Game Script by Athawolfus

Version: 1.00 | Updated: 02/11/08 | Printable Version

Game Script
Copyright 2008 Cem Gulduren
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Welcome to the game script for Mafia, an awesome game that lets you have a 
taste of the organized crime and mob wars of Prohibition-era America. Being 
such a gangster tale, the game boasts an impressive storyline. Even though a 
lot of time has passed since it first came out in 2002, I thought it would be 
nice to write out its script to appreciate the story once more. The script 
contains the entire dialogue from the main campaign of the game, supported by 
appropriate action lines in brackets. There are also some extra comments you 
get from characters when you do something you shouldn't do in the level (like 
crashing your car or attacking someone you shouldn't) and these extra comments 
are placed between -- markings, signifying that they are not part of the main 
dialogue. After the campaign I included some other extra comments that aren't 
level-specific and at the end there is the script for the tutorial, which isn't 
connected to the story. I don't think I missed anything from the main dialogue 
but there are a few extra conversations that you can eavesdrop on in some 
levels and I couldn't transcribe all of them because many don't have subtitles 
and are difficult to listen to. If you'd like to help me out with those you can 
send me an e-mail and I'll be glad to acknowledge your help. There are more 
details on the specific conversations I'm missing in the "Final Words" part at 
the end of the document.

Anyway, enjoy.


0. Version History

1. The Script

1.1. Prologue
1.2. An Offer You Can't Refuse
1.3. Running Man
1.4. Molotov Party
1.5. Ordinary Routine
1.6. Intermezzo One
1.7. Fairplay
1.8. Sarah
1.9. Better Get Used To It
1.10. The Whore
1.11. The Priest
1.12. Intermezzo Two
1.13. A Trip To The Country
1.14. Omerta
1.15. Visiting Rich People
1.16. Great Deal!
1.17. Intermezzo Three
1.18. Bon Appetit!
1.19. Happy Birthday!
1.20. You Lucky Bastard!
1.21. Creme De La Creme
1.22. Intermezzo Four
1.23. Election Campaign
1.24. Just For Relaxation
1.25. Moonlighting
1.26. The Death of Art
1.27. Epilogue

2.1. Extras
2.2. Taxi Comments
2.3. Tutorial

3. Final Words


v. 1.0 11 Feb 08
The first version. Includes complete script and some extras.


1.1. Prologue

(The protagonist of the game, Thomas Angelo, or shortly Tommy, gets off a 
train at the station. After leaving the station, he walks across the street 
and enters a cafe. He approaches a lone man sitting at a table.)

Tommy: Detective Norman? Can I join you?

(He hangs his coat and hat at the rack and sits down.)

Tommy: Sorry for the delay, but I didn't want anybody seein' me. If you 
know what I mean.

(A waitress comes to the table.)

Waitress: What can I get you, sir?

Tommy: Just a coffee.

Waitress: Coming right up.

(She leaves.)

Norman: It's not my habit to sit with people like you.

Tommy: Got a business proposition for you, detective.

Norman: I ain't no businessman, and even if I were, I wouldn't be doing 
business with the likes of you.

Tommy: I don't usually do business with your kind either. But this is a bit 
of a strange deal. Good for you and your superiors, and good for me. It 
concerns a certain kind of trade.

Norman: Trade?

Tommy: Well, let's just say that I hold a high position in a not so legal 
organization. It's just the kind of organization people such as yourself 
would like to know a lot about. And I, on the other hand, for certain 
reasons don't want...

(The waitress brings Tommy's coffee.)

Waitress: Your coffee, sir.

Tommy: Thanks.

Tommy: I have my own personal reasons why I don't want to be associated 
with this organization. It ain't too easy to leave this kind of business. 
If you know what I mean...

Norman: I think I know where you're coming from. You'll get a bullet in 
your head, if you don't disappear quickly, right?

Tommy: That's not the only reason. Got any kids, detective? I've got a wife 
and daughter. I don't want them to have any problems because of me.

Norman: Yeah? Well, I ain't just gonna hand out protection to any wop 
crook. You should've thought about them kids before, 'cos I...

Tommy: Sure, sure... Listen, I don't want something for nothing, so here's 
the deal: Does the name Salieri mean anything to you?

Norman: Salieri?! It damn well does. You got something in common with him?

Tommy: You could say that. I've worked for him for several years. Now he 
wants to rub me out. If you protect my family and me I'll tell you 
everything. Names, dates, accounts, everything. Enough to put him away for 

Norman: I ain't Santa Claus. If I go to the chief with this I need to know 
everything you know, and I have to be sure you'll testify in court.

Tommy: Sure. If you ain't in a hurry I'll tell you my whole story, and all 
the deals I worked on over the years.

Norman: Okay, I've got time and I'm listening...

1.2. An Offer You Can't Refuse

Autumn 1930

(Tommy is seen getting out of his taxi at a street corner.)

Tommy: (narrating) I used to be a taxi driver. Even though I wasn't making 
much and I worked from dawn to dusk, I was glad to be working.

(The camera switches to a chase between two cars in a tunnel. The occupants 
of the cars are shooting at each other. It is apparently a mafia shootout. 
The view switches back to Tommy, who lights a cigarette by his taxi.)

Tommy: (narr.) It was a bad time and some other people were worse off than 

(The camera shows another cinematic view of the chase and then returns to 

Tommy: (narr.) It was that very taxi that drew Salieri's people to me in 
the first place. One day I was on my break and I was just hanging out. 
Suddenly I heard a tremendous crash...

(A massive crash is heard and then a gangster wielding a pistol appears at 
the corner of the street. Another gangster shouts at him from behind.)

Gangster: Sam! They got me, dammit...

Sam: Climb up and move... There's a taxi, we'll be okay...

(The gangster named Sam points his gun at Tommy, who drops his cigarette 
from his hand in surprise.)

Tommy: (narr.) It was clear to me that these guys had to get out of there 
fast, so I thought it was best to cooperate, rather than ending up with a 
hole in my head.

(The other gangster emerges from the corner. Sam grabs Tommy and drags him 
towards the taxi.)

Sam: Move it... come on...

(They get into the car along with the other gangster, who points his gun at 
Tommy's face.)

Tommy: Where to?

Gangster: Anywhere! Fast... and I hope you're damn fast... faster than Sam 
here was...

Tommy: (narr.) I burned rubber outta there like a bat outta hell. It didn't 
matter where, just away from those gentlemen who were chasing my new 

(Tommy starts driving away.)

Gangster: Now listen carefully. We gotta shake these clowns behind us. If 
you don't do it then we're done for and that includes you! Step on it, kid!

(A chase ensues between Tommy's taxi and the car of the enemy gangsters. 
They take shots at the taxi and sometimes try to ram it. Sam and the other 
gangster with shoot at them from the taxi in exchange. They shout at Tommy 
and the enemy gansters during the chase.)

Sam: Move it if you wanna save your own ass!

Sam: Can't you go any faster!?

Sam: Step on it, they're still on our tail!

Gangster: Kill 'em, Sam!


Sam: DIE!

Gangster: IDIOT GO!

Gangster: MOVVVVE IT!

Gangster: We're finished!

Sam: Faster!

Gangster: Try and use the steering wheel once in a while.

Sam: Shit, we'll never lose them this way.

Gangster: I don't wanna die!

Sam: Step on it or we're done for!

(Tommy eventually manages to lose the tail.)

Sam: Great! We've made it!

Gangster: Good work, brother. Now take us to Salieri's Bar. I'll show you 
the way.

(Tommy starts driving towards Salieri's Bar, in Little Italy on the other 
side of the city.)

Gangster: It's takin' a bit long, ain't it?

(They reach the bar.)

Gangster: Finally, we're home.

(Tommy stops the car. Two guards are seen standing by the entrance to the 

Gangster: Wait here, friend, Sam will get a little something from Mr. 

(The two men get out of the car.)

Gangster: Thanks for your help.

(They enter the bar. Tommy waits inside the car, while the two guards eye 
him suspiciously. He grows visibly nervous. Then Sam walks out of the bar 
and approaches him slowly. Tommy tries to start the car in fear when he 
begins to pull something out of his coat, thinking it is a gun. However, it 
is an envelope and Sam hands it to him.)

Sam: Mr. Salieri would like to thank you as well as myself and Paulie. It's 
compensation for the damage to your car and your services. It should be 

Tommy: Yes, of course, thanks. Give my regards to Mr. Salieri.

Sam: Mr. Salieri wants you to know that he is very grateful to you. If you 
ever need anything you can come back and ask for help, because Mr. Salieri 
doesn't forget about friends who have helped him out. If you're interested 
maybe we could find a job for you here and it would pay well. We always 
have positions for guys as good as you.

Tommy: Okay, okay... I'll think about it, thanks, really thanks... I'd 
better go... to fix the car and so on...

Sam: All right, I understand... Just think about it... And I hope it's 
clear that this matter is only between ourselves! Take care, kid.

Tommy: (narrating) When I opened the envelope, I almost had a heart attack.

(Tommy is seen sitting at a table in his home, the money given to him by 
Sam in front of him.)

Tommy: (narr.) There was more than it would cost to do the repairs. But I 
didn't for a minute think about their offer. I didn't want to join some 
criminals, even if they had all the money in the world. It's better to be 
poor and alive than rich and dead, right? I was gonna get my cab repaired 
and try to forget it all as soon as possible. As my mother always said: You 
can never predict what God has in store for you.

1.3. Running Man

(Tommy is in his taxi, in line with other taxis, waiting for customers. A 
customer soon approaches his car.)

Customer: Hey, could you take me to the church downtown please?

Tommy: Okay, okay.

(Tommy takes the customer to the church.)

Customer: Okay, drop me off here at the steps.

(He stops near the steps leading to the church.)

Customer: Thanks, here's the fare.

(The man gets out of the car. Another customer approaches.)

Customer: Are you taken? I need to go to the hospital in New Ark.

Tommy: No problem.

(He drives to the hospital.)

Customer: Here it is, drop me off in front of the entrance.

(Tommy stops before the entrance.)

Customer: Thanks, here's the fare.

(The man gets out and a female customer arrives.)

Customer: I'm lucky you're here! I need to get to the theater on Central 
Island! Take the Guiliano Bridge so that we can get there quickly.

Tommy: Whatever you want!

(He drives to the theater.)

Customer: Here it is, drop me off here at the corner.

(He stops at the corner.)

Customer: Here's the money, goodbye.

(The woman gets out and another customer arrives.)

Customer: Good day. Could you take me to Hoboken, the Pompeii Bar?

Tommy: Sure thing, get in.

(Tommy drives to the bar in Hoboken.)

Customer: We're here, drop me off at the entrance please.

(Tommy stops before the entrance.)

Customer: There you go, keep the change.

(The customer gets out of the car and another man approaches the taxi.)

Customer: I need to get to the department store car lot in Little Italy, 
can you take me there?

Tommy: No problem, get in.

(The customer gets into the car.)

Customer: Go across the Guiliano Bridge and then through the tunnel. It's 
the shortest way.

(Tommy drives to the department store in Little Italy.)

Customer: Here we are, drop me off at the car lot.

(He stops at the car lot.)

Customer: This should cover it, keep the change.

(The customer gets out of the car.)

Tommy: And I need a coffee break.

Tommy: (narrating) I had a cup of coffee and relaxed in the car while I was 
waiting to see if I could get another customer.

(Tommy is seen inspecting the front left tire of his taxi.)

Tommy: (narr.) I noticed I wasn't far from Salieri's Bar...

(Tommy gets back into the car. Then, suddenly, the windshield is hit by a 
baseball bat.)

Tommy: JESUS!

(A gangster opens the door and grabs Tommy by the arm.)

Gangster: We got you, you little rat!

(He pulls Tommy out of the car.)

Gangster: Mr. Morello is pretty angry with you. We're gonna have to teach 
you a little lesson, so you remember that it ain't right.

(A second gangster starts smashing Tommy's taxi with his baseball bat.)

Tommy: (narr.) Those bastards remembered the license plate of my car and 
took it on themselves to hunt me down...

Gangster: Louie here'll fix your face a little...

(Just as the second gangster is about to hit him with the bat, Tommy pushes 
them and starts running away.)

Gangster: Finish him off! Don't waste any more time on him!

(The gangsters start shooting at Tommy as he runs.)

Tommy: (narr.) It was clear to me that I had to get outta there fast. I 
couldn't handle that animal on my own. I said to myself that now was 
probably the right moment for Mr. Salieri to show his gratitude. Salieri's 
Bar was just down the street and the sight of it was certainly a lot nicer 
than a baseball bat to my head.

(Tommy enters an alleyway, dodging the bullets. The gangsters chase him.)

Gangster: I'll put ya out of your misery!

Gangster: Stop, you bastard!

Gangster: Blow his head off!

(Tommy gets back onto the street from the alleyway and quickly enters a 
smaller passageway. A man is standing there.)

Man: Where the hell is she? I said three o'clock in the passageway!

(As Tommy moves further, a conversation between a man and a woman is 

Man: You're right there, honey! Who knows what skeletons they've got in 
their closets.

Woman: I wouldn't be surprised.

(Tommy gets back onto the street while the gangsters continue to chase him. 
Two men are talking on the sidewalk of the street.)

Man 1: Well, he said he'd finally have all the things we needed, but maybe 
you oughtta ask him about the gear, or he'll forget.

Man 2: Great. Then I'll stop by, take it easy.

Man 1: You too.

(Tommy enters another alleyway. There is a woman on a balcony here, and a 
man talking to her from below.)

Man: Heap of junk.

Man: Leave it alone, Marie!

(The gangsters arrive in the alley.)

Woman: Oh my God, Joe. Those thugs have got a gun, honey! Hurry up! Police, 
they're trying to kill my husband!

(The gangsters continue to chase Tommy.)

Gangster: I'm warning you, you bastard!

Gangster: You ain't got a chance, cabby boy!

Gangster: Move it, Lou! Don't let him get away!

(Tommy leaves the alley through a narrow passageway and gets back to the 
main street. A woman is waiting there.)

Woman: Where is he? He said to meet him at three in the passageway.

(Tommy goes across the street and finally reaches Salieri's Bar. The two 
gangsters arrive after him, look inside, hide their guns and enter the bar. 
A few seconds later gunshots are heard. Then the bartender opens the door, 
takes a look outside, and changes the "Open" sign to "Closed". Next, Tommy 
is seen sitting at the bar, having a drink with Salieri's men. Paulie, the 
gangster who was with Sam in his taxi is sitting next to him.)

Tommy: (narr.) Salieri's boys saved my skin that time, but I certainly 
wasn't in a good situation. I had paid off my debts for the car repairs, 
but my boss didn't want to employ anyone who's in the mob. It just wasn't 
good business. When I saw the fancy get-up of Salieri's boys, I thought 
that it can't be too bad to work for him. Besides, I had nothing to lose. 
Morello was out to get me, so driving a cab wasn't the best job. Plus, the 
prospect of Salieri's dough wasn't so terrible... So, like I always say: 
"Better to die young and loaded..."

(Salieri's men are seen putting the corpses of Morello's two gangsters into 
a truck in the backyard of the bar.)

1.4. Molotov Party

(Tommy is sitting at a table with Don Salieri, Sam and Paulie in the 
backroom of the bar, this time dressed in a black suit like Sam and Paulie. 
A balding, middle-aged man wearing eyeglasses is standing next to Salieri.)

Salieri: Well, it looks like Morello is really trying to make me mad. But 
I'm a reasonable person. What do they call you, son?

Tommy: Thomas Angelo.

Salieri: I've decided to give you a shot, Tommy. I like new faces. We're 
one big family here. You already know Paulie and Sam. Frank here is my 
right hand and looks after the legal side of our business. The one behind 
the bar is Luigi. This business ain't easy to swallow, but Luigi's a 
wonderful cook. Paul will introduce you to Vincenzo and Ralph. There are a 
lot of us, but those should be enough for now.

Salieri: Now listen, and listen good, we have some rules around here: Don't 
cross paths with the cops. They're on our payroll, so they'll leave you 
alone, but if you go too far, they'll all come after you, money or no 
money... If they ever pick you up, say nothing and I will take care of you. 
I show my gratitude to those people that help me. And there aren't many 
left who betrayed me... Capisci?

Tommy: Yes, Mr. Salieri.

Salieri: I'm glad. Today I'll give you a chance to get back at those 
bastards who wrecked your taxi. We'll see what you're made of. Morello has 
a bar where all his gorillas go. They all have their cars parked behind the 
fence next to the bar. If you're good, they won't be there tomorrow 
morning... Paulie'll go with you, just in case. Go see Vincenzo for 
equipment and Ralph for some wheels...

(Tommy and Paulie leave the room.)

Frank: I wouldn't trust him so much. He seemed hesitant, he's just accepted 
now because he has no choice.

Salieri: We'll see, Frank, we'll see... I'm more concerned about what 
Morello's problem is. Does he really want to start a war?

(The scene switches to Tommy and Paulie going up a staircase in the 
backyard of the bar.)

Paulie: Vincenzo is the Don's gun expert, they've known each other since 
they were kids. He gets you whatever you want, Tommy guns to cannons. Vinny 
can set you up. I always pay him a visit before a job.

(Paulie opens the door to Vincenzo's room.)

Paulie: Buongiorno, Vincenzo!

Vincenzo: Ciao, Paulie!

Paulie: This here's Tom... Just started up with us.

Vincenzo: Pleased to meet you, Tom! What can I do for the both of yours?

Paulie: We've got a job to do, we need something to write off a few cars.

(Vincenzo points to a baseball bat.)

Vincenzo: This classic piece of sports equipment should do the job, and if 
not, I've mixed up a few cocktails.

(He puts a box full of Molotov cocktails on the table.)

Vincenzo: Careful with 'em, though.

(Tommy takes the bat and Paulie takes the Molotov cocktails.)

Paulie: Thanks a lot, Vincenzo.

Vincenzo: Bring back the bat, it's my nephew's!

Paulie: Sure thing!

(Tommy and Paulie leave Vincenzo's room and walk towards the garage.)

Paulie: Ralph, who I'll introduce you to, is a complete idiot, but he's got 
a special way with cars. I don't get how such a moron could know anything 
about anything, but that's the way it goes sometimes.

(They enter the garage, where Ralph is working on a car.)

Ralph: Ha ha ha, a v-v-visit.

Paulie: Hey, Ralphy.

Ralph: I s-s-see you're still limping, so we got two cripples working here.

Paulie: That's right, but I ain't a fool. Ralph, this is Tom... If you 
bring him a stolen car, Tommy, he'll make it your own. And no one'll know 
the difference.

(Tommy and Ralph shake hands.)

Paulie: Ralph, Tom and me have a job to do. You're supposed to have some 
wheels for us.

Ralph: Right, hehe, here it is, he, it ain't no hot-rod, hehe, but it 
should really do for you.

(Ralph shows them a Bolt Ace Fordor car.)

Paulie: Thanks, Ralphy. Let's go!

(Tommy and Paulie get in the car and drive to Morello's bar. Three cars are 
parked in the car lot next to the bar. There is also a wooden shed there. 
One of Morello's gangsters is guarding the entrance to the lot.)

Paulie: Okay, we're here. Don't go through the front, find another way. 
Take out the guard quietly so you don't arouse any attention. Smash the 
cars up with the bat and save the fireworks for last. There could be 
something nice in that shed, take a look. Good luck, buddy.

Tommy: Thanks, I'll be back in a little while.


(The guard reacts and opens fire if he sees Tommy.)

Guard: What are you doing here? Get out of here! Boys! Come and watch me 
kill this punk!


(Tommy gets out of the car and enters the backyard from the back through a 
passageway. He sneaks up on the guard and takes him out with the baseball 
bat. He then damages the cars and checks the shed. There is a Falconer car 
in there and Tommy drives it out of the lot. When Paulie sees him in the 
car, he gets to the driver's seat and they together drive back to Salieri's 
Bar. They find Salieri waiting for them at a table.)

Paulie: So we're back, boss.

Salieri: Wonderful, take a seat. It all went well?

Paulie: Sure, boss, he's a natural.

(Tommy and Paulie sit down at the table.)

Paulie: Before they could say "genolees" they were wheel-less! And before 
they could recover, we were gone. Morello is probably pretty pissed right 

Salieri: Really? I'm glad to hear it.

Paulie: He's one tough customer.

Salieri: In that case, welcome to the family, Tommy.

(Salieri stands up and hugs Tommy.)

Salieri: You've passed the first test, and now we've got a new member.

Paulie: I'd like to take him into the outfit, boss. You can see he ain't 
scared. And he's done real good.

Salieri: You didn't disappoint me, Tommy. Now, let's drink!

Tommy: Thanks...

(They raise their glasses for a toast.)

1.5. Ordinary Routine

(Tommy, Salieri, Paulie and Sam are sitting in the backroom of the bar, 
with Frank standing next to the Don.)

Salieri: Today we're gonna visit a few places to collect some protection 
money. Two restaurants and a motel outside of town. Bill at the motel was 
late last time, because he had a few problems. So today he'll pay a little 

Frank: You may have heard about how criminals can prey on businesses using 
various threats. That certainly isn't the case with us. People who pay us 
receive services, services the police certainly can't provide them with. 
Last month, for example, Sam and Paulie here solved a serious problem of 
violence in a delightful restaurant. The owner is now satisfied that 
nothing of that sort will happen there again.

Salieri: (to Tommy) You'll do the driving. Paulie and Sam will do the 
collecting. It'll be routine. Tell Ralph to give you a car and you can go.

Tommy: Okay, boss.

Salieri: (to Frank) Well, you and I'll have a drink. What do you say, 

(Tommy, Paulie and Sam leave. Tommy goes to Vincenzo.)

Tommy: Hey, Vincenzo, I need some kind of gun.

Vincenzo: Hey, Tom! I think this would do the trick.

(He puts a Colt 1911 pistol on the table.)

Tommy: It should work. I wasn't planning on using it anyway. Thanks.

(Tommy then goes to Ralph.)

Tommy: Hey, Ralphy, me and the boys have got a job to do and I need some 

Ralph: Hey, I s... sorted ou... out what you brought me l... last time. It 
is a go... good m... motor, Tom. It has almost 60 horsepower and goes a 
good 75 miles per hour. He has four s... speeds and b... break servos. S... 
S... Simply b... b... beautiful! Also had a look at how you can best s... 
steal one.

Tommy: I used to drive one when I was a cabby, so I know how to get into 
one, Ralphy.

Ralph: Well, then I got another little number. It has about 40 horsepower 
and goes at almost 60 miles an hour.

(Ralph leads Tommy to a Bolt Model B Fordor car and shows him how to pick 
its lock.)

Ralph: Ain't nothing swanky, but it's a good enough drive. You get into it 
easy. Just take t... t... this little baby and stick it in here, p... p... 
pry it a little and when it clicks you've got it... It's a p... piece a 
c... cake...

Tommy: Thanks, Ralphy.

(Tommy gets in the car and Paulie and Sam get in too. Tommy drives out of 
the backyard of the bar.)

Paulie: Okay, first we'll go to a restaurant on Central Island.

(They get to the restaurant.)

Paulie: Stop! Here it is.

(Tommy stops the car. Paulie gets out and goes into the restaurant. He 
comes back after a while with a bag of money.)

Paulie: And now to Hoboken to the Pompeii Bar.

(They get to their next destination.)

Paulie: Here it is. Pull in, Tom.

(Tommy stops next to the Pompeii Bar. Paulie collects the money and 

Paulie: Now we're goin' to take in the country air. We're goin' to Clark's 
Motel out of town.

(Tommy drives to the motel just outside of the city and parks the car next 
to the building. They all get out.)

Paulie: Wait for us here, Tom, we'll be back in a bit.

Tommy: Okay.

Paulie: Let's go.

(Paulie and Sam go into the motel. Tommy smokes a cigarette while he is 
waiting for them. Suddenly several gunshots are heard. The door opens and 
Paulie walks out, holding a wound in his stomach.)

Paulie: Shit... Bastards... Tom, I... I took one...

(He collapses.)

Paulie: It hurts...

(Tommy rushes to help him.)

Tommy: Jesus Christ, Paulie!

(A gangster appears at the door and points his gun at Tommy.)

Gangster: Tell Salieri, from here on out this place is ours! Capisci? Don't 
come back here or you'll end up in worse shape than your friends.

(The gangster walks back inside and closes the door.)

Paulie: Get Sam... They want to beat some information out of him, get him 
out of there...

Tommy: But I gotta get you to a doctor...

