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Vendetta
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Vendetta 1999


In 1890s New Orleans, James Houston (the reptilian Christopher Walken) runs the city's biggest cotton export business. The ruthless Houston concocts a plan to wrest control of the docks from the Italian émigrés, but top cop David Hennessy (Clancy Brown) nixes the scheme and pays with his life. In an illustration of xenophobia trumping justice, nine Italian merchants stand trial for the killing in this fact-based, Home Box Office film.

Running Time:117 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsNicholas Meyer
Written By:
No image existsRichard Gambino
No image existsTimothy Prager
Starring:
Christopher WalkenChristopher Walken
No image existsLuke Askew
No image existsClancy Brown
No image existsAndrew Connolly
Bruce DavisonBruce Davison
No image existsJoaquim de Almeida
No image existsAndrea Di Stefano
No image existsEdward Herrmann
Richard LibertiniRichard Libertini
No image existsGeorge Martin
No image existsKenneth Welsh

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Vendetta Movie Review by Movie Addict (9/19/2010)

Theodore Roosevelt was contemptuous of races and nations he considered inferior. When a mob in New Orleans lynched a number of Italian immigrants, Roosevelt thought the United States should offer the Italian government some remuneration, but privately he wrote his sister that he thought the lynching was "rather a good...

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