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- Jim Purdy
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Mar 06, 2013 · Directed by Jim Purdy. With Juan Riedinger, Elisabetta Fantone, Paulino Nunes, Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll. Havana 1957, "Sin Capital of the World" - Mafia run nightclubs, sex, drugs, booze and gambling.
- Jim Purdy
Havana 57. (78) IMDb 5.5 1 h 38 min 2013 16+. Havana 1957--sin capital of the world. Mafia nightclubs, sex, drugs and gambling. A young cop witnesses a murder and must decide if he wants to play the corrupt game or go against shady cops and the mob with the help of a beautiful Tropicana dancer.
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Aug 15, 2012 · Officer Ruben Velez, a young cop working in Havana in 1957, falls for a mobster's lover.
Havana 57. 796 likes. Havana 1957, "Sin Capital of the World" - Mafia run nightclubs, sex, drugs, booze and gambling. Those were dangerous times.
Budget. $40 million. Box office. $9,243,140. Havana is a 1990 American drama film starring Robert Redford, Lena Olin, Alan Arkin and Raul Julia, directed by Sydney Pollack with music by Dave Grusin. The film's plot concerns Jack Weil (Redford), an American professional gambler who decides to visit Havana, Cuba to gamble in 1958 on the eve of ...
Nov 06, 2017 · Camila Cabello – Havana Filming Locations. November 6, 2017. Global Film Locations. Locations: Palace Theater, South Broadway, Los Angeles, CA, USA ( Michal Jackson’s Thriller was also filmed here) Google Maps Co-ordinates: 34.045900, -118.252672.
This theater is located at Galiano #253 between Concordia and Neptuno in downtown Havana, it is erroneously positioned on the street map in El Cerro. I remember it was one of the first movie theaters, if not the first, with air conditioning in Havana, they kept their doors to the lobby open and you felt the cool air when you walked by it.