Little Caesar


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Little Caesar

archetypal gangster. [Am. Cinema: Griffith, 269]
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WEDNESDAY LITTLE CAESAR All the way from Los Angeles, you can catch the '80s glam rock survivors tear it up at Bannerman's Bar in Edinburgh tonight.
The arc of a great villain's rise and fall--Richard III, Little Caesar, Scarface (in either movie version)--can be fascinating to watch, but we don't have to identify with the demented pleasures of drowning someone in a butt of Malmsey or pounding them into hamburger with a baseball bat, as Al Capone is alleged to have done.
Yet he proved his worth in more than 100 movies, including Little Caesar and The Prisoner Of Zenda.
David Scrivano, president and CEO of Little Caesar Enterprises Inc.
I'm a life-long sports fan," said Michael Ilitch, co-founder and chairman, Little Caesar Enterprises, Inc.
2000: Douglas Fairbanks Jnr, legendary film actor, producer and businessman - whose films included The Prisoner of Zenda, Gunga Din and Little Caesar, died on this day
The drama is an attack on Nazi sympathisers in the United States, specifically those in the German-American Bund, and the star of Little Caesar plays a dogged FBI agent who uses every wily trick (and a lot of schoolmasterly pipe-smoking) to bring the fascist subversives to justice.
Rather crazily, it took our mind all the way back to the last line of a best-selling novel of 1930, Little Caesar.
Having been carried back to camp (how appropriate) he sat enthroned in the Union Jack chair like a little Caesar.
He did let on once, in that same Little Caesar interview, when he said, "People want to buy a Warhol or a person instead of a work.
Burnett (1899-1982), who wrote Little Caesar (1929) and The Asphalt Jungle (1949).
Born in Ohio, Burnett became a leading writer of <IR> HARD-BOILED FICTION </IR> with the publication of Little Caesar (1929), a best-selling novel of racketeering.