Paulie: That'll wait, first get Sam...

(Tommy drags Paulie next to their car and takes out his pistol.)

Tommy: Screw regular routine!

(All the doors of the motel are locked, but Tommy manages to enter by 
climbing to a balcony. Inside he kills several gangsters. Once all the men 
in the restaurant area are dead, an unarmed man appears from a sideroom.)

Man: Lookee here, another customer for a face job! C'mon then, sonny.

(The man attacks Tommy with his fists but Tommy kills him. Then he enters 
the room from which the man came out. Sam is lying on the floor inside.)

Tommy: Get up, Sam, it's over. He really went to work on you, buddy.

(Tommy helps Sam get up.)

Sam: Argh, Christ...

Tommy: It's nothing, you'll be alright... The doctor'll put you back 
together again. You tough as nails.

(As they slowly walk out of the room, a man comes up on them from the back 
and punches Tommy in the face, which flings him away.)

Tommy: Oh shit!

(Tommy kills the man who attacks him with his fists and then gets back to 

Tommy: That's it, I'll get you back in the car. Everything'll be okay...

(Suddenly another gangster appears from a room next to the bar and points 
his gun at Tommy and Sam. He holds the bag of money in his other hand.)

Gangster: DON'T MOVE, SCUMBAG! Or I'll fill you with holes! C'mon! Just try 
it. You won't get past me!

Tommy: Sure thing, buddy. Just stay cool... everything's okay... just go... 
no problem.

Gangster: Just try it.

(The gangster walks out of the motel.)

Sam: Noo... got... our... dough... get him...

(Tommy follows the gangster, who takes off with a car that has been parked 
outside. Tommy gets into their car and pursues him. He eventually overtakes 
him and kills him.)

Tommy: If that's regular routine, I wonder what the next job will be like.

1.6. Intermezzo One


(Tommy and Detective Norman continue their conversation. Norman is taking 

Tommy: That's how I got in. One minute a regular cabby, the next a 
respected mafioso.

Norman: You were all right with killing people? Usually people have a 
problem with that.

Tommy: You know... I ain't one of those people with a thirst for blood. I 
don't need violence in my life, and I don't look for trouble. But I also 
don't have any remorse. They wanted to outsmart us, so we had to outsmart 
them. No excuses. It was all the same to me, I wasn't interested in the 
fates of other people. Everybody said it was just business and that the 
family sticks together... It was different from living alone and nobody 
givin' a damn about you. Suddenly, you're respected by all the people you 
meet. Everybody knows you can help them, but you can also destroy their 
lives. And everybody tries to ingratiate themselves to you.

Norman: And what about the police? You walked away, just like that, from a 
massacre? Didn't you have any problem with that?

Tommy: You work for the police. You ought to know. You know the mafia runs 
the whole city. The Salieri family makes over 25 million bucks every year. 
The papers were full of it, but nobody saw nothing... if they wanted to 
stay alive. We paid off the bureaucrats 6 grand a month. Your bosses had 
liquor at trade price and got pay-offs for 'special jobs' from both Salieri 
and Morello. Case closed, lack of evidence. Cops would even move shipments 
of drink for us. I guess you'd have heard something about that.

Norman: So what about your two friends?

Tommy: Well, they were better off than you'd think. Salieri had a good doc 
for his boys, and it's not like he ever asked any questions. In a few 
weeks, they'd be healthy and back on the streets again. The only one who 
worried us was Morello. He wanted to be the big cheese, which Salieri 
couldn't let him do. Salieri had no intention of being in second place. You 
know... a person becomes a Don because of his thirst for power, and he 
doesn't care about any other rules than his own.

Tommy: That's how it is, detective - so he'd be his own boss, independent 
of the police, of the state, of anyone. That's why a person becomes a Don. 
Salieri and Morello both wanted it all. They kept sparring with each other, 
but they both knew that if it all blew up it would be hell. The big 
difference between them was in their methods - I heard a little story about 

(Morello's car is seen driving to a crossroads in the city. It stops 
abruptly and the car just behind accidentally crashes into it. Morello and 
his men get out angrily, and the man in the other car gets out too.)

Man: I... I... I'm sorry, sir. I... I... I didn't mean it...


Man: I... I... I was driving slowly, Mr. Morello. I... I don't know how...


Man: Err... no... sir... I only... I wanted... It's no... sir...

(Morello punches the man and proceeds to repeatedly smash his head on his 

Morello: No... bas-tard... gets... in... my... way!

(Morello kicks the corpse of the man and returns to his car. A policeman 
nearby watches the whole spectacle but does nothing. Then the camera 
switches back to Tommy and Norman.)

Tommy: Salieri built his respect as a businessman. Everybody knew that they 
didn't need to fear him if they did what they should. They knew that if 
they needed something, they could come to Mr. Salieri. So Salieri made 
friends, often helped people with various problems, and expected the same 
in return. When somebody crossed him, they broke a cardinal rule and 
everybody knew what would happen. Morello was just a mean bastard. He built 
his power through violence. Even his friends feared him. Most people just 
tried to avoid him.

1.7. Fairplay


(Tommy and Salieri are sitting at a table in the front area of the bar.)

Salieri: Listen, Tommy, I have a delicate job for you. I don't know anyone 
else who could do it better than you. You're a good driver, and you have 
experience. Well, to make it simple, tomorrow all the best motors are gonna 
race at the city track and I bet on one kid who's been a favorite up until 
now. I helped him along in his career a little. I like fast cars and I said 
to myself that I could make back a little on that investment. 

Salieri: You understand... And then Ralphy starts saying that some European 
has come over and his car is certain to win. Ralphy knows cars, he's real 
good with them, but otherwise he's a complete moron. What, he couldn't have 
told me BEFORE I bet on that kid? But still, what the hell is a guy, God 
knows from where, doing here, these are American races! Me and the 
Consiglieri here were thinking about what to do, because a lot of our boys 
have bet the same as me and they certainly wouldn't be happy if they lost 
their dough. And how would that make me look? Like an old idiot, Tommy! I 
can't let that happen.

Salieri: We thought with our consiglieri about what to do with it. If 
something happens to him - that's no way, it won't be fair play, I won't 
enjoy my winning at all. Ralph told me that he knows a guy who guards the 
race-track garage. Tonight you're gonna go there and take this European's 
car to a mechanic who knows his way around these machines. He'll take a 
look at theirs and maybe improve ours. As soon as he's finished working on 
it, you'll take it back. It's important that the car is back in its place 
before anybody catches on. And don't even think about crashing it or 
getting caught by the cops. Are we clear?

Tommy: Yes, boss.

Salieri: If you pull it off, you'll, of course, get a share of the 
winnings. Now, go. Ralph will tell you where and how.

(When night falls, Tommy goes to talk to Ralph outside the garage.)

Tommy: Hey, Ralphy, you got some news about this job?

Ralph: S... Sure, Tommy. You need to go to the c... city race track and 
borrow that m... m... motor there. My f... friend B... Bobby works there. 
Go round back there and a... along the w... way is the gate... gatehouse. 
T... Tell B... Bobby that Ralph s... sent you and Bobby'll take you to the 
car. It... It's already been agreed w... with him. Y... You's have to take 
it to the auto service of my f... friend Lucas Bertone. It's in New Ark 
under the Guiliano Bridge. He'll t... take a look at it and t... tune it a 
little. And then you just take it back.

Tommy: This should be easy enough...

Ralph: But y... you've gotta get it done before 1:15 AM when the guard 
changes, so that nobody kn... knows that somebody drove the motor in the 
night. Th... there can't even be a scratch on it a... and try to avoid the 
c... cops. Th... They mustn't catch you!

Tommy: Hmmm... and how'll I get there?

(Ralph shows Tommy to a Schubert Six car.)

Ralph: Well, I've got something new in. Ain't no big thing to sw... swipe 
one. W... Watch. You just stick a piece of w... wire in here and twist it a 
little and you get inside where you gotta join these two wires.

Tommy: Yeah, it shouldn't be a problem. Thanks, Ralphy.

Ralph: Now don't you go sparing the gas, Tom. Heh-heh!

(Tommy drives to the race track just outside the city and finds Bobby at 
the gatehouse.)

Bobby: Evenin', you must be Ralph's friend.

Tommy: That's right.

Bobby: Okay, we'll take your car.

(Tommy returns to his car. Bobby opens the gate and then gets in the car.)

Bobby: Go in and over to the garage.

(Tommy drives to the garage and they get out.)

Bobby: Okay, we're here, buddy. Come on, we haven't got a lot of time!

(Bobby opens one of the doors. The race car is inside.)

Tommy: Okay, is that it?

Bobby: Yeah, buddy, be real careful. There can't even be a scratch on it. 
And avoid the cops like the devil, cause this car'll be real obvious.

Tommy: That's right.

Bobby: In about half an hour the second guard'll come, so you gotta be back 
by then, buddy. And be real careful, that car goes fast. Maybe it's the 
fastest car in the world, who knows?

Tommy: Sure, Bobby, no problem. I'll take care of it in a half hour.

(Tommy takes the car and drives it to Lucas Bertone's shop in New Ark.)

Lucas: Hey there, you're from Mr. Salieri, right? I'm Lucas Bertone.

Tommy: Hi, I'm Tom.

(They shake hands.)

Tommy: They say you can take the bite out of this monster.

Lucas: I reckon so.

Tommy: Well, you'd better get movin', we only have 27 minutes left.

Lucas: Hmmm, it ain't much time. We'll see what can be done. You can hang 
out a while.

(Tommy goes out and smokes a cigarette. After a while he comes back.)

Tommy: Hey, how's it going in there?

Lucas: Just finished. You can go.

(Tommy gets in the car.)

Lucas: But you're gonna have to hurry, it ain't gonna run as well as when 
you first brought it in.

Tommy: Thanks, Mr. Salieri appreciates your work.

Lucas: Sure, give my regards to him. If he ever needs anything again I'd be 
glad to help out. I bet on the same driver as him...

(Tommy drives the car back to the garage at the race track in time. Bobby 
is waiting for him there.)

Bobby: So you pulled it off, buddy! And the car isn't even scratched!

Tommy: Thanks, Bobby. It really 'was' the fastest car in the world.

Bobby: Sure is, we're lucky you managed it. I bet on the Don's car, too.

Tommy: It seems everybody did.

Bobby: I bet on it, so did almost everybody in my neighborhood.

Tommy: I figure the driver's pretty important too.

Bobby: Sure. Well, I won't keep you. Goodnight.

Tommy: Take care, Bobby. Thanks for the help.

(Tommy leaves and returns. The next day, he enters Salieri's Bar. There is 
no one inside except for Luigi.)

Tommy: Hey, Luigi.

Luigi: Hey, Tommy.

Tommy: Where is everybody?

Luigi: They're all at the track, you're late.

Tommy: I needed to get a little sleep after last night's job.

Luigi: Sure.

(The phone rings. Luigi answers it.)

Luigi: Hello?

Luigi: Yes... Sir, he just got in... Sure... That's for you, Tom.

(He gives it to Tommy.)

Tommy: Hello?

Frank: Frank here, Tom! You did well yesterday, but now we need your help 
again. Come over to the racing track right away. That guy who was supposed 
to win the race got his arm broken by some thug. Probably no coincidence... 
Anyway, you're gonna have to race.

Tommy: But... but... Frank... I...

Frank: Tom, it's a half an hour before the race, and I don't have time to 
teach someone else how to drive. Christ Tom, this concerns a big bag of 
money. I hope you understand that?

Tommy: Yeah... okay... Frank, but...

Frank: So I expect to see you here at the track in a few minutes.

(Frank hangs up the phone. Tommy hangs it up too.)

Luigi: You don't look too excited...

Tommy: That's because I ain't.

(Tommy leaves the bar, drives to the race track and finds Frank at the 

Frank: Hey, Tommy, I knew we could count on you.

Tommy: You really want me to do this? I've never raced before!

Frank: Okay, I know it won't be easy, but we don't have a choice. If you 
can do it, we won't lose out...

Tommy: Do I look like I can do this? I don't even know the rules.

Frank: Look, it's a cake walk. You go five laps, and you need to come in 
first for us to win. If you come in second the dough's lost. But since we 
tuned that clown's car a little everything should go smoothly. Also, at 
those speeds it's quite normal for someone to bang into you, so watch out 
for those other bastards. Good luck, Tom... I know you can do it.

(Frank walks away a few steps.)

Tommy: Well, I don't believe it.

(Frank turns back.)

Frank: Tom, half the neighborhood and all our boys bet on the Don's boy. Do 
you know what it would mean if you lost? The Don would lose. You would lose 
all the respect which we've busted our asses to build up. People gave us 
their trust as well as their dough. Do you understand what's at stake?

Tommy: Yeah, I got it, Frank... I understand.

Frank: Take it easy, son. Show them what you're made of.

(The race begins and Tommy wins. He receives his trophy in front of a 
cheering crowd. Afterwards, there is a party at Salieri's Bar in 
celebration of his victory. Salieri talks to Tommy during the party.)

Salieri: I knew you wouldn't let us down, Tommy! You are really one of us 
now. A lot of people made a lot of money on that race, Tommy, and you get 
all the credit, so you won't come out short. You should stop by and see 
Lucas Bertone. He also bet and won a pile of money, so he wants to repay 
you, too... somehow.

Tommy: Okay, I will.

(A woman talks to Tommy as he leaves.)

Woman: Congratulations, you big hero.

Tommy: Thanks.

(Tommy goes to Lucas Bertone's shop.)

Tommy: Hello, is there anyone home?

Lucas: Hey, Tommy! Right here.

Lucas: Tom, congratulations on winning! You did great. I didn't really 
think you'd do it at first, but when you got going, I knew how it would 
end. Thanks to you I won a big bag of money, and just so you know I'm not 
ungrateful, I'll teach you a few tricks... See that beaut'?

(Lucas shows a large, yellow car to Tommy, a Lassiter V16 Phaeton.)

Lucas: You know I can't give you it, but I can show you how to lift one and 
where. Watch how easy it is to get into this baby.

(Lucas shows him how to pick the car's lock.)

Lucas: There you go. Piece of cake.

Tommy: Okay, I figure I can manage that.

Lucas: There's another one that belongs to a loaded official down at City 
Hall. During the day it sits in the car lot behind the Munipicial Building 
on Central Island.

Tommy: I think I might go and check if it's parked correctly.

Lucas: When you get tired of that, come back here. I always have something 

Tommy: Thanks, Lucas. I'll come by sometime after work. I'll be seein' you.

(Tommy goes and steals the car from the car lot and returns to Salieri's 

Tommy: (narrating) And so I made a few new friends and got my first luxury 
car. It didn't seem so bad being a gangster.

1.8. Sarah

(Tommy is sitting at the bar, having a drink.)

Tommy: (narrating) One evening, after a slow day, I was sitting alone at 
Salieri's and just drinking. Luigi came over to me and asked me if I 
wouldn't do him a favor.

Luigi: Hey, Tommy, you know my daughter, right?

(Tommy looks at the girl, who has previously been seen in some chapters 
working at the bar.)

Tommy: Yeah, Luigi. Nice girl. You must be proud.

Luigi: Thanks, Tommy. She sometimes helps out here behind the bar. Thing 
is, I don't want her to walk home alone tonight. Only yesterday, some 
stupid punks gave her some problems. You know with all that dirty talk and 
all that. You know I am worried about the girl, so I thought that maybe you 
could see her home. It's not far away... You're a gentleman, and you have a 
lot of respect in this neighborhood. Those punks wouldn't try anything with 
you around.

Tommy: No problem, Luigi. It'll be a walk in the park.

Luigi: Oh, Tom, you cannot imagine how grateful I am. Damn, I was worried, 
no one knows who these guys are! Come in for lunch tomorrow, and I'll do 
you something special... Sarah, come over here!

(Sarah walks over to Tommy and Luigi.)

Luigi: Sarah, this is Tommy.

(They shake hands.)

Luigi: He'll take you home and make sure those punks don't bother you 

Sarah: Hello, thanks a lot. It won't take you long. I don't live very far 
from here. Let me get my coat and then we can go.

Tommy: Okay, I'll wait for you outside.

(Tommy and Sarah start walking away from the bar.)

Sarah: It's really nice of you to be doin' this. Those clowns were really 
strange. I was really nervous.

Tommy: No problem, Paulie and I'll deal with those trouble-makers later...

Sarah: So, you also work for Mr. Salieri, don't you? He's a nice man, he's 
always a lot of fun.

Tommy: Yeah, I work for him sometimes. But we usually ain't laughing and 
havin' fun.

Sarah: So, what do you actually do?

Tommy: Hm, I usually just chauffeur the Don around. Even though he 
occasionally surprises me - like when he wanted me to drive in the race...

Sarah: Yeah, I saw that. You drove really well.

Tommy: Ah, I was just real lucky.

Sarah: You're so modest. It had to be more than luck to beat those guys.

Tommy: Well, I used to drive a taxi... and the only real racing I've ever 
done was the night before.

Sarah: There you go. You see, you got talent!

Tommy: Hmm... you might be right. Anyway, it wasn't too pretty. I don't 
like being in the spotlight.

(They enter an alley. Suddenly, three thugs appear before them.)

Thug: Hey, lookee here! Who's the cute pair?

Sarah: There they are!

Thug: What's up? You were alone last night, darling, and tonight you have a 

Tommy: Boys, I think it would be better if you'd just go away and not make 
any problems.

Thug: I think that the only one here with a problem is you, chief.

Tommy: If I were in your shoes, I'd leave right now. You never know what 
might happen.

Thug: We'll see, lover boy!

(The thugs attack Tommy.)

Sarah: Help! Help, we're being attacked!

Sarah: Help us somebody, please!

Sarah: Help! Call the police, help!

(Sarah runs into an adjacent alley while Tommy fights the thugs. They flee 
after a while and Tommy follows Sarah. He finds her cornered by three other 

Thug: Nice dress, sweetie! What you got under it?

Thug: Don't you want to take a real man and not some pimp hustler?

Thug: I'd like to have a piece of that slut. Uh-huh.

Thug: He he he he!

(Tommy beats them too, and they flee.)

Sarah: Oh, thank you! If you hadn't been there I don't know what would have 

Tommy: That's okay, Sarah. Anytime.

Sarah: I was really scared, Tom. Are you okay? Come on, we're almost home, 
I'll take a look at you there.

(They again start walking to her home.)

Sarah: I live alone right next door to pop. My mother left us not long 
after I was born. So, you work with Paulie too? He's really funny.

Tommy: Yeah, yeah. He's really funny. I always said that he could have been 
an actor.

Sarah: Sometimes he acts real strange, it's really creepy. I don't know how 
a person can change moods so suddenly. He must have gone through a lot in 
his life.

Tommy: Yeah, he's been around the block a few times. He grew up on the 
streets and everything rubbed off on him, maybe that's why he behaves kind 
of rough to strangers. He's real grateful to Don Salieri. Who knows what 
would have happened if he hadn't taken him under his wing.

Sarah: Yeah, Mr. Salieri even helped out my dad a lot. He's almost like a 
grandfather to me.

Tommy: Yeah, Don Salieri's a good guy.

(They arrive at her house.)

Sarah: Okay, here we are. Come inside.

(They go inside.)

Sarah: So this is my kingdom. Come in and take a load off, I'll have a look 
at your wounds.

Tommy: This is quite a kingdom.

(Tommy sits on the bed while Sarah takes first-aid materials from a 

Sarah: Roll up your sleeves, sir, help is at hand.

(She sits next to him and checks his wounded wrist.)

Sarah: Well, let's have a look... Hmm... It doesn't look too serious...

Tommy: Yeah, yeah, that's true. They looked a lot worse than they are.

Sarah: Hmm... Hold on a second, I'll clean it.

(She cleans and bandages his wrist.)

Sarah: There you go, it didn't even hurt.

Tommy: Thank you.

Sarah: It's me who should be thanking you.

(They look at each other for a few seconds.)

Sarah: Would you care for a drink, Tom?

Tommy: Well, I could use a little whiskey, if you got it.

Sarah: Sure thing.

(Sarah goes to get the whiskey.)

Tommy: (to himself) This evening's gettin' interesting.

(Sarah comes back with a glass.)

Sarah: Here you go, hero! So, do you swing?

Tommy: What?

Sarah: Do you like dancing? Music? I have a gramophone.

Tommy: Yeah, I like music.

(She turns the gramophone on, comes back and kneels by the bed next to 

Sarah: Are Salieri's men tough with everyone?

Tommy: We'll try to be gentle with people sometimes.

Sarah: Some of you, maybe... But only a few... And are you one of Salieri's 
tough guys?

Tommy: Only sometimes...

(Sarah sits on the bed next to him.)

Sarah: Well, I think you're a very good bad man...

Tommy: Sometimes I'm even a very bad good man.

(They kiss. Next, they are shown together in the bed.)

Tommy: (narrating) Sarah was an angel. I had a lot of girls before that, 
but that was something different. Very different. It was clear to me that 
if I was going to spend the rest of my life with someone, it would be with 

1.9. Better Get Used To It

(Tommy, Salieri, Frank, Paulie and Sam are having a meeting in the backroom 
of the bar.)

Tommy: (narrating) The very next day I told Salieri what happened with the 
punks. The gang of hoodlums had set up residence in his territory, causing 
trouble and scaring good people. Don Salieri was not pleased.

Salieri: What? In my territory? The nerve! And, on top of that, they attack 
defenseless women! Did anything happen to Sarah, Tommy?

Tommy: No, boss. She's okay... I took care of it.

Salieri: Good. Why the hell didn't Luigi say something? We could have taken 
care of this immediately. I won't stand for those chicken shits attacking 
people in my territory. Who do they think they are? They pay me for 
protection, so we've gotta get these punks and put them where they belong.

Paulie: Me and Tom'll fix it. Do those bastards think this is freakin' 
Lunapark, or something? I'll rip 'em apart with my own hands.

Salieri: Paulie, Paulie, take it easy. Nobody's killing anybody, get it? I 
want you to teach them a lesson. Break every bone in their bodies and leave 
'em laying in a pool of their own blood. Make sure those bastards need 
wheelchairs. Little kids'll laugh at their busted faces. Let everybody see 
what happens when somebody trashes my territory.

Tommy: Sounds interesting, boss.

Paulie: That ain't a bad idea at all...

Salieri: We'll need to find out where they're located. Big Biff might know 
something. He's always standing around at Chinatown. Go find him and ask 

Paulie: No problem, boss.

(Tommy talks to Frank before they leave.)

Frank: It's good that we're cleaning up the streets. People will trust us 
more knowing that the streets are safe in our territory.

(He then talks to Luigi.)

Luigi: Tom, thank you! Who knows what would have happened, if you hadn't 
walked Sarah home! I am indebted to you.

(Tommy and Paulie then go to Vincenzo.)

Vincenzo: Salute, boys! So, what'll it be today?

Paulie: We gotta give a few clowns a good beating, Vinny.

Vincenzo: The best bet would be these superb bats. This one here's 
autographed by one of the MVPs of the league.

(Vincenzo puts a bat on the table.)

Tommy: Wow, I can't believe it. Is this really his?

Vincenzo: Well... to tell you the truth it ain't. But if you're smashing 
someone in the face with it, they certainly won't question ya.

Paulie: We'll need some heaters too. You never know.

Vincenzo: My words exactly! I've got these Colt 1911s, great automatics.

(Tommy and Paulie take the pistols. Then they leave and drive to Chinatown, 
where they find Big Biff standing at a square.)

Biff: Howdy, partners, how's tricks?

Paulie: Hey there, you fat bastard. We need a little piece of information.

Biff: What's goin' on?

Paulie: A gang of jokers have set themselves up in our territory and 
they're giving people a bad time. They messed with Luigi's daughter. If it 
wasn't for Tom here, who knows what they would've done to her. We need to 
know where they meet so we can give them a message from Don Salieri.

Biff: You came to the right place, Paulie. I know what's goin' on. A few 
people have already had problems with them, and they told me they meet at 
the old service station near the Terranova Bridge. It's a little ways from 
here. You can get there through a sort of side doors across the yard. Send 
them my regards, Paulie.

Paulie: Thanks, Biff. I owe you one. We gotta go.

Biff: Sure! Take it easy, boys!

(They then drive to the service station and get out of the car.)

Paulie: I think this is the place.

(They open the metal doors leading to the station.)

Paulie: Let's do it! And remember, Tom, no shooting!

(They enter and run into two of the thugs.)

Paulie: Hey pal, Don Salieri sends his regards.

