar Furey (as Satan's Circus Singer)



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