Thug: Go ahead, I'd really love to hear it!

(They fight the thugs and advance. Further ahead they see other thugs 
beating up a man. The man talks to them after the thugs are defeated.)

Man: Thanks, thank God you showed up. Finally someone's dealing with those 
bastards! The cops didn't lift a finger, because one of those punks is 
supposed to be the son of someone down at City Hall.

(Tommy and Paulie advance and encounter other thugs who have pistols.)

Thug: Somebody stopped in for a tuning!

Paulie: Tom, those bastards have heaters! Forget the baseball bats, it's 
life or death.

(They kill the thugs and press on. Further ahead they see two other thugs 
standing by a car. One of them sees Tommy and Paulie.)

Thug: What are you tryin' to pull here?

Paulie: I'm trying to kick your ass out of this part of town!

(Paulie opens fire on them.)

Thug: These guys are mafia, Johnny! Let's hit the road!

(The two thugs get in the car and drive away.)

Paulie: Oh shit! Quick, get to the car! We gotta get 'em!

(Tommy and Paulie get in the car and start to chase the car of the thugs. 
Eventually the thugs crash their car and stop. Tommy and Paulie get out and 
approach their vehicle. The thug in the right seat seems to be badly 
injured, while the one in the driver's seat is too shocked to get out.)

Paulie: Go and nail him!

(Tommy draws his gun and points it at the thug in the driver's seat, but he 
is hesitant to shoot. Paulie comes and shoots him.)

Paulie: You can't feel sorry for these animals. He'd shoot you in the back 
the first opportunity he gets.

Tommy: (narrating) I thought about what my mother or Sarah would do if they 
saw me there...

(Paulie walks towards the other thug, but he is apparently dead.)

Paulie: This one's finished. One less to worry about.

(Paulie sees that Tommy is still staring at the first thug killed by him.)

Paulie: Why are you standing here with that look on your face? Remember 
those guys wanted to do your girl yesterday. You better get used to it.

Tommy: I got used to it...

1.10. The Whore

(Tommy and Frank are walking on the street near Salieri's Bar.)

Frank: Your last mission didn't exactly work out, Tom. Your killing 
everybody means a lot of problems for us.

Tommy: They tried to rape Sarah! The cops oughtta thank me...

Frank: I know, but the one you let get away will make trouble.

Tommy: What, we didn't let anybody get away! They're all dead!

Frank: One lived, they pulled him out of the car wreck.

Tommy: Shit...

Frank: The one you killed was the son of a city councilor, the mayor's 
friend and Morello's accomplice. And the one who lived will go crying to 
the councilor. Daddy didn't exactly love his son, but in these cases a 
person can remember a lot of good things... By the way, his funeral's 

Tommy: Pity I can't make it...

Frank: You're lucky that second one didn't know who you are and couldn't 
give you up. But that's not why I sent for you. Tom, I have quite a 
delicate job for you today. C'mon, let's get in the car.

(They get in a car parked on the street in front of the bar.)

Frank: An owner of one of the businesses, which the Don has invested a lot 
of money in, has suddenly decided to forget his obligations and he has 
taken up with Mr. Morello. It seems that Morello is trying to test our 
limits. We're not going to play his game.

Tommy: So what's goin' down?

Frank: We're going to blow the place up.

Tommy: What? What kind of joint is it?

Frank: A hotel. Er... that is... it's a brothel, Tom. But no regular 
whorehouse, it's a place for classy society types.

Tommy: And I have to knock 'em all off?

Frank: Of course not... We'll just liquidate the owner and blow up his 
office. That should be enough of a warning for others.

Tommy: 'We' means 'me', right, Frank? I take out the owner and I blow up 
the hotel.

Frank: Exactly, and there's one more thing. One of their girls is passing 
information about our activities to Morello. We'll need her eliminated, 

Tommy: Frank... I have to kill a woman?

Frank: Worst luck, huh? Here's a photo of her.

(Frank shows Tommy a photo of the girl.)

Tommy: She's cute, and she looks familiar. Are you certain this is her?

Frank: Unfortunately, yes. Her big mouth has lost us a pile of money and 
some of our people.

Tommy: Why don't Paulie or Sam do it?

Frank: We know the place in and out. They'll be dead before they can get it 

Tommy: Hmm, so what's the plan?

Frank: It's Downtown, the Corleone Hotel. Find the boss and shoot him. You 
can do it in public, it'll be a warning. Then, take care of the girl. The 
owner's office is on the top floor. Grab any documents and money you find 
there, and then set up the explosives. You won't have time for much else.

Tommy: This won't be no picnic.

Frank: I know, but if we don't take care of this now, we're next in line.

Tommy: Maybe you're right.

Frank: The weapon and explosives are here in the car. Tom, good luck.

(Tommy goes to the hotel and enters the lobby. As he enters, a woman, 
apparently a prostitute, approaches a sailor sitting on one of the 

Prostitute: You want a good time, sweetie?

(They go upstairs. Tommy talks to another prostitute who walks into the 

Prostitute: Hi there, big boy, came to enjoy yourself? Why don't you buy me 
a drink? Today I feel like havin' a party! What about it? Hey, how're you 

(He then talks to a man sitting on a couch.)

Man: It's pretty quiet just now, but you just wait till the evening!

(Then he talks to the hotel proprietor at the reception desk.)

Tommy: Afternoon. Where would I find the manager, please?

Proprietor: He's in the hotel restaurant having lunch, sir. It's just 
through those doors. He's the man in the white suit.

Tommy: Much obliged. By the way, I'm looking for the girl in this photo. 
She works here, do you know where I could find her?

(Tommy shows the proprietor the photo of the prostitute.)

Proprietor: And who are you? A shamus, or vice? Naw, I've never seen her 
before. If you wanna enjoy yourself, choose from one of the girls down 

Tommy: Well, I'm no shamus. I just need to talk with her.

Proprietor: Like I said, never seen her. So be kind enough to get out and 
don't make no problems.

Tommy: Watch the mouth, old-timer. I ain't used to it...

Proprietor: Me neither, and my two-headed sawed-off from just under the 
counter was saying that your behavior is not acceptable, so I advise a 
slow, cool exit.

Tommy: Hmmm... I'll remember you...

(Tommy leaves the proprietor and makes his way towards the restaurant. He 
talks to a sitting man before the restaurant.)

Man: What do you think of the local girls? It's paradise here.

(He then enters the restaurant and talks to the waiter.)

Waiter: Excuse me, sir. I'll be with you in just a moment. Take a seat, 
I'll be right with you.

(Tommy goes up to the manager dining with a man at one of the tables.)

Tommy: This is the way everybody ends up when they sell out to Morello.

Manager: What do you mean? What's your business here? Help, there's some 
nut here! Deal with him, somebody! Get him out of here! Shoot him!

(The hotel guards rush to attack Tommy but he shoots the manager.)

Manager: Wha... wha... who... who... sent... eghrr ech... sent you? Argh... 
why? Arrgghh...

(The manager dies. Tommy deals with the guards and also with the proprietor 
who tries to kill him with his shotgun. He then goes to the backroom behind 
the reception desk and takes the room keys. He goes upstairs and enters one 
of the rooms to find the prostitute he is supposed to kill. There is no one 
in the room but he opens the door to the bathroom and finds the woman in 
the bathtub. He points his gun at her.)

Prostitute: Aaa... what... Tom?

(Tommy suddenly has a flashback and remembers that she is the woman who 
congratulated him in the bar upon winning the race.)

Tommy: Michelle?

(He takes another look at the photo.)

Michelle: What's going on? What are you gonna do? What do you want from me?

Tommy: I'm sorry, Michelle, but I heard that a bunch of people got knocked 
off because of your talk and someone lost a lot of dough. You're dangerous 
to us.

Michelle: It, it... it isn't true. It couldn't be true! Tom! Wait! I... 
I... didn't know I had... hurt anyone. I wanted to help my brother...

Tommy: (narrating) I knew it, this could only happen to me, a total screw-
up... I can't just kill a young girl... A young naive fool who wanted to 
help her own brother... Probably a real bastard... On the other hand, is it 
worth gettin' killed over it?

Tommy: Get dressed and get out...

Michelle: Thank you...

Tommy: This place is gonna blow in a little while. I don't wanna see you in 
this town again... Nobody can see you here anymore.

Michelle: Thank you so very much...

Tommy: In this town you're dead. Go away and never show your face here 
again... Get it?

Michelle: I promise you will never hear about me again.

(Tommy leaves her in the room and goes to the manager's office on the top 
floor. He kills a guard that is inside. Then he takes some documents from 
the desk and plants the explosives under it. He then quickly gets out of 
the room, runs across the hallway and jumps from a window to a rooftop on 
the other side. The bomb detonates just as he jumps and a fierce fire 
erupts in the building.

Tommy: Just regular work...

(Tommy heads away from the hotel, moving across rooftops and fighting 
police squads that are dispatched to the scene. He eventually gets to the 
roof of a church by using a wooden ladder as a bridge between two rooftops. 
The ladder falls just as he gets to the other side.)

1.11. The Priest

(The roof of the church is damaged and apparently under construction, and 
thus Tommy is able to move down. When he gets to the lowest floor he 
encounters a black curtain. Looking through the curtain, he sees a priest 
giving a speech at a funeral ceremony. Right next to the priest, the 
councilor's son killed by Tommy and Paulie lies in a coffin. It is 
apparently his funeral, which Frank mentioned before the mission.)

Priest: ... and was taken from us unexpectedly. The Lord awaits his flock 
with opened arms and those such as Billy are awaited in the heavenly realm.

(Tommy sees Billy's father and crying mother on a front bench.)

Priest: Billy was a good son, brother and friend. We will all remember him 
in that light and pray for his salvation, since he did so much good. And 
now Billy's friend, who was with him during the last moments of his short 
life on this Earth, would like to say a few words. Come, my son!

(The thug who was with Billy stands up and comes to give his speech.)

Thug: Thank you, father... You know, I wanted to pay my respects to Bill 
today and to tell him that I considered him as my own brother, and that his 
death was a great loss for me. I was present at his death...

(The priest approaches the curtain and sees Tommy.)

Priest: Huh? Er... What are... that is, how...

(The thug also sees Tommy.)


(Most of the men on the benches take out their guns and the councilor and 
his wife leave.)

Man: Get down, father!

(A gunfight ensues between Tommy and the men. They taunt him before he 
comes out of the curtain.)

Man: Do you hear me? We got plenty of time.

Man: Hey, you little rat, come down here! We'll throw you a party!

Man: C'mon down, you big hero! Show us what you're made of!

Man: Where are you? You wet your pants?

(Tommy kills the men and then walks to Billy's coffin. As he does so, he 
hears someone behind him and turns, pointing his gun in that direction. It 
is the priest.)

Priest: Oh, it is only I... my son, don't shoot, I am unarmed...

(Tommy lowers his gun.)

Priest: What have you done, my son? Such suffering for nothing! God is 
forgiving, but this is terrible... Don't you know murder is the greatest 

Tommy: I... know, father... but somehow everything got fouled up. I made a 
mistake somewhere... So many people have died without reason. They could 
have done much more with their lives...

(He pauses for a second.)

Tommy: Father, these people were criminals, cheats, murderers. The one 
lying in the front wanted to rape my girl. Maybe God wanted it this way. A 
lot of people will have an easier life because of this.

Priest: Yes, the Lord works in mysterious ways... But what about you? You 
can look yourself in the face? Your hands are stained with blood that 
you'll never wash off.

Tommy: I know that, father...

Priest: Look around you! Such a waste! We'll have to consecrate the church 
again! Everything is shot up! I can't let my parishioners in here! What am 
I going to do?

Tommy: Maybe this'll help?

(Tommy gives him some money.)

Tommy: Pray for my soul, father. I'll need it.

Priest: I will, my son. I certainly will.

(Tommy walks away and then pauses.)

Tommy: By the way, father... Your little speech about Billy... I'm 
wondering about your conscience... Billy wasn't such a good person, and he 
didn't do good when he was alive...

(Tommy leaves the church and drives away in a hearse in front of it. 
Although the police are after him, he manages to reach Salieri's Bar.)

1.12. Intermezzo Two


(Tommy and Detective Norman are talking in the cafe.)

Norman: You must be joking, right? How could you get through this?

Tommy: Now it was really bad. Billy's pop, the council man, wasn't very 
happy with us, and he was in bed with Morello's. Without the mafia's help, 
he wouldn't have got his seat. He also started to mobilize the police. So 
we now had both the mob and the police against us.

Norman: Ah, come on...

Tommy: Hey, both sides benefited from it. The police could look good in the 
fight against crime and at the same time get fat pay-offs from Morello, who 
they left alone. And with the help of the police, Morello could eliminate 
his greatest competitor. An ideal situation, and things were going bad for 
us. Salieri lost a bundle, and I wasn't doing too good after all that 
killing. It started to seem, that there was no point to anything, that I 
should enjoy everything as much as possible and quickly while I still had 
the chance, when it's so easy to lose your life. Maybe that's why Paulie 
and me started drinking.

Norman: You weren't fallin' apart maybe?

Tommy: My life was just a trail of murders, crimes and alcohol. If Frank 
hadn't helped me out I would have ended up worse. It was weird, but 
suddenly he came to me and wanted to help.

(Frank is seen walking out of the bar. Tommy is standing next to a car 

Frank: Could you give me a ride home, Tommy?

Tommy: Sure, Frank, get in.

(They get in the car and Tommy starts to drive.)

Frank: So, how's life, Tommy?

Tommy: Yeah, going okay, just... just... oh, nothing...

Frank: I heard you and Paulie are living it up, you two are getting pretty 
well-known around town.

Tommy: Just something to do with our money.

Frank: If you don't want to end up a wreck, Tom, find some meaning in your 

Tommy: What? You want to preach to me about a sense of life?

Frank: I've seen a few good guys who couldn't deal with their problems and 
they end up real bad. Usually somebody knocks you off for your money, or 
maybe you go nuts and all your buddies and pretty dames disappear. Anyway, 
the Don doesn't want drunks with trembling hands working for him. Those 
kind of people just bring problems. If you don't watch out, the next thing 
you know, your best friend kills you without blinking an eye.

Tommy: What should I do then?

Frank: Come on, be yourself! Maybe invest the dough in some kind of 
investment. I could give you a few tips. Give up the partying. Go to the 
races with the Don on Sundays. Try taking a dame to the theater, or at 
least the movies. There's a lot of things you can do.

Tommy: And who should I take, Frank? A decent girl doesn't want a killer.

Frank: You know, a policeman will 'murder' to uphold the law... you enforce 
our laws. It's the same thing, we're just on the other side of the fence. 
You're not a murderer, Tom, but still, your wife mustn't interfere with 
your business. Remember, never take the job home, it just brings trouble.

Tommy: And where would I find a woman for me, Frank?

Frank: I thought that you had something with Luigi's daughter, Sarah. I 
think she's a wonderful girl. But you alone know best how far it'll go with 

Tommy: I'm not going to endanger somebody like Sarah, Frank...

1.13. A Trip To The Country


Tommy: (narrating) One day Frank asked me to stop by at the bar. He said he 
had a little job for me, so, of course, I showed up.

(Tommy is seen walking towards Frank in the backyard of the bar. It is 
nighttime and it is raining.)

Frank: Tom, we've got two trucks full of the best liquor coming in from 
Canada. Sam's gone out to the hand-off point to meet them. They're at an 
old farm outside of town and we need to get the shipment to the city. I'm 
sending two trucks out, Paulie's going with one of them. I want you to go 
with them and keep an eye over everything. Just to make sure it all goes 
smoothly. Get a car from Ralphy, and join up with Paulie over at our 
warehouse. Paulie'll give you some weapons when you get there.

Tommy: Okay, Frank.

(Frank leaves. Tommy talks to Ralph.)

Tommy: So what have you got for me today, Ralphy?

Ralph: Hey T... Tom, I have h... here a new machine for you. It has 65 
horsepower and if you put your foot down, it'll go over 75 miles per hour.

(Ralph takes him to a Bolt V8 car.)

Ralph: Th... they put a new l... lock on it, but it ain't no p... problem. 
Here watch...

(Ralph picks the lock of the car.)

Ralph: S... see, it's real easy! You can t... take this car, or something 
older, wha... whatever you want.

Tommy: Thanks, Ralphy.

(Tommy takes a car and drives to the warehouse, where he finds Paulie 
waiting with two trucks and two other men.)

Paulie: Hey, Tommy. We're goin' to a farm outside of town to pick up a 
couple o' truckloads of good booze. We wanted you with us in case of any 
trouble, but it should be real easy. You won't really have to do nothing, 
just be there. The boys'll load up the trucks and we'll come back. Sam is 
already there waitin' for us, so probably be drinking most of it before we 
even get there. I'll do the drivin'. The cops have been paid off, so 
there's nothing to worry about.

Tommy: Looks like I could've just stayed home and slept.

Paulie: Hey, if I gotta be up, you gotta be up.

(They get in the truck.)

Paulie: Let's go.

(Paulie drives away and they are soon out of the city.)

Paulie: This is the life, total ease, countryside, no stress. You know, we 
oughta do this more often.

Tommy: Better in the daytime...

Paulie: Haha, I think you'd rather be with Luigi's little girl, Sarah, 
right? That's your nightshift, he he...

Tommy: Lay off... What d'you know about it?

Paulie: Same way as everybody else knows! Heck, even Luigi knows that 
you're chasing her. I figure he ain't too bothered, you saved her virginity 
after all... he he he... But I bet you stole it right back, hm?

Tommy: Shut up, Paulie! I didn't know you were there?

Paulie: Ah, c'mon, Tom! I'm kidding, she's a good girl. You're good for 
each other.

Tommy: I ain't so sure. Somehow, I can't imagine coming home and saying: 
"Guess what, Sarah? Had a hell of a day at work today, I had to kill ten 

Paulie: You can't talk about stuff like that at home. If you don't act like 
the way they describe you in the papers and you're good to her, she'll 
ignore all that crap. Hey! Hehe, she is loaded!

Tommy: So it seems normal to you to hide who you really are from your own 
wife your whole life?

Paulie: Don't worry so much...

(At that moment they reach the hand-off point on the perimeter of the farm, 
but there is no one there.)

Paulie: Dammit...

Tommy: What's going on?

Paulie: Sam should be waiting here, but he isn't.

Tommy: It smells fishy.

Paulie: Look, we'll wait here with the trucks, you'll go quietly check out 
what's going on.

Tommy: Thanks for the confidence...

Paulie: Here's some toys to take with you.

(Paulie gives Tommy a shotgun and they get out of the truck. Tommy goes off 
to the farm while Paulie stands by the trucks with the two other gangsters. 
Tommy investigates the farm but almost all the doors are locked, including 
those of a large barn in the middle. He finally finds one of the trucks 
carrying the shipment. When he opens the door to the cabin the driver falls 
out dead.)

Tommy: Jesus!

Man: Your friend is fallen sick.

(Two armed men appear behind Tommy. Alarmed, he turns to face them.)

Tommy: Who are you? Are you from the police?

Man: Mr. Morello and the sheriff would like to send their regards and 
inform you that from this point on, they'll be taking over your duties 

(Tommy shoots one of the men with his shotgun. The other man tries to shoot 
him but he dodges the bullet. A gunfight ensues with more men attacking 
Tommy from different sides. He fights them and manages to return to the 
hand-off point, where Paulie and the other two gangsters are successfully 
fighting off a few attackers. One of their trucks explodes during the 

Tommy: They're all dead.

Paulie: What?

Tommy: The truck crew, out there in the back, they wasted them.

Paulie: What? What about Sam, did you see him?

Tommy: No, I didn't see him. But the barn was locked. He might be in there.

Paulie: We ain't leavin' without him. We have to go back and get him.

Tommy: Okay, we'll go back, but we gotta find a crowbar or something so we 
can break open that barn door.

Paulie: Okay. Let's go. You boys stay here for now and watch the trucks. 
Waste anyone who gets within a hundred yards. Besides us, of course!

Gangster: Okay, boss.

(Tommy and Paulie go back to the farm and see a smaller barn next to the 
larger one.)

Paulie: Come on, there must be something in this barn to force this door 

(They kill the men who haven taken up position inside the barn and find a 
long metal bar. Paulie takes it and they go to the door of the large barn.)

Paulie: I'll force it open, then we'll run in. We gotta keep each other 
covered, okay?

(Paulie forces the door open with the bar.)

Paulie: Let's go!

(They storm the barn and kill the men inside. They find Sam lying on the 
top floor. He is apparently badly wounded.)

Paulie: Jesus, what have they done to you? You still in one piece?

Sam: Eh... Just in the wrong place at the wrong time again, I guess...

Paulie: Can you walk?

Sam: Probably not too good.

Paulie: Okay, hang on, I'll get the truck. We'll get you to the doctor. 
You'll make it! Sam! Tom, wait here with him, I'll be back in a second.

(Paulie leaves.)

Tommy: It'll be okay, Sam. We've gotten through worse.

Sam: Sure... We have?

(The sound of a vehicle is heard after a while.)

Tommy: Paulie's coming.

Sam: Tom, I don't think that's no truck...

Tommy: Shit!

(Tommy looks out and sees several police vehicles outside the barn. The 
policemen attack the barn and he kills them. Then, Paulie's voice is 

Paulie: What the hell's goin' on here? Tom, are you alive? Get out here and 
help me!

(Tommy goes out and meets Paulie outside by the truck.)

Tommy: Christ, that was a massacre!

Paulie: This is one hell of a night.

Tommy: It looks like they want to get us completely out of the picture.

Paulie: Yeah? Well, that ain't gonna be so easy. Is Sam okay upstairs?

Tommy: Yeah, he's okay. At least he isn't any worse.

Paulie: Okay, I'll get him. You keep watch here.

(Paulie goes into the barn.)

Paulie: Sam! It's me, Paulie! C'mon, we're goin' home.

Sam: UUUGH, we're goin' to the doctor... I ain't feelin' so good... I must 
be coming down with something...

Paulie: Hmm, I guess so, your nose is runnin' a little.

(Paulie comes out of the barn carrying Paulie.)

Paulie: Sam, I'll put you in the back. Tom will be with you, just in case.

Sam: Okay.

Paulie: Tom, go with him and keep an eye out. There's a Thompson if you 
need it.

Tommy: Got it.

(As Paulie puts Sam in the back of the truck, Tommy sees the headlights of 
more cars coming towards the farm.)

Tommy: Paulie, it looks like we got more company.

(Paulie gets out of the back of the truck.)

Paulie: There's a Thompson and some ammo back there. Get behind those 
crates and watch out. Fire as soon as they get behind us. MAKE SURE THEY 

(Paulie gets in the driver's seat while Tommy climbs in the back. They 
start to drive away from the farm towards the city, pursued by several 
cars. Tommy manages to kill their occupants with his Thompson. They 
eventually reach the house of the doctor in the city.)

Paulie: We're here. Tom, get Sam ready, I'll go wake the doc up.

(Tommy lifts Sam.)

Tommy: Sam, we're at the doctor.

(Paulie knocks on the doctor's door. It opens after a few seconds.)

Doctor: God, is that you, Paulie? What are you doing here so late?

Paulie: Good evening, doc. I'm sorry, but we had an accident.

Doctor: Okay. Where is he? Bring him inside.

Paulie: Okay.

(Tommy brings Sam inside, and then he and Paulie get in the truck and drive 

Paulie: That was our doctor, he doesn't ask questions and Sam is in good 

Tommy: Are you sure that he isn't just an untrained butcher?

Paulie: Definitely not! He is the best! The best paid doctor in the city. 
If you get hurt, you will be thankful that we have him.

Tommy: Okay, I hope he'll do his best for Sam.

(They reach the warehouse and get out of the truck.)

Tommy: Uff... At least that's all over. We could have all ended up a lot 
worse off than Sam did.

Paulie: When I catch that bastard who double-crossed us, I'll tear his head 

Tommy: It looks like someone has had enough of us.

Paulie: It sure does. I don't know about you, but I'm goin' to get a shot 
of something. When the Don finds out what happened there'll be hell to pay! 
This means a real war. And it ain't good.

Tommy: It certainly ain't.

Paulie: All right, so good night, Tom. Have a good night, or at least, try 
to have one.

(Tommy takes his car and drives to Lucas Bertone's shop.)

Lucas: Ahh! Tommy, you've come like a gift from heaven! A stoolie just 
called me and said that the cops wanna pick one of my friends up! Hey, we 
gotta let him know as fast as possible. He lives in a house in Hoboken. 
Could you go and warn him?

Tommy: Okay, Lucas.

(Tommy drives to the man's house and knocks on his door. The man answers 
from inside.)

Man: What is it? What do you want this time at night?

Tommy: Lucas Bertone sent me! You gotta disappear, the cops will be here 
any minute!

Man: Shit! Thank Lucas for me! And you too, of course! I better go out the 
back so no-one sees me. Goodbye.

Tommy: Good luck.

(Moments later, a police car pulls up next to the house and several 
policemen burst inside. Tommy returns to Lucas.)

Lucas: So what?

Tommy: Fine, went well. He thanked you and then quickly disappeared.

Lucas: Ah, thank God! Hey, I have a reward for you, Tommy.

(Lucas shows an Ulver Airstream car to Tommy.)

Lucas: Hey, this is totally new. It's a little different than those other 
cars. It's the first line of cars with an aerodynamic form. Hey, they look 
pretty sharp to me, but many people don't like 'em. The main thing is that 
it purrs like a kitten. Yeah.

(Lucas picks the car's lock.)

Lucas: And you can snag one easy. You just stick this wire in here, boom, 
that's it! One guy who lives in Oakwood has the same model. He parks it in 
front of the garage next to his house, eh.

Tommy: Great, thanks.

(Tommy goes and steals the car and then returns to Salieri's Bar.)

1.14. Omerta

(Tommy and Salieri are talking in the backroom of the bar.)

Salieri: Yesterday was the worst disaster we've had! We lost eight men, the 
whole shipment and Sam can't even stand up. This is a war and we're in a 
hell of a fix! He's already got the prosecutor on his side, and he's 
digging up a load of dirt on us. He's also pretty close to the councilor 
whose boy you knocked off, Tommy, so he's got the cops after us.

Tommy: They ain't got nothing on us.

Salieri: That's where you're wrong. Yesterday Frank handed over all our 
account books. The prosecutor is having a field day.

Tommy: Dammit!

Salieri: Frank wouldn't be out for blood, but he doesn't seem to mind too 
much if I go to jail for life. Those account books will give the prosecutor 
a truckload of evidence for the case against us, but without Frank it'll be 
for nothing. We've got to liquidate Frank...

Tommy: You mean hit him? You tryin' to tell me I've gotta knock Frank off?

Salieri: More than twenty years I've known Frank. All I got, I got with 
him. But Frank broke the Omerta. I don't know why, but he must have his 
reasons. And we've got our own reasons to rub him out and get those books 
back. Otherwise, we'll do time. And plenty of it.

Tommy: Whatever you want, boss. If there ain't no other way...

Salieri: There isn't! I figure today's our last chance to do something 
before they move Frank out of our reach.

Tommy: What do you want me to do?

(Salieri puts the photos of two men on the table. One of them is Big Biff.)

Salieri: First, find these men and find out where they've got Frank. 
They're good stoolies. They have connections with the cops and in the court 
house, one of them is sure to know. You already know Big Biff's from 
Chinatown, and Little Tony's always loafing on the island near the museum. 
Then, track down Frank. Whatever you do, don't kill him till he tells you 
where those books are. Capisci?

Tommy: Got it.

Salieri: Frank's going to have protection, you'll have to knock them off 
first. Once you know where the books are, kill him.

Tommy: Okay, boss, whatever you want.

Salieri: Good luck, Tommy. Get a gun from Vincenzo and a car off Ralphy. 
And remember, if you don't do this right, we're done for.

(Tommy leaves.)

Salieri: (to himself) Goddamit, what have you done, Frank? You were a 
brother to me.

(Tommy goes to Vincenzo.)

Tommy: Hello, Vince. I guess you know why I'm here.

Vincenzo: Right... What can you do? Frank knew what would happen.

Tommy: What do you got for me?

(Vincenzo puts a Colt 1911.)

Vincenzo: A Colt 1911 should be enough, but here's a sawed-off as well.

(He brings a sawed-off shotgun from the cabinet.)

Vincenzo: In Sicily they call it a Lupara. When they find someone shot by 
one of these babies, everyone knows the deal. Unfortunately, this is the 
perfect situation to use it. It's got a short range, but it covers a lot of 
real estate. You can't miss.

Tommy: I'd never thought that I'd meet with Sicilian tradition like this.

(Tommy takes the guns and goes to Ralph.)

Tommy: What've you got for me today, Ralphy?

Ralph: Hey T... Tommy, I got a new car. Just a bit better than that V8, has 
80 horsepower. Pretty good little machine.

(Ralph takes Tommy to a Schubert Extra Six car and shows him how to pick 
its lock.)

Ralph: They changed the locks a bit, but they're no problem when you're in 
the business.

Tommy: Thanks, Ralphy.

(Tommy drives away and finds Big Biff in Chinatown.)

Tommy: Greetings from Mr. Salieri, Biff. We need to know where the cops've 
got Frank.

Biff: Sorry, Tommy. I don't know nothing about it. Pay Little Tony a visit, 
he's 'like this' with the cops. 

(Tommy talks to him again.)

Biff: Little Tony knows more.

(Tommy goes to talk to Little Tony.)

Tommy: How are you, Tony? Mr. Salieri needs to know where the cops are 
holding consiglieri Frank and Big Biff suggested you might know something.

Tony: Hey there, Tom. Look, I don't know where they've got Frank exactly, 
but I do know there's a scumbag that's been blurtin' stuff, something about 
Frank and the cops the other day. They call 'im Idiot Joe, 'cos he's a 
complete idiot. He hangs out on the lot under the bridge. You'll know him. 
He's completely bald.

Tommy: Great, Tony. I owe you one.

(Tommy talks to him again.)

Tony: Joe's on the lot under the bridge, and he knows something.

(Tommy goes and finds Joe at the parking lot mentioned by Little Tony.)

Tommy: Hey there, you Joe by chance?

Joe: Got the wrong guy, I'm Pete.

Tommy: Well, then I'm George.

Joe: Sorry to hear that.

Tommy: Say, ain't you got a twin brother by the name of Joe?

Joe: My brothers ain't none of your business.

Tommy: Well... I gotta talk to somebody named Joe damn quick.

Joe: Don't know that fella.

Tommy: I ain't gettin' through to you, it's pretty damn important.

Joe: What's important is that you gotta scram!

Tommy: Take it easy. I ain't leaving till I find out where Joe is.

Joe: That's tough, George. Mom used to always say: Joe, don't go talking to 
strangers or taking their candies!

Tommy: What did I tell you, JOE!

Joe: Go screw yourself.

Tommy: I wanna know where the fuzz's got Salieri's consiglieri Frank and 
you're my man.

Joe: What nut told you that, I dunno shit. Jeez.

Tommy: Don't try and rile me, Joe. Just remember real quick.

Joe: Christ, I told ya I dunno anything about it, buck. Just scram.

Tommy: You wanna play hardball, huh? Spill it!

Joe: Buzz off!

Tommy: COME ON, Joe!

Joe: Go to hell.

Tommy: Where's Frank, Joe?

Joe: You deaf or what?

(Tommy starts to punch Joe. Joe cowers on the ground.)

Joe: Okay, okay already, you win, man. You win! For Christ's sake, stop 
hitting me, I'll spill the beans.

Tommy: I'm all ears...

Joe: Frank and those bastards agreed that if he gave the account books 
they'd pack him off to Europe. You'd better move it, he's probably leaving 
today. They've been holding him in some joint opposite the tennis courts in 
Oak Alley. That's all I can tell ya. Now leave me alone, you rat!

Tommy: You've been a big help, Joe. Next time get to the point a bit 

(Tommy drives to the tennis courts in Oakwood. Just opposite the courts, a 
Highway Patrol vehicle is waiting in front of a house.)

Tommy: It looks like I'm at the right place.

(At that moment, Frank walks out of the house, accompanied by a few police 
agents. They get in the car and drive away.)

Tommy: Jesus, that was close! They must be worried about Frank if they're 
driving him around in an armor-plated car. I'll follow them and see where 
they are headed.

(Tommy follows the car carrying Frank. It stops at the airport and Frank 
and the agents get out.)

Agent: He's here!

(The agents notice Tommy and quickly rush Frank into the first building. 
When Tommy enters it, they open fire on him. He kills all of them and 
Frank, who has been hiding behind the counter, runs out. There are 
apparently more agents outside.)

Agent: Hurry!

(Tommy pursues Frank outside. The agents try to stop him at the hangars. As 
they are fighting, a truck pulls up near the hangars and a mechanic working 
at the airport gets out.)

Mechanic: Shit, what's goin' on?

(The mechanic attacks the agents with his crowbar and is killed. Tommy 
continues to look for Frank and finds him at a parking lot. He kills his 
guards and confronts him with his sawed-off shotgun.)

Frank: Tom...

Tommy: Frank, the Don sent me, and you know why.

Frank: I know why... I know...

Tommy: I don't get what happened to you, I thought you were my friend. I'd 
never guessed that something like this would happen... Why the hell did you 
do it?

Frank: Tom, I couldn't go on this way. Too many people have died lately and 
I don't have the stomach for it. It used to be different with the Don in 
the old days. Maybe I'm just getting too old. Tom, this is a war and I 
don't want to fight anymore. I got a child and I thought I'd finally get 
some peace.

Tommy: You couldn't have done this some other way? You didn't have to sell 
us out!

Frank: They came for me and I had to surrender. They have my wife and 
daughter, Tom. And if I don't give them the books, they'll kill them. 
Before we used to solve things like men. You, Paulie or Sam would get them 
back, but I can't take that risk this time. I don't want to lose them, Tom, 
I can't live without them. They told me if I did what they wanted they'd 
release them and send us to Europe, where we'd start again.

Tommy: COPS! The cops are blackmailing you and want to kill your family?

Frank: Ever since you and Paulie killed that Billy kid, the cops and 
Morello have been working hand in hand. That councilor, the kid's father, 
got where he is thanks to Morello. Morello wanted to get me to talk and the 
police would then liquidate the Don. Both sides would then get what they 

Tommy: I'm afraid the situation has changed somewhat. Where are the books, 

Frank: I haven't got them, Tom.

Tommy: You handed them over already?

Frank: No, no, Tom. I'll tell you where they are, if you get my wife and 
daughter back. We were supposed to wait here at the airport, so they must 
be holding them somewhere around here. Kill me after if you want, just make 
sure they get out of this city alive.

Tommy: Fine, but you'll have to give me those books first, Frank.

(Tommy straps Frank to a lamp-pole with handcuffs he has taken from a dead 

Tommy: Sorry, but they're in case you're lying.

(Tommy enters a waiting room nearby, looking for Frank's family. Inside 
there is a man talking on the phone.)

Man: Send someone here quickly! We heard shots, and we thought it'd be 
better to stay inside. I don't know what to do, they must be some kind of 
hoods. Uh-huh. Okay. But hurry!

(Tommy finds a woman and a little girl.)

Tommy: Are you Frank's wife?

Woman: Oh, you've come to save us. I am indebted to you... Where is Frank?

Tommy: He's here. Wait here, I'll be right back.

(Tommy returns to Frank.)

Tommy: They're okay, Frank. Come with me.

(They together go back to Frank's family.)

Frank's Wife: FRANK! Oh, good grief, I was so afraid! Thank God you're 

Frank: Thanks, Tom. They promised they'd give me plane tickets when I gave 
them the books. Those tickets must be here somewhere. Could you try to find 

Tommy: Okay, I'll do that, Frank. Wait here for me. I hope you ain't 
planning no funny business.

(Tommy talks to Frank again before leaving.)

Frank: I'm sorry about what happened, Tom, but I couldn't help it. Have you 
got the tickets? They must have them here somewhere. Hurry up, Tom. The 
flight leaves in a while, we don't have much time.

(Tommy talks to Frank's wife.)

Frank's Wife: I'm glad you got rid of those crooks. The police behave worse 
than gangsters. I think the plane's taking off soon. Poor Alice, all of 
this isn't good for her. You are such a good person, Tom.

(Tommy goes and finds the tickets in the main building of the airport. Then 
he returns to the waiting room and finds Frank and his family waiting at 
the entrance.)

Tommy: Here you go, Frank.

(He gives the tickets to Frank.)

Frank: Thanks, Tom. Let me say goodbye to March and Alice and then we'll 
sort out this business.

March: Frank! You aren't flying with us? What, what...

Frank: I can't, March. Tommy and I have a very serious situation here that 
we must sort out. Right, Tom?

Tommy: Frank, just tell me where the books are and go with them.

Frank: What? How would you explain it to the Don?

Tommy: Forget about it, that's my problem. Where are the books?

Frank: I'll never forget this... Here is the key to a safe box in the First 
National Bank downtown. The books are there. Take it, Tom.

(Frank gives Tommy a key.)

Tommy: Thanks.

Frank: And Tom... Thanks for everything you've done for us, I'm indebted to 
you. And tell the Don I'm sorry for the way things had to end.

Tommy: To the Don, you're dead, Frank. If he finds out you're not, then 
this isn't finished. Now just go.

March: Tommy, I'll never forget how you helped us, God bless you.

Alice: Goodbye, mister!

Frank: And don't forget what I told you in the car that time.

(Frank leaves with his family.)

Tommy: (narrating) In the end your best friend kills you. Frank told me 
that in the car. And now it was me who was meant to kill a friend. Only I 
didn't do it. Don't do to others what you wouldn't want them to do to you, 
or however they say it. And I didn't want Paulie to knock me off anytime 
soon. I may have given him a reason to do just that today. I brought it on 
myself. I just hope he likes me as much as I like Frank.

(Tommy leaves the airport and is confronted by several policemen at the 
entrance, apparently called in by the man in the waiting room. He kills 
them and drives away from the airport. He then goes to the bank and 
collects the account books.)

Tommy: (narrating) Frank didn't lie, the briefcase with the account books 
was in the safe box. It was no problem getting it.

(Tommy visits Lucas Bertone after leaving the bank.)

Lucas: Hello there, Tommy! How's it going?

Tommy: Fine and you?

Lucas: I'm great, but some bouncer from Hoboken beat up my buddy. He hangs 
around the Black Cat Bar. You know, I want someone to go and teach him a 

Tommy: That won't be a problem.

Lucas: You'd do that, Tommy? Oh, that's great. Hey, but don't shoot him. I 
don't want you to kill him, just hit him until he begs for mercy. If you do 
this, then I'll get you a real exhibition piece.

Tommy: Sure, what's the scum look like?

Lucas: He's a real big gorilla. Some character at the Black Cat Bar, you 
can't miss him. His name's Big Stan. You just tell him it's a lesson from 

Tommy: Okay, I'll go to it.

(Tommy goes and finds the man near the bar.)

Tommy: Big Stan?

Stan: Who wants to know?

Tommy: I've got a message from Carlo.

Stan: You wanna get it like him, or what?

Tommy: No, not me. It looks like today you're in luck!

(They have a fistfight and Stan eventually runs away.)

Stan: Shit, you bastard! I'll get you.

(Tommy returns to Lucas.)

Lucas: So he learned his lesson?

Tommy: If he doesn't get new teeth, he'll have to eat baby food.

Lucas: Heh heh! Carlo will be real happy!

Tommy: So, where's the car?

(Lucas shows a Thor 810 car to Tommy.)

Lucas: A guy in the Millionaire's Quarter up in Oak Hill has got it. It's a 
minor technical revolution. Great motor, drives real good. It's front-wheel 
drive, you see.

Tommy: Yeah, movie stars drive those cars.

Lucas: That's right. Look at the lock, it's a piece of cake. But when you 
go for it, be careful. The guy has some bodyguards.

Tommy: Thanks, Lucas.

(Tommy goes to steal the car, but a guard at the parking lot sees him 
trying to pick the lock.)

Guard: You bastard! Don't touch that car! Thief! Police!

(Tommy kills the guard, takes the car and returns to Salieri's Bar.)

1.15. Visiting Rich People

(The camera shows Frank's gravestone, which says "FRANK COLLETTI 1877-
1933", in a cemetery.)

Tommy: (narrating) Luckily, everyone bought that Frank was dead and that I 
had disposed of his body. So Frank's funeral took place without Frank. The 
mafia has a habit of organizing grand funerals for important people, where 
they forget the unfinished business they have with each other, or with the 
dead. The deceased are only shown in a good light, it's the principle of 
every gangster. At least at a funeral. So it happened that not only Salieri 
and our people made long speeches about their best friend Frank, but even 
Morello and other gangsters. 

Tommy: (narr.) Morello and Salieri cried on each other's shoulders. It 
didn't seem like they had been at each other's throats only the day before. 
Frank would have been 'spinning in his grave', had he actually been dead. I 
guess everything turned out pretty well, only I had to think up something 
about Frank's family. Salieri, of course, wanted to help out his best 
friend's poor widow till the end of her days. I couldn't let him know that 
they were really resting comfortably in Europe at that moment.

(The scene switches to Salieri and Tommy talking at the backroom of the 

Salieri: Tommy, it seems our problems aren't over. The prosecutor who 
nearly got Frank against us is digging up more dirt, and I've heard he even 
has witnesses. It looks like that councilor whose son you shot is sorely 
craving revenge. The prosecutor is a good friend of his, and if we don't 
nip it in the bud, they'll make big problems for us.

Tommy: That doesn't sound too good.

Salieri: What's even worse is that guy doesn't trust anyone. He has all the 
evidence against us in a safe at his villa. Sam and Paulie are taking care 
of the witnesses right now as we speak and you've got to get that evidence, 

Tommy: How will we get to it?

Salieri: Well, today we have an excellent opportunity. Mr. Prosecutor has 
decided to go to the theater, and nobody else will be home... That is, 
nobody apart from the home security, of course, but his study will be 
empty. His villa is in the Millionaire's Quarter, Mr. Prosecutor isn't 
exactly a poor boy.

(Luigi brings a drink for Salieri.)

Salieri: Thanks, Luigi.

Salieri: Your only concern is how to get in, but there will be guards 
around the villa. Once inside you should be fine, the villa will be empty. 
The prosecutor's office is on the first floor and there should be a safe in 
the wall. For that you will have Salvatore with you, that's a guy who 
manages to open every safe in America. Once you've got all of the evidence, 
leave before the prosecutor arrives back home.

Tommy: Okay, boss. Where can I find this Salvatore?

Salieri: He'll be waiting for you down in Hoboken on the corner next to the 
stadium. So you can pick him up on the way there. I don't have to tell you 
how important this job is to us, Tommy. Buona fortuna!

Tommy: I'll do my best, boss.

(Tommy stands up in order to leave.)

Salieri: And Tommy, if you happen to bump into the prosecutor, don't kill 
him no matter what. It'll just bring us more problems.

Tommy: You can depend on it, boss.

(Tommy talks to Salieri again before leaving.)

Salieri: You don't even know how much I miss Frank, Tom. Even if he sold us 
out. He was always good to talk to.

(Tommy talks to Luigi.)

Luigi: The business with Frank has really gotten Don Salieri shaken. He's 
probably feeling guilty, but I don't think he's got any reason to. He had 
to do it. It's better to die honorably than to betray the family and live 
like an outcast.

(Tommy passes by Ralph outside.)

Ralph: Hey, Tom.

(Tommy goes to Vincenzo.)

Tommy: Good evening, Vincenzo. Tonight I'm doin' a little burglary, so I 
need something for a quiet little job.

Vincenzo: Tommy, a good ol' bat would do the trick. When you hit someone 
over the head from behind, they should be out cold for a while.

(He puts a baseball bat on the table.)

Vincenzo: To be on the safe side, take this here Colt 1911 too.

(He puts a Colt 1911 pistol on the table.)

Vincenzo: I'll keep my fingers crossed, Tommy.

Tommy: Thanks, Vincenzo.

(Tommy takes the weapons and drives to the stadium in Hoboken. Salvatore 
gets in the car.)

Salvatore: Evenin', chief. Let's get movin'.

Tommy: Great, so where are we going?

(Tommy starts to drive towards the Millionaire's Quarter in Oak Hill.)

Tommy: So, you can open any safe in the country, right?

Salvatore: Almost every one, chief.

Tommy: And how did you learn that trick?

Salvatore: My grandpa was in the business. It's inherited. The safes keep 
getting better, so a fella has to keep up with the times. Some of the safes 
around these days are pretty tricky.

(They reach the prosecutor's mansion in Oak Hill.)

Tommy: Okay, we're here.

(They get out. Tommy attempts to enter the garden through a side-door, but 
it is locked.)

Tommy: Can you open it, Salvatore?

Salvatore: I'll try, chief.

(He opens the door.)

Salvatore: There you go, chief.

(They enter the garden, where there are several armed guards on patrol.)

Tommy: Do exactly what I tell you.

(Tommy knocks out a lone guard while he is smoking a cigarette and takes a 
key from him. He then approaches the mansion from the left side. On his 
way, he sees two guards talking near a fountain.)

Guard 1: Brother, yesterday some Paddy knocked into me in the bar. Real 
typical son of a bitch, and I say to him, "Hey, pal, what are you tryin' to 
pull?" and the bastard spits in my mug.

Guard 2: What'd you do to him?

Guard 1: Ah, knocked him down. I'm telling ya, he won't forget that in a 

Guard 2: And what did he do?

Guard 1: He came right back at me, man. He nearly had me, the bastard, but 
my boys were there and they knocked his teeth out.

Guard 2: He got what he deserved. You can't let those punks get in your 

Guard 1: Sure, but then his friends showed up and busted up the whole 

Guard 2: Son of a bitch!

(Tommy and Salvatore enter the mansion through a door on the left side. 
Inside, they search for the prosecutor's study, avoiding a maid who is 
cleaning the rooms.)


(The maid alerts the guards if she sees Tommy or Salvatore.)

Maid: Guard! There's a burglar here! He wanna kill me! He wanna kill me!


(Upstairs, in one of the rooms, Tommy runs into a woman, sitting in a 
chair, but she cannot see him because of her beauty mask.)

Woman: Hello, darling! Did you have a good day today?

(Tommy knocks her out and they continue to look for the study. They find it 
on the first floor, and the safe is there.)

Tommy: So, show me what you can do, Salvatore.

Salvatore: Okay, chief!

(Salvatore begins to work on the safe, while Tommy looks out the window. 
Suddenly, he sees the prosecutor arrive in his luxury car.)

Tommy: Christ! It looks like we better get out fast, Salvatore.

Salvatore: Got it, chief! Piece of cake.

(Salvatore opens the safe and Tommy collects the documents. Outside, a 
guard is heard reporting to the prosecutor.)

Guard: Everything's fine, boss!

(The prosecutor enters the mansion and goes up to the second floor. Tommy 
and Salvatore secretly get out through the rear door and get to the 
prosecutor's car, a Silver Fletcher.)

Tommy: Salvatore! Open the car.

Salvatore: I'll try, chief.

(He unlocks the car.)

Salvatore: There you go, chief.

(They get in the car and drive out of the garden through the gate which the 
prosecutor used during his arrival.)

Salvatore: Drop me off at home. I live across the street at the stadium a 
little ways from where you picked me up.

(Tommy drives to his house.)

Salvatore: Here's where I live, thanks a lot.

(Salvatore gets out of the car.)

Salvatore: I hope it'll be a little cooler next time, today I almost 
crapped my pants.

Tommy: I hope so too, get some shut-eye.

(Tommy returns to Salieri's Bar.)

1.16. Great Deal!

(Tommy, Salieri, Paulie and Sam are talking in the backroom of the bar.)

Salieri: Well done, boys! The last job went fine. There's no evidence or 
witnesses left against us. Thanks to your persuasive methods they won't 
even squeak.

Paulie: Thanks, boss, we try to make you happy.

Salieri: HA HA HA! Well, you certainly did. But today we're here for 
something else. Paulie has a pretty interesting proposal.

Paulie: Well, I met a guy from Kentucky, William Gates. Everyone knows that 
Kentucky makes the best home-brewed whiskey. Well, anyway... This guy 
almost threw up when he tried the whisky which Morello sells here. When he 
gave me a drink of this stuff they brew back there... forget about it. I 
won't drink anything else! So I asked him about it, right. He said it was 
no problem, and that he could deliver me as much as I wanted. I got jazzed 
thinking about the dough we'd make on it... Well, I ordered a truckload of 
it. I said to myself, if it catches on here, we can make a bigger deal 

Salieri: It would certainly be a good replacement for the loss of our 
Canadian. I like it, nice one.

Tommy: Me too!

Paulie: So we're gonna pick up some beautiful booze.

Sam: I'm already looking forward to it!

Tommy: Where are they hiding it?

Paulie: They'll meet us in the big parking garage.

Salieri: We have to be more careful than we were before. You'll get to the 
place by car with two other boys. They'll be your escort on the way back. 
You three pick up the truck and take it to our warehouse in Hoboken. The 
boys are already out in the yard waiting in the car. And bring me back a 
bottle so I can finally drink something decent.

Sam: Count on it, boss!

(Tommy, Paulie and Sam go to the yard of the bar, where the car is waiting 
for them with the two other gangsters.)

Sam: Get in, we're going for some medicine!

Paulie: Here, Tom, this might come in useful.

(Paulie gives Tommy a Thompson.)

Tommy: Thanks.

(They drive to the parking garage and stop in front of it. Tommy, Paulie 
and Sam get out.)

Paulie: Wait for us here, boys. We'll be back in a little while. When we 
drive out, follow after us. Then we'll have a shot at the warehouse.

Gangster: Sure, boss.

(The gatekeeper of the garage greets them as they enter.)

Gatekeeper: They're waitin' for you already, mister!

(They find Gates with his men and the truck on the top floor.)

Paulie: Hey there, Bill. It's good to see you again.

Bill: Hey, Paulie.

Paulie: These are my partners and good friends... They like the idea of 
working together and they also like first-rate whisky, which yours 
certainly is.

Bill: That it is.

Paulie: The main thing is that Don Salieri likes it too, and since he's 
financing the whole deal. Here's your first payment for the goods.

(Paulie gives him the money.)

Bill: Give Mr. Salieri my regards. I'm always happy to do business with 
people like him.

Paulie: You should be, Bill. You could hit it big with this. If this small 
delivery works out for us, we'll order a lot more next time.

(Suddenly, several gangsters arrive in two cars.)

Tommy: Take cover!

Bill: What's going on? Jesus, who are they?

(The gangsters open fire on them, and Bill is killed.)

Paulie: Fire, kill the bastards!

(All of Bill's men are killed in the first moments of the gunfight.)

Tommy: Damn!

(Tommy, Paulie and Sam fight their way through the gangsters and manage to 
get to the entrance. There they find that the two other men who have come 
with them and the gatekeeper of the garage have been killed by the 

Paulie: Bill's kicked it, he won't be no magnet now.

Tommy: What the hell was that, Paulie? Who were those hoods?

Paulie: How should I know?

Sam: Okay, okay! Well, we can't hang around here waiting for more of them 
to show up, let's get the truck and get the hell out of here! Tom, you 
drive! I'll follow behind in one of the other cars.

(Tommy and Paulie leave to get the truck from the top floor while Sam gets 
in the car with which they have come to the garage. When Tommy gets the 
truck to the entrance several other attackers arrive in two cars.)

Paulie: Tom! We have a little problem here! Step on it!

(They start driving towards the warehouse and the attackers chase them. 
They eventually lose the tail and manage to reach their destination.)

Tommy: Okay, we did it.

(Next, Tommy, Paulie and Sam are seen entering the bar, where Salieri is 
waiting for them. They sit down at his table.)

Paulie: So it looks like Morello got in the way of things again, boss. We 
can't seem to shake off this bad luck.

Salieri: Boys, you won't believe this, but it's completely the other way 
around. The only one who really had bad luck this time was Morello.

Paulie: What?

Salieri: I found out who our Mr. Gates really was.

Tommy: And?

Salieri: Gates was never really from Kentucky. He was a small-time thief 
who stole the goods from Morello and wanted to sell them to us! Morello 
doesn't think that he almost stopped our deal, but that we pinched a 
truckload of his most expensive whisky. I bet that bastard's happy now!

Tommy: Unbelievable!

Paulie: Well, that worked out just fine. Let's drink to that!

Salieri: To another success, boys! Salute!

(They raise their glasses for a toast.)

1.17. Intermezzo Three


(The camera shows the front page of a newspaper. The title is "DECEMBER 5TH 
1933 THE END OF PROHIBITION!" Then it switches to Tommy and Norman.)

Norman: The end of prohibition in thirty-three... You probably weren't too 
happy, huh? The end of the good ol' days...

Tommy: Yeah, not too happy, but it wasn't all bad. Eventually, I did get 
married to Sarah and had a daughter. It was a good time. But life went on 
in business. We made a huge amount of dough during prohibition, which we 
invested into new deals. A lot of them were legitimate. We had regular 
firms like construction, transport, restaurants... We ran labor unions... 
And, of course, there was gambling, betting, the lotteries... We actually 
did really well. We just tried to stay out of drugs, even if it wasn't 
always easy.

Norman: C'mon! Business is business, right?

Tommy: You're way off there! The Cosa Nostra ain't no Paddies or Chinamen! 
With drugs, comes big money and even bigger problems. When someone has a 
problem with the cops because of drugs, he does the sensible thing - he 
admits it. If his family catches him they rub him out! Drugs are taboo.

Norman: So, what, there's some kind of grand pooba passing judgment?

Tommy: Something like that. The leading families choose a Boss of Bosses. 
They sort out the big problems and set the rules of the game.

Norman: So criminals who break the law have their own courts that judge 
them? That's just great.

Tommy: Laws aren't changeless, holy words. Every country in the world has 
their own. It's just somebody with a lot of power applying their own will. 
It depends on the person whether they'll serve someone else blindly, or 
apply their own will. Why should the Don be restrained? The mafia prevailed 
through prohibition with its own laws. A handful of poor uneducated 
immigrants from Sicily were stronger than all the laws, courts and police 
here in the States. That took some doing.

Norman: What, with murder? With the suffering they caused?

Tommy: C'mon! You think that the mafia just murders innocent people? The 
mafia punishes those who break laws, and the majority of your laws too. 
Unfortunately, we can't put anyone in jail, or fine them. Everybody who 
comes and works for us knows what to expect if he breaks the rules. People 
lie and steal and there are lots of criminals here who get unbelievable 
pleasure when they steal from the mob, as well as the mafiosos who get 
pleasure from cheating the state.

Norman: And what about all the payoffs, robberies and raids? Uh?

Tommy: Hey, the cops ain't no saints neither. No Don encourages his men to 
go around harming people and what other people do on their own isn't our 
concern. And as for the payoffs, most people come to the Don for help and 
advice on their own. And they'll pay gladly for it. The Don is an esteemed 
person. But not every Don is like Salieri. That's the truth.

Norman: There you go. Your system works, but you know why? Because you're a 
bunch of selfish murderers, and you only care about your own gain. All your 
efforts are spent ensuring that you live like pigs in shit. That's why 
you're so successful, you're only looking out for yourselves. We look out 
after everybody. A few cops have to ensure law and order for all, and 
that's a much harder job.

Tommy: That's true, but you can easily leave the Don outside your 
protection. He'll watch his own back.

Norman: And what about you? What are you sitting here for?

1.18. Bon Appetit!


(Tommy enters the bar, and finds Salieri inside sitting at one of the 

Salieri: Ah Tommy, I'm glad you're here. I was afraid I'd miss you.

Tommy: Hey, boss, what's going on?

Salieri: There's something I've been looking forward to all week. I'm going 
to Pepe's restaurant for lunch, but my personal bodyguard has called in 
sick. There's nobody here who could take me, and I prefer not to go to 
these things alone. You'll take me, won't you?

Tommy: Certainly, boss.

Salieri: Bravo! Let's get going then, I'm already pretty hungry. Have you 
got a piece on you, Tommy?

Tommy: Yeah, I got one. You think I'll need it?

Salieri: Well, ha ha, probably not, but it's better to be sure. You know 
how it is.

(They walk out of the bar.)

Salieri: We'll take my car.

(They get in Salieri's Lassiter V16 Roadster waiting in front of the bar 
and Tommy starts to drive.)

Salieri: Tommy, I'm really looking forward to this. Pepe is a native 
Sicilian, and, above all, a fantastic chef. Whenever I feel like a 
specialty from back home I go to him. Wait till you try his cheeses! Forget 
about it. Luigi's a great cook, but Pepe is a real master, a maestro!


(Salieri reacts if Tommy stops and gets out of the car during the way.)

Salieri: Where in Christ name are you going, Tommy? We're going to lunch!

Salieri: You're gonna leave me here or what?

Salieri: Is this some kind of joke?

(When Tommy returns to the car.)

Salieri: Well, enough of that. What was that all about?


(Tommy makes a comment if he commits a traffic violation and is pursued by 
the police.)

Tommy: Ohh, it looks like we got trouble over there.


(Salieri reacts if Tommy crashes the car.)

Salieri: Watch the road, I thought you knew how to drive! Ohh...


(They reach the restaurant. Tommy gets out and opens the car's door for 
Salieri and he gets out.)

Salieri: At last! I could eat a horse!

(They enter the restaurant and are welcomed by Pepe.)

Pepe: Hey, Don Salieri, welcome.

Salieri: Pepe, you don't even know how much I'm looking forward to your 

(Tommy and Salieri sit down and have their meal.)

Salieri: Fantastic meal, Pepe! I haven't eaten that well in a long time!

Pepe: Molte grazie, Don. Praise from a gourmet like you always makes me 
fill with joy.

Salieri: Oh please, I'm no gourmet. If you knew what I ate for dinner 
yesterday, you definitely wouldn't say that.

Pepe: Can I get you anything else, Don? I have an excellent Chianti.

Salieri: Really? Let's get it out here then, Pepe!

Pepe: At once, sir.

(Pepe leaves.)

Salieri: How did you like it, Tommy?

Tommy: It was fantastic, boss. I'll have to bring Sarah here sometime.

Salieri: Ah, yes, you certainly should, Tommy. Just be careful so that 
Sarah doesn't take offense she cooks worse than Pepe. Ha ha...

(Suddenly, several gangsters arrive in cars in front of the restaurant and 
open fire. Several customers are shot in the fire. Tommy tips the table 
over and he and Salieri take cover.)

Salieri: What the hell is going on? This is ruining my lunch!

Tommy: Morello must have nothing better to do.

Salieri: They could have at least let me taste the wine, Cafoni!

(The gangsters outside cease fire.)

Gangster: Hahaha! Throw him his present, Joe! Maybe we'll smoke him out!

(One of them throws a grenade inside. It explodes but does not affect Tommy 
and Salieri.)

Tommy: Working for you is real interesting, boss.

Salieri: What'd you say? My ears are ringing from that blast.

Tommy: Yes, boss.

Salieri: It looks like we won't get out this way. Try and run round the 
back of them while I keep them entertained.

Tommy: Yes, boss. Be careful.

(Tommy goes around the back of the restaurant and kills the gangsters while 
Salieri remains inside and shoots at them with his pistol. When all the 
attackers are dead he comes out.)

Salieri: I have to say, you got balls, Tommy. You saved my ass.

Tommy: You weren't so bad yourself, boss...

Salieri: Christ, that was crazy. Thank God Pepe hid. Poor guy, I'll have to 
send him some dough for repairs.

Tommy: We should. Boss, I'd like to know how they knew where we were. You 
think they followed us?

Salieri: I don't think so, Tommy. I have a feeling I know who set me up.

Tommy: Who?

Salieri: Carlo, my bodyguard! That goddamn son of a bitch! He's the only 
one who knew where I was going. And he also excused himself from work 
today! He knew very well what was gonna happen!

Tommy: That sounds pretty likely.

Salieri: Yeah, I think so! I'll tear him apart like a rag doll! Carlo lives 
in a rented house in Little Italy, a little way from our bar. There's a 
pizzeria downstairs. We're going!

(They get in the car and drive to Carlo's house. Inside, they go up the 
stairs to the door to his apartment. When they get there Salieri pounds on 
the door.)

Salieri: Carlo! You old bastard! We're coming for you! Let's do it, Tom. 
Break down the door, bust in there and kill the bastard.

(Tommy kicks the door open. Carlo quickly runs down the fire escape in his 
underpants while his wife breaks down crying.)

Salieri: He's run down the fire escape, Tommy! Get him!

(Tommy runs down the fire escape to the backyard to find Carlo.)

Salieri: Kill that bastard, Tom! Don't be an idiot, shoot the bastard! 
Don't waste your time with him, he's shit! Shoot his brains out of the back 
of his head!

Salieri: Carlo, you dirty rat, weren't you well off here with us? What did 
I do to make you want to do this?

(Tommy finds Carlo and kills him. An old woman standing on the balcony 
across the yard sees the act.)

Woman: Lord, there's shooting here!

Salieri: Shut up, lady, or you're next!

Woman: Murder! They're... they're murdering people! Oh God, call the 
police! Murder! Murder! They killed someone!

(A few men run out of a house next door, apparently Carlo's neighbors.)

Man: Oh my God, what the hell is going on here?

(They see Tommy.)

Man: You bastards! You won't get away with this!

(They attack Tommy, but he kills them. He then walks out of the building 
with Salieri.)

Tommy: You know what, boss?

Salieri: What?

Tommy: That's the first time I knocked someone off in their underpants.

Salieri: It's nothing. First time for me too. There's a first time for 

(The scene switches to three gangsters beating up a tied-up man in a 
warehouse. Morello walks towards them.)

Gangster: Well, who do we have here!

Morello: How are you, Sergio? Staying out of trouble? I see you got a new 
punching bag.

Sergio: Well, the gentleman here thinks that the finances of our labor 
union ain't fair and he wants to strike.

Morello: I've always said a strike is a bad thing, real bad. Unless, of 
course, it's organized by my dear brother, for a higher goal.

Man: You won't get away with this... The boys'll show you...

Morello: I think you're overestimating their bravery.

Man: You cockroach...

Morello: I didn't come for this discussion, unfortunately.

Sergio: We'd like to introduce you to some of our principals about labor 
unions in this free country of ours. Carry on, boys.

(The two other gangsters continue to beat the man while Sergio walks away 
to talk to Morello.)

Sergio: What's the reason for you coming, brother?

Morello: Salieri is alive.

Sergio: What? How could he survive?

Morello: I'm afraid, in the current situation we can't ask him and there is 
nobody else who could tell us what happened. Our guys are dead, the 
customers at the restaurant are dead and that sneak Carlo is as well.

(Morello turns towards the gangsters beating the man.)

Morello: Could you please SHUT UP? We're tryin' to talk here!

Man: You cockroach...

Gangster: That's no way to talk to Mr. Morello!

(They continue to beat him.)

Morello: Bum.

Sergio: God, he should have been there alone. How could that old man kill 
so many of our guys?

Morello: He's as old as me, so I wouldn't say that. But he probably wasn't 
there alone. I bet they'll be planning how to get rid of us right now.

Sergio: What shall we do?

Morello: I will try to figure out something. Anyway be careful, now his 
best guys will be after us.

Sergio: So we really at war?

Morello: We have been for a long time already, but now more than ever 
before. Take good care of yourself, brother.

(Morello leaves.)

Gangster: Boss, it looks like he's had enough. What do you want us to do 
with him?

Sergio: I don't know... Finish him off and dump him in the ocean.

1.19. Happy Birthday!

(Tommy, Salieri and Vincenzo are talking in Vincenzo's room.)

Salieri: Tommy, that assasination attempt means that Morello has openly 
declared war on us. We have to deal with him. If Morello didn't have 
accomplices with the politicians and other important city organizations, 
our forces would be nearly equal. If we liquidate those people, our 
opponent will be a lot weaker.

Vincenzo: That's exactly what we gotta do... eliminate his strong contacts.

Salieri: Right. And as we all know, an all-out war must be avoided. Get the 
generals, then the soldiers will give up without a fight. So this is what 
we'll do, we'll finish them off one by one.

Tommy: What do you mean exactly?

Salieri: The first in line is the city councilor who's caused us so much 
trouble. Morello got him into politics, and that makes him a big supporter. 
We'll take care of him after the boy, and I mean today. 

Vincenzo: The councilor is celebrating his birthday and has decided to 
throw a huge shindig. He's having it on a steamboat, with fireworks and the 
whole nine, and he'll be making a speech to the paparazzi.

Salieri: There'll be a lot people there who won't do dick against us when 
they see what happens to him.

Tommy: It sounds pretty risky.

Salieri: But well worth the risk. Vincenzo knows the plan.

Vincenzo: Okay. As I said it's on a steamboat. It won't be easy to get in 
without an invite, but I know you can do it, Tom. Above all, try not to 
raise suspicions before we reach our goal. Of course, you won't get a 
weapon past the security, but I've dealt with that already. As soon as you 
get on deck, go to one of the men's rooms.

Vincenzo: There'll be a small revolver hidden there. Afterwards, just wait 
outside awhile. The councilor will probably be hiding in his cabin, but 
he'll be out for the start of the celebrations and his speech. That's your 
big shot. During the speech you're gonna pop him, Tom. It's got to be in 
public and this speech is the best opportunity. There will be a big crowd 
there so you can blend in with them once this thing is all done.

Tommy: And then what? I'd like to get back to shore in one piece.

Vincenzo: Afterwards, it'll be nuts. There'll be some security guards on 
the boat, and you should be able to get past them in the chaos. If not, get 
to the bow, and Paulie will pull up in a boat and bring you back safely.

Salieri: So what, Tommy? It won't be a picnic, but you should pull it off.

Tommy: Okay, I'll do it.

Vincenzo: The boat is anchored on the waterfront on Central Island. You 
better get going or you'll miss it, keep an eye on the time. Buona fortuna, 

(Tommy leaves and goes to Ralph.)

Tommy: Well, here we go again, Ralphy. Today I need something for one use, 
because we don't know how it's going to work out.

Ralph: Hey, Tommy. That's no big problem. I have here this little number, 
they are pretty popular these days.

(Ralph takes Tommy to a Crusader Chromium.)

Ralph: Also they are pretty solid. Look how easy they are to nab.

Tommy: Yeah, great, Ralph. That should do the trick.

(Tommy drives to the waterfront but a security guard stops him before he 
can get onto the steamboat.)

Guard: Hey, mister! You got an invite? If not kindly take a walk.

Tommy: Ehm, I must've left it someplace... Ehm...

Guard: Yeah, so like I said. Beat it!

(Tommy goes to a nearby building, which happens to contain changing rooms 
for the boat crew. There he finds a sailor's uniform and puts it on. Then 
he returns to get onto the boat. The guard frisks him.)

Guard: Okay, pal, enjoy yourself.

(Tommy gets onto the boat and it sails away. Tommy talks to different 
people on deck.)

Man: The councilor talks about order, but he really lives it up himself. At 
least I can dine decently for free.

Man: There are so many lovely people here! They're all so nice! It was a 
wonderful idea, a party on a steamboat. Great party, isn't it?

Woman: Tell the captain what a wonderful boat he has. There are supposed to 
be fireworks! Don't you know when? The moon looks breathtaking.

Man: It's lovely here.

Woman: It isn't proper for you to be talking to me. Don't bother me, I'm 
waiting for someone. Don't you have anything better to do?

Woman: Has anybody seen my husband? This is a wonderful celebration. I love 
sundown over the ocean!

Man: Lost Heaven really looks lovely from out here. You can't see the poor 
areas, all the riff-raffs and the criminals.

(Tommy talks to the bartender in the dining room.)

Bartender: Unfortunately, we can't serve the crew. We only serve guests 
here. Crew members shouldn't be here, go below if you don't want the 
captain to see you.

(Then he talks to the waiter.)

Waiter: I don't have time. Don't get in the way! We don't serve the crew. 

(Tommy leaves the dining room and goes outside. There is a man who looks 
queasy, standing by the railing. He talks to him.)

Man: UAH, my stomach!

(The man throws up into the sea.)

Man: This rocking is making me queasy. Whose idea was it to have a party on 
a boat?

(Tommy then talks to the skipper who is sitting on a chair outside.)

Skipper: Leave me alone!

(He then talks to the lifeguard nearby.)

Lifeguard: Some of these dames ain't getting it, maybe they wanna try a 
real man. It's so nice tonight I don't even feel like working. Don't bother 
me, can't you see I'm thinking?

(Tommy goes and talks to another sailor standing by the railing.)

Sailor: This your first day? The cap might have told us we had a new 

(Tommy then goes up to the upper deck and sees two bodyguards standing at 
the entrance to one of the cabins.)

Bodyguard 1: Mind your own business. Nothing to see here. You can't come in 

Bodyguard 2: This is the councilor's private room. The councilor doesn't 
wish to be disturbed.

(Tommy finds the men's room mentioned by Vincenzo but it is locked and has 
a sign that says "SKIPPER HAS KEY".)

Tommy: Typical, this has to happen to me.

(He goes and talks to the sailor by the railing.)

Tommy: Hey there, do you know where the keys are to that broken john?

Sailor: Sorry, but I don't have a clue.

(He then talks to the skipper.)

Tommy: I heard you had the key to the john on the upper deck.

Skipper: Yeah, the keys from that puked up pisser? The lifeguard probably 
has them. He's around here somewhere.

(Tommy finds and talks to the lifeguard.)

Tommy: I heard you had the key to the john on the upper deck.

Lifeguard: Don't bug me, I have a lot of work to do.

Tommy: Hey, I kinda need those keys, I left something there.

Lifeguard: Yeah right, maybe I'll lend them to you, but you gotta promise 
to clean up that mess in there and bring them back to me. I'll wait in the 
stern for you.

Tommy: Clean up? Ehm... Sure, you bet.

Lifeguard: Okay, there you go, but bring 'em back!

(Tommy takes a bucket from another men's room and enters the locked one 
with the keys. There is a big mess inside.)

Tommy: Where are you, baby? My God, what a stink!

(He cleans the room with the bucket and takes the hidden pistol. Then he 
returns to the lifeguard.)

Lifeguard: So you see, how easy that was. You ain't so bad, you could open 
a cleaning firm.

Tommy: Yeah, and I'll use you as the rag.

(He gives him the keys and begins to wait for the councilor to emerge from 
his cabin.)

Tommy: I think it's time...

(The councilor walks out of his cabin, accompanied by his two bodyguards. 
On the way to the stage he greets different visitors.)

Councilor: Hello there, John, I hope you're enjoying yourself!

Man: Good evening. Yes, it's lovely here!

Councilor: How are you? I hope you like it.

Man: Thanks, we're glad to be here.

Councilor: Hey, I'm glad you could make it!

Woman: It's wonderful, thank you.

(He gets to the stage and begins his speech.)

Councilor: Thank you, thank you and welcome to this little party. I never 
guessed I had so many really nice friends, who, I hope, will drink with me 
on this special occasion. It never occured to me in my wildest dreams that 
when I was forty that I would end up like this. I started with only a small 
firm and a few dollars, but I tried as best as I could. Even in the worst 
of times, I always said: "With integrity a man will go farthest." And that 
motto has lasted till today. 

Councilor: Later on, when things were starting to go well, I got married to 
my darling Agnes. Unfortunately, that terrible war came into our lives. It 
was a dreadful time, but we got through it alive and healthy. My darling 
wife and I could look forward to a victory for our beloved country. Shortly 
after the war my one and only son was born. Though the times weren't easy, 
we did quite well.

Councilor: We brought our son up to be a model American, and instilled in 
his mind the principles of being a good Christian. Even as many firms fell 
to ruin and folded after the boom, my business survived. I was able to make 
modest donations to charities, help the unemployed, become a sponsor of the 
arts, and further, we repaired a beautiful, but devastated church.

Councilor: Fate would have it that recently I had to say goodbye to my son 
in that very church. He lost his life to a criminal! I promise that the 
rest of my career will be aimed at the pursuit of that gangster and his 
counterparts for the murder of my son! I'm going to clean up this town of 

Councilor: But, this is a birthday party. I've said my piece, and now I 
just want you all to enjoy yourselves on this pleasant evening. I'm 
starting another decade of my life and I want to prosper alongside all of 
you in a healthy and prosperous society. For me, this is the start of a new 
era! I thank you.

(As the councilor ends his speech, Tommy walks up to him and shoots him. 
Chaos ensues, and the guards try to kill him, but Tommy manages to get to 
the lower deck where Paulie is waiting for him in a speedboat by the 
railing. He gets in and Paulie speeds away.)

1.20. You Lucky Bastard!

(The camera shows three newspapers in a row. The headlines read: "BIG CITY 
Salieri is seen looking at the last newspaper and puts it down on the table 
alongside the other newspapers. Tommy and Paulie are with him at the 

Salieri: Tommy pulled it off. Now all the politicians in the city are 
scared. Nobody wants to end up like the councilor.

Paulie: Nice job, Tom.

Salieri: But it's not enough. Now we're after Morello's right hand man - 
his brother Sergio Morello, Jr. He controls the unions in the city. His 
biggest assets are the dockers' unions. Thanks to whom he practically 
controls every import into the city. We kill him and a big part of Morello 
income is gone.

Paulie: I think I know how we'll do it, boss. Sergio is usually at the 
Italian Garden restaurant. There's a telephone in the restaurant and across 
the street a phone booth. You go to the booth and call inside the 
restaurant saying you want to speak to Sergio. I'll be standing in front of 
the restaurant with a Thompson and as soon as Sergio gets to the phone, 
I'll waste him. Then we just gotta get to the car and make a quick getaway. 
What do you say?

Tommy: Yeah, I suppose I can handle the calling part.

Salieri: Get to it, boys. Vincenzo will give you your weapons.

(Tommy talks to Salieri before leaving.)

Salieri: Take care of Sergio properly, I heard he's not right in the head. 
He likes seeing people suffer... So as soon as somebody gets in his way he 
has them knocked off, he likes to take his time and always be present. I 
certainly don't call his working methods good... Maniac.

(Then he talks to Luigi.)

Luigi: So, how are things with you and Sarah? Last time I talked with her 
she seemed happy. I'm glad you guys are working it out, it was no good when 
you and Paulie were raging it up all the time. It's the family that's 
important, Tom. How's the little one?

Tommy: A little devil just like me at that age, my mom always used to say 
that I was a holy terror. Wish I had more time for her though.

(After that he and Paulie go to Vincenzo.)

Paulie: Vincenzo, I need a Tommy gun and something for Tom here.

Vincenzo: Okay.

(He brings the weapons from the cabinet.)

Vincenzo: Here it is, boys. I'll keep my fingers crossed.

Paulie: Thanks.

(They take the guns and go to Ralph.)

Paulie: Hey, Ralphy. We need a car.

Ralph: Hey hey, I have a new Terraplane here. It's decent and a real big 
sturdy car. You'll like it, Paulie.

(He shows them a Guardian Terraplane car.)

Ralph: It has a new type of lock, but if a person is clever it ain't no 
problem to open it. Just like this... nice and easy... push in and click!

Tommy: Great!

Paulie: So let's go, Tom. Let's go!

(They drive to the restaurant.)

Paulie: Here we are, stop right here, Tom.

(They get out of the car.)

Paulie: Okay, I'll stand out front. You call from that booth. Say you want 
to talk to Sergio. As soon as I kill him, get in the car and wait for me.

Tommy: Sure thing.

(Tommy enters the booth while Paulie walks towards the restaurant. A few 
gangsters are seen sitting at a table inside. Tommy makes his call and a 
waiter responds.)

Waiter: Yeah?

Tommy: Mr. Morello please.

Waiter: Hang on.

(One of the gangsters comes and picks up the phone.)

Gangster: Buddy, Mr. Morello ain't here today.

(Paulie opens fire on him from outside, thinking he is Sergio.)

Gangster: Try... EEEEE... AAARGHH!

(The gangster dies. Tommy runs out of the booth.)

Tommy: Paulie! It isn't him! Paulie, move it, Morello isn't there!

(They both get in the car.)

Tommy: The guy you hit wasn't Sergio! Sergio wasn't there today!

Paulie: Ah hell! Now we're in the shit! We're going back to Salieri.

(They are chased by the gangsters from the restaurant, but they manage to 
get to the bar. Next, Tommy is seen with Salieri and Vincenzo in Vincenzo's 

Salieri: Don't worry about it, Tom. It happens to everybody sometimes. 
Vincenzo and me have thought up a new plan. Biff told us that Sergio has a 
mistress who he spends a lot of time with. He must be there today. Vincenzo 
has put together a little surprise for him.

(A bomb is seen on Vincenzo's table.)

Salieri: All we gotta do is put it on his car while he's inside enjoying 

Vincenzo: That's right, all you gotta do is put this bomb right under his 
car. Then you can just enjoy the show. 

Salieri: Sergio usually leaves at four, so hurry. This time it has got to 
work. His mistress lives in a house in Oakwood. We'll know he's there if 
his expensive little sports car's parked out in front. Stick the bomb under 

Tommy: That sounds a lot better. I'll get going.

(Tommy drives to the house in Oakwood. Sergio's car is parked outside, and 
there is a guard waiting at the door.)

Tommy: There it is, let's have a look!


(If Tommy plants the bomb in the view of the guard, he reacts and opens 
fire on him.)

Guard: Hey, you little bastard, what are you doing?


(Tommy waits for a while, and the guard goes inside. Then Tommy plants the 
bomb on the car. After that he walks away and lights a cigarette while he 
is waiting for Sergio to get in the car. Instead of him, however, his 
mistress leaves the house and enters the car.)

Tommy: Christ! No, no, no! Hey, stop! Shit!

(The car blows up and kills Sergio's mistress.)

Tommy: Damn... That's one HOT dame.


(Tommy, Salieri and Paulie are sitting at a table at the bar.)

Tommy: That girl came out and sat down in the car. I don't know, maybe he 
lent it to her or something!

Salieri: It just happens sometimes. There's nothing you can do! To put it 
simply, we gotta get this guy. Sergio meets with his bookie downtown in the 
parking lot of the Rainbow Garden Restaurant. Get Paulie down there to fill 
him full of holes. You'll just drive, Tom. Then get away fast before the 
alarm goes out.

Paulie: Now I'll catch that bastard, I promise. He'll be gone and he won't 
even know how I did.

Salieri: Now get a move on, so you can still catch Sergio there.

(Tommy and Paulie leave the car and drive to the parking lot of the 
restaurant. There is a group of gangsters there.)

Paulie: Those men in black, that's them!

(Paulie gets out with a Tommy gun in his hand and approaches them. They 
notice him.)

Sergio: What the...

Paulie: We have a message from Mr. Salieri.

Sergio: What the hell's going on?

(However, Paulie's gun jams as he tries to shoot.)

Paulie: Oh no...

Sergio: Well, that certainly changes the situation, gentlemen. Kill that 

(Paulie runs back to the car.)


Tommy: (narrating) After so many foul-ups Salieri gave the job to other 
people. I only went with them as kind of an insurance policy.

(Tommy is sitting in a car parked on the side of the road at a railway 
crossing. A car with two gangsters assigned by Salieri passes next to him. 
They stop for a moment when they get side by side with his car.)

Gangster: Just sit here and watch, so you don't screw up again.

(The camera shows the shed of the railway employee controlling the 
crossing. However, he has been tied up and been replaced by another 
gangster. Next, the two gangsters park their car near the crossing.)

Gangster: Amateur...

(They lower their heads in order to prevent being seen when Sergio's car 
arrives at the crossing. The gangster in the shed rings the bell for them 
to stop but the barriers remain open. The two gangsters bring up their car 
right behind Sergio's, and a train is seen speeding towards the crossing.)

Sergio: Why don't the barriers... close?

(Sergio sees the car behind them. The two gangsters move forward to push 
Sergio's car in front of the speeding train.)

Sergio: GO!

(Sergio's car moves and avoids being hit by the train at the last moment. 
The car of the two gangsters is hit and destroyed instead. Sergio's car 
speeds away.)

Tommy: Real damned professional.

(Tommy, who has been watching the whole thing, goes after Sergio. After a 
chase, Sergio's car enters the harbor. There are a few guards at the main 

Sergio: Hey, what are you staring at? Kill that bastard tailing me!

(Sergio's car drives away. As Tommy enters the harbor, the guards open fire 
on him. He gets out and takes cover behind his car.)

Guard: Okay, come on out, you bastard!

(Tommy sticks his head out and shoots the guard who has called to him. More 
guards arrive after that, and he kills them. Then he begins to search for 
Sergio in the harbor, attacked by guards from time to time. He eventually 
finds that Sergio's car is parked outside a warehouse, but the doors cannot 
be opened. There is a railway leading into the building, and Tommy sends a 
fuel wagon nearby towards it. The wagon smashes against the metal doors but 
fails to break them open. Fuel starts to leak out of the wagon. Sergio 
calls to Tommy from the inside.)

Sergio: Ha, that didn't work... Huh! I don't know what you're tryin', you 
bastard! My brother'll kill you along with your whole family!

(Tommy lights a cigarette.)

Sergio: Give it up, you're dead! You won't get in here, idiot! You're too 
small for me! HEY! Do you hear?

(Tommy walks away and throws his cigarette on the trail created by the 
leaking fuel. The fire leads to the wagon and it blows up, destroying the 
doors. Tommy enters the warehouse, where he is confronted by several 

Sergio: I don't know what you're tryin', you punk! My brother'll kill you 
along with your whole family!

Sergio: What are you up to, you dumb asses? Kill that idiot! What do I pay 
you for?

(Tommy advances towards Sergio's position at the back of the warehouse, 
killing guards that get in his way.)

Sergio: Waste him and quick! Morons!

Sergio: Do you know who I am? I'm a Morello! You won't get away with it 
just like that, buddy!

(Tommy finds Sergio after eliminating all the guards. Sergio tries to shoot 
him with his Tommy gun, but he kills him. He then takes a look at his 

Tommy: You lucky bastard!

(Tommy then leaves the harbor and goes to pay a visit to Lucas. Lucas 
reacts as he enters the shop with his car.)

Lucas: You're sent from heaven, Tommy! I need some wheels quick!

(Tommy gets out of the car and goes to him.)

Tommy: What happened?

Lucas: A buddy of mine called, one of our friends was shot in Chinatown, 
he's lying in a street near the square and needs help! You need to get him 
and take him to the doc in Oakwood!

Tommy: There's a hospital in Oakwood?

Lucas: He's the one that you took Sam to once.

Tommy: Sure, I remember.

Lucas: So? Can you do it?

Tommy: Okay, if you clean up the blood from the upholstery.

Lucas: That's no problem, but move it, he's dying out there!

(Tommy drives to Chinatown and finds a wounded man lying on the sidewalk, 
with another man kneeling beside him. There is another badly wounded man 
lying further ahead. Tommy talks to the kneeling man.)

Man: At last! Luca sent you?

Tommy: Yeah. What's wrong with him?

Man: What do you think? He got hit by a 45. The second one's much worse 
off, so it ain't a good idea to take him to the hospital.

(The wounded man raises his head.)

Wounded Man: Hhhhh... Take me to the doctor in Oakwood.

Man: Make it quick, if someone don't take a look at him, he won't make it.

Tommy: Okay, let's go.


(If Tommy's car is not a four-door one, the man reacts.)

Man: We need a four-door car! What're you gonna do about that?


(Tommy and the man get in the car, and the wounded man slowly walks towards 

Wounded Man: Arrrghh, shit, this had to happen to me.

(He gets in and Tommy starts to drive towards the doctor's house.)

Man: Don't give up now, bud. You'll with the doc in a while and he'll put 
you back together again. It'll be okay, hang on!

(They reach the doctor's house.)

Man: Here it is! Stop here! Thanks a lot. Okay, let's go, bud. We're okay, 
the doc'll look at you.

(They get out of the car and go to the house.)

Tommy: Jesus, what a mess, the whole car is covered in blood! I hope Luca 
has a lot of soap.

(Tommy returns to Lucas.)

Lucas: Is he okay?

Tommy: Yeah, they're at the doctor, he'll be okay.

Lucas: Uff! That's a load off my mind, he's my good buddy! I owe you one.

Tommy: Well, since you do, could you clean the blood off the seats? The car 
looks like a slaughter house.

Lucas: Don't worry, Tommy, I'll sort it out.

Tommy: Well, I hope so.

(Next, Lucas is seen cleaning the car with a cloth and a bucket in the 
backyard of the shop with Tommy standing next to him.)

Lucas: Shit, that guy sure ain't short on blood.

Tommy: You can say that again, it was like a freakin' fountain.

Lucas: Except that water is much easier to clean off upholstery... You just 
wait till it dries.

Tommy: You could donate the blood you cleaned with that cloth to the 

Lucas: Now it's mixed with soap.

Tommy: A-ha.

(Next, they are seen in front of the shop with the car.)

Lucas: Whatever, anyway I got a nice piece of work for you today and it's 
no big deal to get it.

Tommy: No blood?

Lucas: No, don't worry. At the multistory car lot on Central Island there's 
a beautiful sports car. You just go and lift it.

Tommy: Locks?

Lucas: Nothing special, with your skills it'll be a piece of cake. Just be 
careful that the gatekeeper don't call the cops on you.

Tommy: Okay. Thanks, Luca.

(Tommy gets in his car.)

Lucas: I put a towel on the seat, so you won't get a wet ass.

Tommy: Oh, that's just great!

(Tommy goes to the car lot and steals the Bruno Speedster 851 car. The 
gatekeeper opens fire on him if he sees him. Then Tommy returns to 
Salieri's Bar.)

1.21. Creme De La Creme

(Tommy, Salieri, Paulie and Sam are at the backroom of the bar.)

Salieri: It was a tough job, but we finally have Morello where we want him. 
Now one last step remains... eliminate him! In his sections of the city 
there's theft, robbery, blackmail, illegal lotteries, gaming rooms and 
whore-houses appearing all the time. But what's the biggest problem?

Tommy: Drugs?

Salieri: Horseshit! The problem is that we don't get a cent out of it! 
That'll change as soon as we get rid of Morello. His organization will 
collapse and all those smalltime cheats, thieves and criminals will kill 
each other without anybody over there to maintain order. Today we can 
finally remove that bastard once and for all. Paulie has come up with a 

Paulie: That's right! From what my informers tell me, we have one chance to 
get this guy. Morello watches his back and almost never shows himself in 
public. He goes everywhere in his bulletproof limo, clammed up like some 
seashell. But today he's coming out. He's going to the theatre to do some 
socializing with the creme de la creme of Lost Heaven. And we'll be there 
to show him something too.

Tommy: Isn't this a bit risky?

Salieri: It's risky, but this is our only opportunity to waste him in 
public and show everyone our power.

Paulie: We'll do it like this: Wait in front of the building until the end 
of the show. People will start coming out, so there'll be a lot of 
confusion. With Morello trying to make his way out, his gorillas won't have 
much of a chance to notice us before we hit him. Make sure you don't draw 
any attention to yourselves, so no shooting. Pull your weapons when you see 

Tommy: I hope I still recognize him.

Paulie: Shouldn't be hard. Morello likes to wear his white suits, not many 
people wear them these days.

Salieri: Each of you get a Thompson or Lupara from Vincenzo. Wait out in 
front of the theater on Central Island until Morello comes out. Then go to 
it. The performance ends at 9 o'clock, so make sure you're there on time. 
It should work out fine, so don't come back without his head!

Tommy: Okay, boss!

Paulie: Let's get to it!

(Tommy, Paulie and Sam stand up. Tommy talks to Salieri again while Paulie 
and Sam walk out.)

Salieri: If you have the chance to say something to that bastard before you 
waste him, tell him that I'm not like poor old Peppone and that this is for 

Tommy: Sorry, boss?

Salieri: He'll know what I mean. We have a few unfinished scores from the 
old days.

(Tommy, Paulie and Sam go to Vincenzo.)

Paulie: Vincenzo, today we need some real heavy artillery. We gonna rub out 

Vincenzo: Well, I think 600 shots per minute from an ol' Tommy gun should 
do the trick.

(He brings two Tommy guns from the cabinet to the table.)

Vincenzo: At the same time, we could stick to the ancient ways and use a 
more traditional Sicilian weapon for a job of this size.

(He puts a Lupara sawed-off shotgun on the table. Paulie and Sam take the 
Tommy guns and Tommy takes the shotgun. Then they take a car and drive to 
Central Island. As they enter the street where the theater is, they see 
Morello and his bodyguards get in their limousine.)

Paulie: Shit! He is leavin' already!

Sam: That damn show must have finished earlier!

Paulie: That silver limousine! Catch him!

(They start chasing Morello's car. It heads out of the city through the 
highway leading through the countryside.)

NOTE: There are two possible ways to finish this level from this point on.


Way 1:

(Morello's car goes into the airport. Tommy and his friends follow him, but 
their car suddenly breaks down just after going through the entrance.)

Paulie: What is it? What the hell is happening? Why did you stop?

Tommy: I don't know, it just broke down!

Paulie: Jesus Christ, we almost have him! Sam, come on, let's make this 
happen! Tom, get out and go after them, maybe you'll catch them!

(They get out. Tommy goes after Morello while Paulie and Sam stay behind to 
fix the car. On the way, Tommy runs into and kills two of Morello's 
bodyguards. When he gets to the airstrip, he sees that a plane is speeding 
to take off. Apparently Morello is in it. Just at that moment, Paulie and 
Sam arrive with the car.)

Paulie: C'mon, Tom, get in! We'll shoot it down! Move it! They won't get 

(Tommy gets in the car.)

Paulie: Take my Thompson. You and Sam shoot them!

(Paulie drives the car after the speeding plane, which is taking off. Tommy 
and Sam start shooting at the plane.)

Paulie: Come on, you heap of junk! Hold on!

(Tommy and Sam continue to shoot, and the plane catches fire. Nevertheless 
it takes off. Tommy, Paulie and Sam get out of the car.)

Paulie: Sam shoot!

Sam: Bastards!

(Sam fires after the plane but it is beyond their range now.)

Paulie: Kill 'em, Sam!

Tommy: Damn it, Paulie.

(Suddenly, the plane crashes into the woods near the airport and explodes.)

Tommy: Wow!

Paulie: Yes!

(They start walking back towards the car.)

Tommy: How did you fix the car?

Paulie: Better ask Sam.

Tommy: Why ain't you a mechanic, Sam?

Sam: That work's too dirty for me.


Way 2:

(Morello's car does not go into the airport if Tommy's car is close and 
continues on its way. Eventually it comes to a destroyed bridge.)

Morello: Brake! Hit the brake!

(Morello's driver stops at the last moment, leaving the car in a precarious 
position just at the edge of the bridge, unable to move. Seconds later 
Tommy, Paulie and Sam arrive in their own car. They stop for a moment and 
then press their car against Morello's, sending it down the bridge. 
Morello's car falls a long way and is smashed upside down. Tommy, Paulie 
and Sam get out of their car to look down.)

Sam: You think he's dead?

Tommy: Well, I guess so, yeah.

(Morello's car explodes.)

Sam: Oh, Christ!

Paulie: Well, he's definitely dead now.

Tommy: Let's go.

Sam: Okay, let's go.


(Either way, Tommy, Paulie and Sam return to the city. Tommy drives to 
Lucas' shop to visit him.)

Paulie: Hey, Tom, I'm pretty beat. Drop us at the front of the bar and come 
back later.

(Tommy drops them at the bar and returns to Lucas.)

Lucas: Hey, Tommy!

Tommy: Hey. You got anything for me today?

Lucas: Well, today was a little rough...

Tommy: How come?

Lucas: Ah, you know, the guys left a car here that was involved in a chase 
with the cops and I kinda need to get it out of here fast.

Tommy: Why didn't they dump it themselves?

Lucas: Oh, well, we had a deal worked out with them, it was meant to be a 
sure thing, and it didn't work out. They were a little pissed, so they left 
it here.

Tommy: What's in it for me?

Lucas: A lovely German sports car.

Tommy: That's worth a risk. I'll do it. What can I do?

(Next, Tommy and Lucas are in the backyard next to the car.)

Lucas: It's pretty simple. Take the car to the cliffs outside of town and 
dump it in the sea.

Tommy: Cool.

Lucas: But if the coppers spot you, there'll be trouble. So you gotta shake 

Tommy: Okay.

(Tommy takes the car to the cliffs near the lighthouse, avoiding the police 
on the way, and pushes it into the sea using another car. Then he returns 
to Lucas.)

Tommy: Okay, where's the car?

Lucas: That guy came in for it a while ago and drove off, but he said he 
was going for dinner at Roy's Grill. It's Downtown, it's just a little way 
from Pepe's restaurant. If you hurry, you'll still find the car there.

Tommy: What's goin' on, today's customer appreciation day?

Lucas: This one's an exception, he owes me big time. I did a bunch of jobs 
for him and I haven't seen dollar one. God knows what he does, but at the 
same time he acts like a classy guy. This way he pays his debts and I pay 
my debt to you. You'd better get going.

Tommy: Right, thanks.

(Tommy goes to the restaurant and steals the Celeste Marque 500 sports car 
from its parking lot. The man who owns the car comes out of the restaurant 
and sees him.)

Man: What are you freakin' doin' with my car? Police! Stop, thief! You 
won't get away with it!

(Although the man opens fire after him, Tommy drives off with the car and 
returns to Salieri's Bar.)

1.22. Intermezzo Four


(Tommy and Norman are talking in the cafe.)

Norman: So you killed Morello! That must have felt good, huh?

Tommy: We celebrated. Salieri was thrilled, of course. We ran the whole 
town, practically, and there seemed to be an end to the bloodshed. For a 
while I felt like a king, until I came to a realization. If a regular guy 
like me could kill the most powerful man in the city, what good was all his 
power? Hell, if he hadn't been so powerful, he'd probably still be alive. 
It seemed to me that no matter how strong someone was, there was always 
somebody stronger to take them out.

Norman: So where did that intuitive thought take you?

Tommy: Greediness is bullshit. When you have no money, you think that a few 
bucks a month would be enough. Then you realize, that it wouldn't be bad to 
have a nice car. You get a great job in some higher position, but in 
actuality you are thinking about going higher. Before you know it, you 
wanna be the President of the United States and you wanna win the war 
against the Germans. Luckily, that won't happen.

Tommy: Plus, the whole strategy of watching other people's backs has one 
basic flaw: The whole time you have to watch your own back in case someone 
else has the same idea. So I thought to myself that maybe I oughtta change 
my priorities a little.

Norman: Great bible story, ha ha.

Tommy: Laugh it up. You know where it got me in the end.

(Tommy puts a photo on the table. It shows Salieri and Morello, both 
younger, with another, older man in the middle.)

Tommy: This...

(Norman takes it and looks at it.)

Norman: Who is it?

Tommy: It's from 1920. The old man is Don Peppone. The two younger ones are 
Salieri and Morello. This photo convinced me that this kind of life is 
poisonous. Morello and Salieri were friends and they were both commanders 
of Peppone's regime. But in the 1920s, they got Don Peppone killed because 
of some deal. Strangely enough, Salieri still admires the guy now.

Tommy: Afterward they divided up the city and each ruled their own part of 
it, but they started to compete with each other. I ended up being Salieri's 
instrument of death to kill his best friend, to save him from looking 
Morello in the eye. It occured to me that my friends and the people I loved 
were the same. Some day I'd turn to Paulie and be looking straight down the 
barrel of a gun. I couldn't be sure of anybody, above or below me.

Norman: But you were risking your life everyday. Being a sharpshooter for 
the mafia ain't no bed of roses, the way you tell it.

Tommy: It's different when you're living it, when you're full of energy and 
you're fighting for your life with someone who's like your brother. You're 
just two soldiers who know what needs to be done, and it all depends on 
your ability to survive. It's a war. The constant feeling that you can't 
even trust your best friend is terrible. You are alone and death can come 
from anywhere. I'd lie awake at night wondering if the joke my best friend 
told me was really just a joke, or if I should get prepared for my own 
execution. A person needs someone he can trust.

1.23. Election Campaign


(Tommy and Salieri are in the backroom of the bar. Salieri is looking at a 

Salieri: That guy sickens me. He controls half of the brothels in the city, 
doesn't pay us a dime, and then has the nerve to say he's ending crime in 
the city. Of course, I wouldn't give a damn about what he says, but him and 
his whores are trying to expand even into our territory. I have a feeling 
it's time to finish his political career. With the elections such a long 
way off... we'll have to remove him physically.

Tommy: I don't know, boss. Haven't we seen enough violence for a while? I 
just have a strange feeling about this.

Salieri: Tommy, we are on the verge of running this town, he's the only 
thing that's standing in our way.

Tommy: You want him knocked off in public like Morello?

Salieri: In public yes, but not like Morello. Remember that knocking off a 
politician is messier than offing a gangster. We don't want anyone to 
implicate us. The speculation and fear will be enough for our purposes.

Tommy: So? How are we gonna do it?

Salieri: Mr. Sewer has a rally today in a park on a little isle off Central 
Island. There is only one escape route over a small bridge and normally it 
would be a problem, but Vincenzo has an idea. He took a regular army rifle 
and put a telescopic sight on it, so you should be able to hit him from a 
much greater distance. You won't even have to be on the island!

Tommy: Where then?

Salieri: You can get a beautiful view of him from Central Island, from the 
tower of the old abandoned prison on the north tip of the island. You'll 
have the whole park right in front of you, and with that rifle it won't be 
difficult to take out your target without attracting too much attention.

Tommy: That doesn't sound like a bad plan.

Salieri: Good. Talk to Vincenzo, and get the rifle.

Tommy: Okay, boss.

Salieri: And remember Tommy, you have to do it from a distance, and nobody 
must see you. You'll probably only get one shot at this. If you don't hit 
him immediately, they'll cover him and the job will be ruined.

Tommy: I got it, boss.

(Tommy stands up and talks to Salieri again before leaving.)

Salieri: That bastard is a typical example of today's politicians. They 
make and break the laws. It appears the greatest darkness is under the 
candlestick. But what weight can a law carry that is made to eliminate the 
frauds who thought of the scheme, when they then go and do exactly what 
they themselves have forbidden? I'll tell you! None. It's like their own 
laws didn't even exist.

(Tommy leaves and visits Vincenzo.)

Tommy: Hey! You got some heavy duty gear for me, Vincenzo?

Vincenzo: You'll need to pick this guy off at a distance, right? So I dug 
out the best weapon for you. The military trains by mounting a sight on 
this standard rifle, similar to a hunting rifle.

(Vincenzo puts the rifle on the table.)

Vincenzo: I got hold of a Mosin Nagant rifle. It's produced here but the 
Russians upgraded it to a marksman's rifle. It's a good, precise weapon.

Tommy: It looks interesting. Well, I hope it works.

(Vincenzo also puts a Colt 1911 pistol on the table.)

Vincenzo: Well, Tom, take a decent handgun too. You never know who you 
might bump into.

Tommy: Ain't that the truth, thanks.

(Tommy takes the weapons and goes to talk to Ralph.)

Ralph: Hey, Tom. I have this for you. It's a sensible, spacious and solid 

(He shows him a Wright Coupe car.)

Ralph: I think you'll like it. Yeah, and you can get into it real easy.

Tommy: Thanks, Ralphy.

(Tommy takes the car and drives to the old prison on Central Island. The 
main entrance is barred, but there is an open sewer grate nearby, 
apparently leading into the prison. There is a worker waiting next to the 
grate. Tommy approaches him.)

Worker: Hey, mister, you can't come in here! We're working!

(Tommy ignores him and enters the sewers.)

Worker: Hey! What are you doin', Mac? You can't go in there! You deaf?

(The worker calls to Tommy again when he reaches the bottom.)

Worker: You can't go in there! You deaf?

(Tommy gets out of another open sewer hole in the prison courtyard. He then 
enters the main building to get to the tower. On the way, he encounters a 
group of thugs sitting around a fire on one of the floors.)

Thug: Boys, we have a visitor!

(The thugs attack Tommy and he kills them, continuing on his way. He hears 
the voice of another of them behind a door.)

Thug: Watch it, he's comin' for us!

(Tommy kicks the door open and it slams against the thug, causing him to 
fall to the ground. There are a few other thugs around and he kills them 
all. Then he proceeds to the tower on the top floor. It has a clear view of 
the small island. Taking out his sniper rifle, Tommy takes aim and shoots 
the politician who is making a speech, surrounded by several listeners and 
bodyguards. The politician falls dead, and Tommy leaves the prison, this 
time by the main entrance. Outside, he sees the worker talking to two 
police agents. The worker points to him when he comes out.)

Worker: That's the guy I was telling you about!

(One of the agents comes up to him.)

Agent: Sorry, sir, but there's been a crime committed here and we have to 
check you out. It's only routine.

(The agent frisks Tommy and then attempts to arrest him if he has a gun.)

Agent: You've got a gun? I'll have to take you in!

(On the other hand, if Tommy has dropped his guns before leaving the 
prison, the agent lets him go.)

Agent: Thanks, everything's in order.

(Either way, Tommy leaves and visits Lucas Bertone.)

Lucas: Hello there. How are you today?

Tommy: I just got outta jail.

Lucas: Real cute, but there ain't time for that now, Tommy! I need you to 
pick up a guy in the Works Quarter, but quick! The cops are after him and 
he doesn't even know about it.

Tommy: Where?

Lucas: You won't see anyone else walking around in a suit there, so you 
certainly won't miss him. But you gotta hurry, before the cops get there, 
or he's finished! Bring him here.

Tommy: Okay, I'm on my way. But I wasn't kidding about being in jail.

(Tommy drives to the Works Quarter and calls to the man walking around in a 

Tommy: Luca sent me. The cops are after you, I gotta take you to safety.

Man: Shit, how did they find me?

(The man gets in the car.)

Tommy: And now let's go back to Lucas'.

(They go back to Lucas' shop.)

Man: What happened, Lucas?

Lucas: They figured out it was you, they know where you are and I got wind 
that they'd be coming for your ass today.

Man: Thank God it worked out that way. I could be sitting on ice.

Lucas: No no, thank Tom here. He stuck his neck out.

Man: Thanks, bud, I'll remember it.

Tommy: Glad to be of help.

Lucas: Okay, sit down a while, me and Tom need to work something out.

Man: Okay.

(The man leaves them and goes to sit on a chair.)

Lucas: Tommy, I have got something nice for you. Sixteen-cylinder with 
custom bodywork. A collector's piece.

Tommy: And where will I find it?

Lucas: Some playboy in Oak Hill's having a party today. There'll be loads 
of guests and one of them has got exactly the car you're looking for. You 
open it the same as a regular V16, but otherwise it's more of a work of art 
than a car. You'll know the place, and there'll be a lot of pricey cars 
parked there.

Tommy: Great, thanks for the tip.

(Tommy leaves and goes to the mansion in Oak Hill. The two guards at the 
gate do not let him enter.)

Guard: You ain't allowed in here!

Guard: You shouldn't be in here!

(Luckily, the cars are parked outside by the street. Tommy walks up to the 
Lassiter V16 Appolyon he is supposed to steal. There are two thugs standing 
by the car, talking.)

Thug 1: What a beaut'! That's something I'll never afford.

Thug 2: Just picture all the dames you'd pick up.

Thug 1: That wouldn't help you, buddy!

Thug 2: Ah, shut up.

Thug 1: Hmmm, look at the curves on that one!

Thug 2: What can it do?

Thug 1: You don't even know!

Thug 2: Must be customized, they take a regular car and make a totally new 
body. Must cost a fortune.

(Tommy talks to them.)

Tommy: Hey, quit staring at it, you'll scratch it!

(The thugs do not answer him.)

Tommy: You heard what I said! Ain't nothing to look at here! Beat it!

Thug 1: We didn't do nothing.

Thug 2: Don't get excited, can't we just look at it awhile?

Tommy: I know how that works, first look and then the car's gone! Get lost!

Thug 1: Alright already.

(The thugs turn to leave.)

Thug 2: That guy's nuts.

(Tommy steals the car as the thugs walk away. Then he returns to Salieri's 

1.24. Just For Relaxation

(Tommy, Salieri, Paulie and Sam are sitting in the backroom of the bar.)

Salieri: Today's job is just for relaxation, boys. There's an import firm 
that brings in lots of luxury goods from around the world. Yesterday 
another boatload of goods came into the harbor and I have a taste for a few 
of the items on the list.

Sam: What do they got that we don't have, sir?

Salieri: Well, I haven't smoked a decent cigar in a long time, and they 
have almost a ton of them.

Tommy: Cigars?

Salieri: Yes, cigars. Something strange about that? Customers in our 
nightclubs are interested in good, quality cigars, but they're expensive 
and difficult to get. If we manage to get a truck full of the best cigars, 
we can make as much money as we would off a bank job.

Sam: What?

Salieri: Oh my God. Just bring me a truckload. Paulie, explain it to them.

(Salieri gets up and leaves the room.)

Paulie: Okay, it's like this...

Tommy: Paulie, what the hell is goin' on?

Paulie: How the hell would I know, Tommy? We have to just nab a truck full 
of expensive cigars! The Don wants them and it makes us money, so it's up 
to us to get them.

Tommy: It just seems a bit smalltime for him.

Sam: Forget about it, Tom.

Paulie: The cigars we gotta steal are packed in crates at the harbor. We 
need to get them to a truck and then leave the harbor. But first we have to 
get in.

Tommy: How do we do that? There's a tougher guard at the harbor now than 
when Morello was around.

Paulie: Exactly. Brute force won't work, so we're gonna play this one cool. 
We'll just nab one of the trucks while they're moving goods around the 
city. The trucks have signs on them that say "Atlantic Import". We'll wait 
for one to come out of the harbor, follow it to a nice quiet place with no 
cops, then block its path. A few shots into the air ought to get the driver 
out. Once we take his papers, one of us can get into the harbor.

Tommy: So we're gonna kill the poor bastard?

Sam: No, it's too much hassle. So long as we get him out, get everything 
he's got on him.

Paulie: You'll take the truck to the harbor, Tommy. Load it up with the 
crates of cigars and then we'll meet at the agreed place.

Tommy: I'll load them up alone, unload them alone, and then maybe I'll 
smoke a few. So what are you gonna do?

Paulie: We'll wait a little way from the harbor at the agreed place. If 
somebody starts tailing you, we'll deal with them. Then you take the truck 
to the hand-off point.

Tommy: Yeah, right. How will I recognize these crates?

Paulie: They'll have signs on them saying "Scorsese Import Export".

Tommy: And the agreed place?

Sam: We'll go there and I'll show you.

Paulie: Yeah. First we'll go there and then we'll get the truck.

Tommy: So, let's go.

(They get up and visit Vincenzo to get their weapons.)

Vincenzo: Hey boys, so what will it be?

Paulie: Get Tom here a bat and a gun and get us two Thompsons.

Vincenzo: Okay.

(Vincenzo puts the Thompsons on the table. Paulie and Sam take them.)

Paulie: Yeah, thanks.

(Vincenzo then produces the baseball bat and the Colt 1911 pistol for 

Tommy: Thanks, Vincenzo.

(Tommy takes his weapons and they go and talk to Ralph in the garage.)

Ralph: H-H-Hey there, boys! I have something here for you. Something 
special today.

(He shows them a Lassiter V16 Fordor.)

Paulie: Yeah, I like it. It looks pretty good.

Ralph: You can g-g-get into it this way.

Tommy: Yeah, okay, we can do that. Thanks, Ralphy.

Ralph: I-It's nothing.

(They get into the car and drive out of the backyard.)

Paulie: Alright, we'll go into a place in the Works Quarter to drop Sam 

(They drive to an isolated yard in a back alley in the Works Quarter.)

Sam: Okay, okay, right here. This is perfect.

(They stop there and get out of the car.)

Paulie: Since we're all here, I wanna ask you both something.

Sam: What's on your mind?

Paulie: Well, I got this idea, I might need you to do a little job with me.

Tommy: Oh, yeah? What's the deal?

Paulie: Well, it's a big deal actually. I can't manage it alone and you're 
my good buddies, we know each other... You know...

Sam: And Salieri? He know about this?

Paulie: Nah, he doesn't and he doesn't need to know. He's already got 
enough money.

Tommy: So, what's it all about?

Paulie: Well, I was checking out this bank...

Tommy and Sam (in unison): What?!

Paulie: Cool it, it's okay! This bank isn't too secure, it's just a little 
joint. At the end of the month they always have a big pile of money in the 
safe. We'd be pretty loaded if we pulled it off.

Tommy: Or we'd all be dead! What's the matter with you? Besides, we've got 
plenty of money.

Paulie: Bull! We ain't doin' bad, but we sure aren't loaded! Salieri ain't 
a bad boss, but once in a while I'd like to make some decent dough on the 
side, not some tiny share.

Tommy: I'm not sure it's such a great plan, Paulie.

Paulie: What do you say, Sam?

Sam: Count me out. The family's pretty important to me.

Paulie: Yeah, right. You're probably right, forget about it, I was just 
thinking out loud.

Tommy: Okay, good.

Sam: Okay, I think it's time. I'll go get ready.

Paulie: I'll be back in a while. Tom, let's get to the harbor.

(Tommy and Paulie get in the car and drive to the entrance of the harbor.)

Paulie: Now, we'll wait here for a truck and then follow it. We'll overtake 
it in a safe spot and take what we need.

(They follow the truck to a warehouse, wait while its goods are unloaded, 
and then again go after it after it leaves the warehouse. They block the 
way of the truck in a place with no police and get out of their car. Tommy 
fires a few shots in the air. The truck driver gets out.)

Driver: Leave me alone!

Paulie: Get him! We gotta get those papers!

(They approach the driver.)

Tommy: Give us your papers and nothing will happen to you!

Driver: I didn't do nothing to you! I don't have anything!

(Tommy starts hitting him.)

Driver: Don't kill me, I have a wife and children!

(He continues to beat him.)

Driver: Help! Assault!

Driver: Help me somebody, they're attacking me!


(Paulie reacts if Tommy kills the driver.)

Paulie: Tom! That wasn't necessary!


(The driver drops his papers after a beating and Tommy takes them.)

Paulie: I'll meet Sam and we'll wait for you. Good luck, Tom.

(Paulie leaves with the car and Tommy takes the truck to the harbor. The 
guard at the gate stops him.)

Guard: Stop right here! Show me your license!


(The guard reacts if Tommy brings the truck still loaded with goods.)

Guard: Hey, what are you playin' at? First you gotta unload before you can 
load up again!


(Tommy shows the guard the papers he has taken from the driver.)

Guard: Alright, you can go.

(Tommy enters the harbor and gets out of the truck. He sees crates bearign 
the sign "Scorcese Import Export" in one of the warehouses and goes to it. 
However, a worker chief at the entrance accosts him.)

Chief: Where are you going? Why are you standing around doing nothing? We 
need all hands on deck today! I need you to take those crates down to the 
Dispatch Hall. I'm gonna go take a leak and it'd better be done when I get 

Tommy: Er... Yes, chief.

(The chief warns Tommy if he remains inside the warehouse without doing the 
job after the chief returns to his post.)

Chief: What are you doing here? I gave you a job to do, didn't I?

(The crates that the chief wants Tommy to carry are not the ones that are 
from the Scorcese Import Export. Tommy goes to two workers that are 
standing outside nearby and talks to them.)

Tommy: Hey, fellas.

Worker: What can I do for you, buddy?

Tommy: Boys, we need to carry those crates down to the Dispatch Hall.

Worker: Alright then. Okay, let's go, boys.

(They together carry the crates to the Dispatch Hall. When it is done, the 
chief comes and inspects them.)

Chief: Fine. But you threw them here like trash!

(Tommy goes back to the chief, who has returned to the entrance to the 
warehouse and talks to him.)

Tommy: Chief, the boys at the train there need you. They're having some 

Chief: I should've known. As soon as I turn my back everybody immediately 
goofs off.

(The chief leaves and Tommy starts carrying the Scorcese crates to the 
truck. He is caught if he cannot finish the job before the chief returns in 
a car.)

Chief: What the hell are you doing? Nobody pulls this stuff with me! Let me 
see your papers!

(He checks Tommy's papers.)

Chief: What? You're Peter? I don't think so! Guard!

(Or he is again caught if he tries to take away the crates while the chief 
is "taking a leak".)

Chief: Where are you taking that? No-one is allowed to even touch those 
crates! I thought you were acting a bit fishy. Guard!

(Either way, Tommy is attacked by the armed guards of the harbor. He 
manages to fend them off and takes the crates to the truck. As he leaves 
the harbor with the truck, he is stopped by the guard at the gate.)

Guard: STOP right there! Show me your license!

(He checks Tommy's papers.)

Guard: You're carrying something completely different than what these 
papers say! Get him!

(Tommy speeds away and the guards begin to chase him in two cars. Tommy 
gets the truck to the meeting point, where Paulie and Sam are waiting and 
they deal with the pursuers.)


(Tommy comments if he has already managed to lose the tail during the 

Tommy: So, I'm here and we don't even need to spring the trap.

Sam: Well, I'm surprised. Well done, Tommy.


Paulie: Sam is going to get Salieri. Us two will take the truck to the 
warehouse. We'll meet there in a little while.

(Sam leaves in the car they used to come to the meeting point and Tommy and 
Paulie get in the truck.)

Paulie: Okay, we're going.

(Tommy starts driving the truck to Salieri's warehouse.)

Tommy: Today was just great. While you two messed around, I carried at 
least a ton of crates surrounded by guys with guns.

Paulie: Somebody had to do it and you're the youngest. Sam always has the 
bright ideas.

Tommy: Oh, so it's SAM! Next time, you can unload that truck, I ain't 
touching another crate.

Paulie: Well, we'll see about that.

(They reach Salieri's warehouse and Tommy stops the truck. Salieri and Sam 
are not there yet.)

Paulie: Perfect! We did it!

Tommy: Good. Now we'll finally see what's inside these crates.

Paulie: Good idea, I hope it didn't get damaged on the way.

(They get out and walk to the back of the truck as Tommy lights a 
cigarette. Paulie opens the back of the truck and gets on to check the 

Paulie: A few of them fell off and the cigars are smashed up. 

(The camera just shows Tommy as he smokes his cigarette while Paulie 
rummages through the crates.)

Paulie: Well, it ain't so bad. This one's just bent, so we'll straighten it 
out... Damn! I messed that up!

Tommy: What the hell are you doing?

Paulie: What? I dropped a few things, nothing big... Hey box, what you got 

Paulie: Christ! Tom, you ain't gonna believe this!

Tommy: What is it, what's inside those boxes?

(Paulie opens one of the boxes from the crates and shows it to Tommy.)

Tommy: Damn, are you thinking what I'm thinking?

Paulie: Well, they don't look like cigars.

(Tommy takes a diamond from the box and lifts it up. Apparently the boxes 
all carry diamonds.)

Tommy: And it's definitely not rock candy.

Paulie: Those are diamonds, and a hell of a lot of them.

Tommy: What if they're just phonies? You know, they exchange cigars for 
mirrors, props, beads, stuff like that?

Paulie: I think only Columbus got away with that. These look like diamonds, 
Tom. And there's a hell of a lot of them.

Tommy: I knew Salieri wouldn't risk so much for some damned cigars.

Paulie: Well, it looks like you were right. What do you wanna do? Should we 
take them?

Tommy: What? You think we'd get away with it?

Paulie: Well, we could say that some crates got lost in the chase... or...

Tommy: You can forget that! That's bullshit!

(Tommy gives the box back to Paulie.) 

Tommy: Put them back where you found them! I don't wanna end up with a hole 
in my head!

Paulie: What if we just took one or two each? There's so many.

Tommy: Paulie!

Paulie: Okay, okay, I'll put them back...

(Paulie puts the box back into the crate.)

Paulie: But what if Salieri doesn't even know about them?

Tommy: I think we can easily find out if he knows.

Paulie: How?

(Tommy looks and sees their car approaching the warehouse.)

Tommy: Sam's bringing him here right now. Come, we'll see firsthand if he 

(Paulie gets off the back of the truck. Next, Salieri is seen next to the 

Salieri: Bravo, boys! You did it. You've got a well-deserved bonus coming 
your way.

(Salieri looks at the crates.)

Salieri: Ah, one crate got broke, but it's nothing. It looks like these 
ones at the back are okay. Bravo, bravo.

Tommy: Boss, should we unload the crates and put the cigars into the 

Salieri: Eh... no no, not yet. Anyway, why should you do it? I can get 
someone else. You want to work in my warehouse, too? Ha ha... Now go take 
it real easy, boys. Good work.

(Tommy and Paulie stop for a moment before entering the car in order to 

Tommy: Paulie? I'll stop by tomorrow and we can talk about that little deal 
you mentioned.

Paulie: Okay.

(They get in the car and Sam drives off.)

1.25. Moonlighting

(Tommy is walking on the street.)

Tommy: (narrating) The next day I went to Paulie's like we arranged.

(Next, Tommy is seen sitting at a table in Paulie's flat. Paulie gives him 
a glass of drink.)

Paulie: So what, Tom? What's with the sudden change of heart? I didn't 
think you wanted to do it.

(He goes into the kitchen.)

Tommy: That was when I still thought that Salieri wasn't using us. Now I 
know that he is.

Paulie: Well, you're certainly right there. So, would you do the bank?

Tommy: What about Sam?

Paulie: Hey, you heard him. He's worried about what might happen and the 
Don coming after us. So, if you wanna do it, it's just you and me. What do 
you have to say?

(He comes to the table from the kitchen and puts some ice in their drinks.)

Tommy: First I'd like to see this bank, then I'll listen to your plan.

Paulie: Fine. We can go and look at it right now.

Tommy: Okay, let's go.

(They finish their drinks, leave the flat and go outside.)

Paulie: Follow me. We'll take the train, it ain't that far.

(They go to the train station and take the train.)

Paulie: We'll be there in a few minutes. So, how's everything going?

Tommy: Aside from the last few jobs, pretty boring. Of course, my kid keeps 
things interesting.

Paulie: You know, I actually envy you. I gotta find a dame and start making 
babies. When I look at my life, I don't seem to be doing much. Hang out, go 
to parties. I'm getting pretty bored with it. The problem is I don't know 
how to do anything else.

Paulie: I think most people would like to change. Everybody imagines the 
adventures and dough they see in movies. There's nothing about the boring 
deal makin'. I'm always having to negotiate deals with people and I can't 
make notes of anything because of the cops, so I have to remember all of 
it. I ain't 20 no more and I'm starting to forget! Sometimes, I don't know 
who promised me what, who I lent what, and, as a result, someone always 
messes with me and I lose out on the dough. It just pisses me off.

Tommy: Well, we still have the excitement.

Paulie: Oh, that's the worst! Nothing happens for six months, I start to 
get lazy and suddenly, BOOM, some action. Don't think I ain't worried 
something might happen to us.

Tommy: So what are we supposed to do?

Paulie: This'll be our last big job. It'd be enough to get me a pizzeria 
someplace, you know, something.

Tommy: Oh really?

Paulie: Wait a minute.

(The train approaches the station.)

Paulie: Get ready, we're getting off here.

(They get off and walk to the First National Bank. Paulie stops outside.)

Paulie: So this is it, it ain't too big and it ain't too small. Let's take 
a look inside.

(They enter the bank. There are two security guards standing by the front 

Guard: Good day.

(Tommy and Paulie get to the center of the main hall, where several clerks 
are helping customers.)

Paulie: Okay. We'll start here in the hall. We'll run in here and shout 
that it's a raid. These two guards will probably just give up, but if they 
want to play heroes we liquidate them. As soon as they are out of the way, 
we gotta get the keys to the safe. We'll have to find out where they are 
from the clerks. I think they'll talk if a gun's at their heads. You go 
through that door behind the counter, after you get the key. 

Paulie: The door leads to a corridor. On the right is a staircase down to 
the safe and upstairs to the office. If you have the keys go straight to 
the safe, otherwise you'll have to get them somewhere upstairs. Downstairs 
there will probably be more security guards. You'll have to deal with them 
alone while I keep everything in check upstairs. Downstairs there is a 
large safe, which you gotta unlock. Then you just gotta get the dough and 
get out. That's everything.

Tommy: Okay.

Paulie: Let's go, we'd better get out of here.

(They leave the bank through the main door.)

Guard: Goodbye.

(Outside Paulie stops and talks to Tommy again.)

Paulie: The bank is connected to the Holmes Security System, but even with 
radio the cars can't get here for five minutes. That means that we'll have 
five minutes from the time we get in to do everything and then disappear.

Paulie: We're gonna need some wheels. It's stupid to get a car from Ralphy, 
'cos he'll tell Salieri. You'll have to get a good, fast set of wheels, 
Tommy. For you that shouldn't be a problem.

Tommy: No, it shouldn't. I think Lucas would know of something.

Paulie: Okay, try to get something fast, we'll need it.

Tommy: I guess they won't just let us leave even if we get outta the bank 
in time, we could still meet the cops in the city. And how do you wanna 
deal with them?

Paulie: We head to an abandoned joint right in Hoboken, it has Palermo Club 
written on the wall.

Tommy: Great.

Paulie: Then there's still a little problem with guns. I have my own stuff, 
but you don't. You'll need to get some kind of heater. I think I know a 
place where you can pick one up. It's pretty far, it's probably best to go 
by train. 

Paulie: Get on here and then go to Hoboken. Get off at the Central Hoboken 
station and go in the direction from which you came by the train to the 
nearest crossroads. Under the elevated railway there's a road. Follow that 
and turn left at the next road. You'll see an old movie house called the 
Twister. At the side entrance you'll find Yellow Pete's shop. Tell him I 
sent you, and he should have something.

Tommy: I'll do that now. I'll get some weapons, then the car, then I'll 
stop by your place.

Paulie: Yeah. Pull in front of the building and honk your horn, the 
janitor's always locking the door. I'll come down and we'll go. I'll see 
you later.

Tommy: Great.

(Tommy goes to the place Paulie described to him. There is a metal door at 
the side of the Twister movie house. He knocks on it and a man opens the 
slide on the door.)

Man: What do you want?

Tommy: Paulie sent me.

Man: Oh, come in.

(The man opens the door and Tommy enters. He goes down a staircase to the 
room where Yellow Pete has set up his office. He is a stooped one-armed man 
and is standing behind a wooden table. There are guns and ammunition on 
racks and tables all around the room.)

Pete: Okay, son, what brings you here?

Tommy: Paulie sent me. We need some weapons.

Pete: Right, Paulie. Yeah, I know him... at least I think I know him... 
That short, moody guy, right?

Tommy: Ehm, you could say that.

Pete: Still working for Salieri? Well, give that old goomba my regards.

Tommy: Sure... Ehm, anyway, the weapons...

Pete: Sure, sure... So what does Paulie need?

(Tommy buys the weapons he needs from Yellow Pete.)

Tommy: That should be everything.

Pete: Great! I won't keep you from your work, son! Now, you say hello to 
Paulie for me.

Tommy: Sure. Thanks.

(Tommy leaves Yellow Pete's shop and visits Lucas.)

Tommy: Hey, Luca, I need a powerful car and fast.

Lucas: Wow, I was just about to call you! I also need a quick favor, and 
the car I have for you is definitely worth it.

Tommy: What do you need?

Lucas: I promised to bring some guy a delivery and I can't get out the shop 
today. Could you take it to him?

Tommy: Okay, I ain't done no deliveries yet, sure.

Lucas: Make sure nothing happens to the guy before you give it to him. He's 
passing it on to someone else and if something happens to him, the whole 
deal's ruined.

Tommy: And is something likely to happen?

Lucas: Hmmm, well, you know, you never can tell...

Tommy: Where do I find this guy?

Lucas: On the plot under the hoisting bridge crossing to Downtown. His 
name's Dick. Before you give it to him, make sure you ain't followed. Here 
it is.

(Lucas gives Tommy the package. Tommy leaves and finds Dick waiting under 
the bridge.)

Tommy: You Dick?

Dick: Dick? My name is Big Dick!

Tommy: A-haa. Sure. I got this package from Luca, Dick.

(Tommy gives him the package.)

Dick: Great. Anyone tail you?

Tommy: I don't think so, no.

Dick: Yeah? Then who are those guys?

(Tommy turns and sees several armed men running towards them.)

Tommy: Shit!

Dick: So, show them what you got!

Tommy: You too, Big Dick.

(They fight and kill the attackers.)

Dick: You ain't as soft as you look.

Tommy: You neither.

Dick: What do you mean?

Tommy: Ah, nothing, don't worry about it. Enjoy yourself.

Dick: Okay, fine, send my regards to Lucas.

(Dick leaves. Tommy returns to Lucas.)

Tommy: Jesus, Lucas, that was a close one.

Lucas: What happened?

Tommy: As soon as I got there, some hoods wanted to beat on us.

Lucas: Is Dick alright? Did you give him the package?

Tommy: Yeah, no problem. We took care of them together and then he took off 

Lucas: Thank God! You don't know how grateful I am! I have a real beauty 
for you now. It's an American car from a German manufacturer, it's the best 
around these days!

Tommy: Well, it was certainly worth the risk! Where can I find it?

Lucas: Yesterday I overheard a customer. Today around this time, he's 
usually driving from Oakwood Junior High School to a meeting somewhere on 
Central Island. Then follow him and when he parks, simply take the car. The 
locks will be your only problem. Haha... But I know you'll manage them no 

Tommy: Thanks, Lucas. Can't wait.

(Tommy leaves Lucas and goes to Oakwood. There he spots the man leaving the 
high school with the car. He follows him to Central Island and takes the 
car after the man parks and leaves. The car is a Trautenberg Model J. Tommy 
then drives to Paulie's home and honks the horn in front of the building. 
Paulie calls out to him from his apartment.)

Paulie: Okay, I'll be right down!

(He comes out of the building and gets in the car.)

Paulie: So what? Everything's in order? Got everything you need?

Tommy: Yeah... Hey, that Yellow Pete is a little nuts!

Paulie: He's an old loony, but his stuff's good.

Tommy: Why they call him Yellow?

Paulie: Did you see his teeth? They're the yellowest in town... and they 
also stink the most!

Tommy: Right! Right!

(They reach the bank.)

Paulie: Here it is. Stop, Tom.

(Tommy parks the car in front of the bank.)

Paulie: Here we are.

(They get out of the car.)

Paulie: Okay, let's go in.

(They enter the bank. When they are in the middle of the hall, Paulie takes 
out his gun.)

Paulie: Okay, everybody!

(The customers and the security guard near them raise their hands.)

Paulie: This is a heist! Get down on the floor and nothing will happen to 

(Most of the people get down on the floor.)

Paulie: I said on the floor! Everybody!

(All the people get down. Then two security guards come rushing to the hall 
from other parts of the bank.)

Paulie: Deal with the guard!

(Tommy kills the two guards.)

Paulie: Okay, I like it. Nice and cool. Everything'll be hunky-dory.

(Paulie goes to one of the clerks and threatens him with his gun.)

Paulie: I want the keys to the safe and make it quick! Where are they?

Clerk: Sir, the keys to the grating are here, but only the manager has keys 
to the safe...

Paulie: What? Where can I find the manager?

Clerk: He's upstairs in his office...

(Paulie turns to Tommy.)

Paulie: Okay! Find the keys and get the dough fast, man!


(Paulie reacts if Tommy starts killing the customers.)

Paulie: What the hell? Have you gone nuts? You can't kill them all!


(Paulie also reacts if Tommy has killed all the clerks, leaving none to 
question about the keys.)

Paulie: That's just great! How are they gonna tell us where the keys are if 
they're all dead? Go find them. We've got five minutes!


(Tommy can also question the clerk to get the same response about the 
location of the keys.)

Tommy: One more time! Where are the keys?


(Tommy takes the keys to the grating from the clerk's booth and then moves 
upstairs to find the manager's room, fighting a few guards on the way. He 
finds the room and enters. The manager stands up from his desk and raises 
his hands when Tommy comes in with his gun.)

Tommy: The keys to the safe!

Manager: They're t-t-there in... in... in the cupboard. Just don't k-k-kill 
me, I have a family!

(Tommy takes the safe keys from the cupboard and goes to the basement where 
the safe is located. He fights and kills a few more guards before he can 
reach the safe. He unlocks the grating and opens the safe with the keys and 
walks inside, impressed by all the money.)

Tommy: Wow!

(The camera switches to the hall, where Paulie is keeping an eye on the 
customers on the floor with his gun. A woman is screaming.)

Woman: Aaah!

Paulie: Stop screaming!

(The woman keeps screaming.)

Paulie: Stop right now! Nobody move!

(The cutscene switches back to Tommy and a gunshot is heard from above. 
Tommy loads as much money as he can carry into a sack and goes back 
upstairs into the main hall. There the screaming woman is lying dead on the 
floor near the door, apparently shot by Paulie while trying to escape.)

Paulie: That's it, let's get outta here!

(They leave the bank with the money and drive to the abandoned Palermo Club 
in Hoboken.)

Paulie: Okay, this is the place. We did it.

(Tommy stops the car in the garage of the club and they get out.)

Paulie: We're loaded, Tom! We did it! It worked!

Tommy: Sure looks like it. So what now?

Paulie: We'll change our clothes so they won't pick us up on the street, 
and put the dough in the briefcase.

Tommy: Fine, then what?

Paulie: We don't say a word to anyone. Sleep on it, stop by tomorrow and 
think about what we're goin' to do with the dough. I'll take it with me, so 
Sarah won't find it, you know.

Tommy: Just don't run off with it.

Paulie: Sure, I'll take off to Hawaii! Ha ha ha...

Tommy: Don't try it, I'd find you and stuff that metal-plated briefcase 
down your throat.

Paulie: I'm lookin' forward to it.

1.26. The Death of Art

(Tommy is seen walking on the street to Paulie's house.)

Tommy: (narrating) We hid the dough from the bank at Paulie's for the time 
being. We couldn't blow it all straight away so we arranged that I'd stop 
by there the next day and we'd think of the best way to invest it. I had 
loads of ideas of what to do with the money but I was pretty curious about 
what Paulie's plans were.

(Tommy enters the building and goes up to Paulie's floor. There he notices 
that the door to Paulie's apartment is not locked. Alarmed, he opens the 
door and finds Paulie lying dead on the floor in the foyer. There are 
several gunshot wounds on his back.)

Tommy: Oh, Jesus... What the hell happened?

(Tommy takes out his gun and checks Paulie's pulse, but he is already dead. 
His eyes are open and blood is oozing out of his mouth.)

Tommy: Paulie... Paulie...

(He stands up and looks around the house.)

Tommy: Christ... the dough, where's the dough?!

(He checks an empty crate.)

Tommy: Dammit, it's all gone. This is like a bad dream...

(There is also a patch of blood on Paulie's bed. Tommy goes and carefully 
looks out the window. Then the phone rings. He picks it up. It is Sam.)

Sam: Paulie?

Tommy: Ehm, Sam? It's Tom... Paulie's dead... I... I...

Sam: Christ! I knew it. Tom, you're in deep shit! I wanted to warn Paulie, 
Salieri found out about the bank and decided he wasn't gonna tolerate it! I 
didn't make it in time. Tom, you gotta disappear fast.

Tommy: Sam, I... I didn't know it would be such a big deal... I... what 
should I do? I can't just leave Sarah and the kid!

Sam: Okay, okay, Tom, I'll help you. We gotta meet somewhere but almost 
everywhere is dangerous for you now. Our best bet would be the city 

Tommy: Okay, okay, I'll be there in a little while... I... thank you... You 
know Paulie is lying here in a million pieces, I don't know who else I 
could turn to...

Sam: It's okay. I still owe you one.

Tommy: Thanks, Sam.

(Tommy leaves the building as several police detectives come in to 
investigate. Police vehicles are parked outside the building. Tommy goes to 

Lucas: Hey, Tommy! You look exhausted...

Tommy: I am and I've definitely got a good reason to be.

Lucas: What happened?

Tommy: It doesn't matter. I just need a good set of wheels, Lucas.

Lucas: We'll see what could be done.

Tommy: Great. What do you need today?

Lucas: I need to find out where a certain guy is hidden. He owes a lot of 
people big time and I'm one of them.

Tommy: Where can I find him?

Lucas: This hooker has fallen for him and she brings him food and, you 
know, stuff, but so far nobody knows where. So, you need to find her and 
find out where he's hidden. Then I'll find him and deal with him.

Tommy: And where do I find her?

Lucas: She works in that same hotel which you blew a hole out of in '32. 
But if you wait for her there, she'll certainly lead you to him.

Tommy: And then?

Lucas: When she goes home, just come back here and tell me where she goes.

Tommy: Okay.

(Tommy goes to the hotel and waits for the woman. After a short while she 
comes out.)

Tommy: That would be her.

(He secretly follows her until she enters a building.)

Tommy: Well, it looks like I hit the nail right on the head.


(The woman notices him if he comes too close and then the mission is 

Woman: You bastard, why are you following me? What do you want, you louse? 
People, this louse's been following me awhile! Call the cops, so they pick 
him up! Help! Help, assault! Some fruitcake's following me! Help me, 


(Tommy returns to Lucas after finding out where the man is hidden.)

Tommy: I found him for you, Lucas. He lives Downtown on the corner of the 
street above the church.

Lucas: Fantastic. She didn't see you?

Tommy: No way. So where's this car?

Lucas: Sure, you know where the used car dealership is in town?

Tommy: Up near Chinatown?

Lucas: Right! You'll find it there! An improved version of one sports car 
with front-wheel drive.

Tommy: And how is it better than the old one?

Lucas: Performance, son! The accelerator is much better, even if, at first 
sight, the car looks the same. But when you go for it, watch out, the car 
isn't for sale and belongs to the owner, and he's got real nasty dogs 

Tommy: I should handle it.

(Tommy leaves Lucas and goes to the lot of the used car dealership. He 
breaks into the lot by shooting the lock of the doors and kills the 
watchdogs that attack him. He then takes the car Lucas told him about, a 
Thor 812 Cabriolet FWD.)


(Tommy makes a comment if he comes near the Salieri Bar, the doors to the 
backyard of which are closed.)

Tommy: This ain't such a good idea.


(After taking the car, Tommy goes to Yellow Pete's shop to get some 
weapons. He knocks on the door and the man recognizes him.)

Man: Ah, it's you again. Come in.

(He opens the door. Tommy enters and talks to Yellow Pete.)

Pete: Hello, son. So how's Paulie?

Tommy: Paulie's dead.

Pete: Well, I guess he ain't too well then, may he rest in peace. Knowing 
you, he's probably resting in pieces, hm? So your little job didn't work 

Tommy: It looks that way.

Pete: Well, so you'll be needing some weapons then, right?

Tommy: I see you never forget the business side of things.

Pete: Of course not. That'd be a big mistake!

Tommy: Okay, show me what you got.

(Tommy buys some weapons from Pete's collection.)

Tommy: Thanks, here's the money.

Pete: Thank you kindly and I hope you get those bastards. Paulie deserves 
at least that.


(If Tommy talks to Pete again to buy more weapons, Pete greets him 

Pete: Greetings. How can I be of service this time, young fella?


(Tommy leaves Yellow Pete's shop and drives to the city gallery with the 
intention of meeting Sam. He enters the gallery and is suddenly ambushed by 
two gangsters wielding pistols while he is looking around the entrance 

Gangster: Don't move, scumbag!

Tommy: Oh shit!

(Dollar bills start to fall on Tommy from above and Sam's voice is heard.)

Sam: Surprise!

(Tommy looks up and sees Sam on the upper balcony holding a cigarette in 
his hand.)

Sam: Haha! You weren't lookin' for that at Paulie's, by chance?

Tommy: Sam, what's going on? I thought we were meeting alone.

Sam: The situation's changed, Tom.

(Sam lights his cigarette.)

Sam: I had to decide whose side I was on and sorry, but it would be 
suicidal to stand on your side. I can live with murder, though.

Tommy: So, you killed Paulie?!

Sam: Well, I was more the means to his death. The same as I am in your 

Tommy: I would never have expected this from you, Sam!

Sam: Well, I'm in a good mood. Things are lookin' up for me, and I found a 
bag of money.

Tommy: So killing off your partners is a big laugh? Maybe I should try it.

Sam: It ain't bad, but you probably won't have time.

Tommy: It's never too late to start. I guess honor's out of the picture?

Sam: Honor's meaningless! This is business and you've broken its unwritten 
rules many times over, Tom. Maybe I feel some pity, but that's outta place 
in business.

Tommy: I didn't notice that I was the cause of the family's problems.

Sam: Really? You did what you wanted, Tom! You didn't kill Frank! You let 
that whore get away and then the bank! You can't do what you know as right, 
because you don't know nothing. You don't grasp the effects of your 
actions. The Don is the thinker.

Tommy: You were never a great thinker, so you probably need him. That's not 
how I feel. I can think for myself.

Sam: The opinion of Don Salieri is that he won't go and sit in jail just 
because of your feelings. And I agree with his opinion completely. Don 
Salieri really liked you, Tom, and I did too. We'll cry together at the 

Tommy: You poor bastard, Sam, I feel sorry for you.

Sam: But I'm alive. It's a pity you can't use that money. Don't worry, 
we'll give Sarah a little something. You know, single mothers don't have it 
easy these days. The Don will take care of her, he isn't as much of a 
monster as you think. Goodbye, Tom, it was nice knowing you. Take good care 
of him, boys... And please, don't make him suffer. He's my buddy.

(Sam leaves. Just as the two gangsters prepare to shoot him, Tommy takes a 
small Colt Detective Special pistol out of his sleeve and shoots one of 
them before jumping behind a column. He then kills the two and then other 
gangsters who rush to the lobby. After that he begins to fight his way 
through the building. Sam again greets him from a balcony.)

Sam: As I see it, the boys underestimated you, Tom! Well, I hope they'll be 
luckier this time. Boys, be careful you don't break anything! There are 
lots of beautiful and valuable things in here!

(Sam leaves and Tommy is again confronted by several gangsters. He kills 
them and goes up on the upper floor to pursue Sam.)

Tommy: Sam!

(Tommy continues to fight his way through the gallery and eventually 
reaches a circular balcony that looks down onto a hall, holding his Colt 
1911 pistol. Suddenly, Sam opens fire on him from the other side of the 
balcony with his Tommy gun. Tommy takes cover behind a column.)

Tommy: It looks like you underestimated your new partners! Maybe you 
oughtta change sides.

Sam: It's still not over, Tom!

(They exchange gunfire for a few seconds.)

Tommy: Things aren't what they look like, Sam. Salieri also double-crossed 

Sam: What are you talking about?

Tommy: We almost got killed because of those stupid cigars. Salieri knew 
that the job was risky. There were diamonds hidden between those cigars, he 
didn't wanna give us a cut. That's why Paulie wanted to take the bank, 
because he realized how Salieri was ripping us off.

Sam: He told me about those diamonds, Tom. He only wanted to keep them 
secret so nobody knew where they were before he sold them. Besides, the 
diamonds have nothing to do with the fact that you didn't kill Frank! He 
broke the Omerta. Which is worse, Tom?

Tommy: How do you know I didn't kill Frank?

Sam: You can blame it all on someone else you didn't kill. You're too 
human. She came back to the city and we found her by accident.

Tommy: Dammit!

(Tommy fires a few shots at Sam.)

Sam: Tom, Tom, you know you can't trust a dame. I can understand it isn't 
easy to kill your wife's best friend. I should have done it for you. She 
also pleaded with me and cried. Well, we realized that we couldn't rely on 
you, so we checked up a little and found out about Frank.

Tommy: Sam, do you really think everything has to end like this? We still 
got a chance.

Sam: There ain't no way back now, Tom, I'm sorry.

(Sam opens fire on Tommy and a gunfight begins between them. Eventually Sam 
is wounded and retreats from the other side of the balcony. Tommy pursues 
him by the trail of blood and finds him limping, trying to get away. Sam 
turns and shoots at him again and Tommy dodges the bullets by jumping onto 
the floor. Then Sam's gun jams and Tommy points his pistol at him.)

Sam: Dammit.

(Tommy does not pull the trigger.)

Sam: Hey, it's the same situation again, Tom. And once again you can't 

(Sam drops his Tommy gun and runs away.)

Tommy: Dammit!

(Tommy goes after Sam and finds him limping in a hall below him. He points 
his gun and, after a few seconds of hesitation, shoots him in the back. Sam 
touches the wound on his chest and looks at his bloody hand.)

Sam: You... you... did it... But they'll get you all the same... Salieri... 
will... get you...

(He turns to face Tommy.)

Sam: He stood by you... you rat... You're dangerous, Tom... and Paulie... 
is dead... He was never... sure... that you wouldn't... forgive... his... 
death... You gonna have to... hide... like an outcast... and one... day 
they'll get you... all the same... like Frank...

Tommy: They found him?!

Sam: You only... length... lengthened his life... but in the end they found 
him... all the same... and Frank... was the Don's... only real... friend... 
Friendship ain't worth shit...

(Tommy shoots Sam several times. Sam falls against the railing around the 
opening in the middle of the hall and the level ends with drops of his 
blood falling onto the dollars from the bank robbery in the entrance hall 

1.27. Epilogue

(Tommy and Detective Norman are continuing their conversation in the cafe.)

Norman: So it was you again, huh? You destroyed the picture collection 
worth a few million dollars?

Tommy: I wasn't planning on it, but somehow it worked out that way.

Norman: Otherwise that's everything?

Tommy: I got out of there fast. It was no picnic. I really was in danger, 
but I pulled it off. I took the wife and daughter and immediately left the 
country. Sam was right, if they decided to find Frank in Europe and take 
revenge almost five years after he disappeared, they wouldn't let me just 
leave after betraying them.

Norman: And you're willing to say all that you've now said to me in front 
of a court and give evidence against all those men? Don't you think the 
situation will be a lot worse for you? What you're planning to do now isn't 
betrayal, it's more like treason.

Tommy: If these people go to jail, or better yet, death row, they won't be 
able to take revenge on me. At least not as easily as if they were free. I 
am willing to give evidence against them if you ensure our protection and, 
after the trial, a new identity for me, my wife and my daughter.

Norman: If we manage to pull it off, it will be the biggest legal battle 
this country's ever seen. It's an interesting offer. I don't know if it's 
moral to help somebody like you, but I think the results would be worth it. 
I think we'll help you...

(The camera shows four newspapers in a row. The headline of the first one 
reads "GANGSTER TRIAL! What will be next?" The second newspaper reads 
"SALIERI'S GANG PUT BEHIND BARS?" and contains a photo that shows Salieri's 
Bar wrecked with a dead man lying on the floor. The third headline says "80 
HITMEN" Next, Tommy is seen sitting at a table in a solitary cell and 
writing in a notebook.)

Tommy: (narrating) Everything worked out until the legal case. I sat in my 
cell and wrote down the evidence I had against all the people I had worked 
with. People I had been friends with for ten years. The case was huge and 
caused a shock throughout the country. Salieri got life, even some of his 
thugs got the chair. The shortest sentence was eight years. I spent the 
whole time in a closed cell at a secret location, with no visitors. I 
didn't see Sarah or my little girl the entire time.

(The view switches to a suburban area on a sunny day, where Tommy, now an 
old man with gray hair and a moustache, is watering the garden of his 

Tommy: (narr.) In the end it was worth it. Norman got us new identities, 
and moved us to the other end of the US. I got work as a driver for a 
respectable company. We started a whole new life. This peace was only 
interrupted by the war, but we got through it...

(A red sports car parks near the house and two men wearing suits and hats 
get out. They approach Tommy from behind.)

Man: Mr. Angelo?

(Tommy turns to them.)

Tommy: Yes?

Man: Mr. Salieri sends his regards.

(One of the men shoots Tommy with a shotgun. They leave as Tommy lies dead 
in a pool of blood. After showing a close-up view of Tommy's face, the 
camera begins to move away, showing the garden and house from above.)

Tommy: (narrating) You know, the world isn't run by the laws written on 
paper. It's run by people. Some according to laws, others not. It depends 
on each individual how his world will be, how he makes it. And you also 
need a whole lot of luck, so that somebody else doesn't make your life 
hell. And it ain't as simple as they tell you in grade school. But it is 
good to have strong values and to maintain them. In marriage, in crime, in 
war, always and everywhere.

Tommy: (narr.) I messed up. So did Paulie and Sam. We wanted a better life, 
but in the end we were a lot worse off than most other people. You know, I 
think it's important to keep a balance in things. Yeah, balance, that's the 
right word. Because the guy who wants too much risks losing absolutely 
everything. Of course, the guy who wants too little from life, might not 
get anything at all.


2.1. Extras

These are some general extra comments you can get by talking to different 
characters or doing something in any point in the game.


Salieri's comments if you talk to him after a mission briefing

Salieri: We'll talk when you return.

Salieri: Leave me alone a while, I need to think things over.

Salieri: We both got jobs to do, Tommy. We'll talk later.


Luigi's comments if you talk to him

Luigi: Sorry, Tom, but I'm really busy right now.

Luigi: We'll have a glass of something er... later after closing time.

Luigi: Not now, Tom, I've got my hands full.


Frank's comments if you talk to him

Frank: Sorry, Tom, I don't got no time right now.

Frank: We'll sort this out later, Tommy.


Vincenzo's comments if you talk to him

Vincenzo: Sorry, Tom, I got some work to do.


Ralph's comments if you talk to him to discard a car in the backyard of the 

Ralph: What d-do you n-need?

Ralph: W-w-what will it be?


Paulie's comments if you talk to him during a mission

Paulie: Now ain't the time to talk. We got a job to do.

Paulie: I got a lot of stuff goin' on, I can't talk right now.

Paulie: We'll chat later tonight at the bar.

Paulie: We'll talk later.


Sam's comments if you talk to him during a mission

Sam: Not now, Tommy.

Sam: We got a job to do, we'll talk later.

Sam: I ain't in the mood to talk.


Sam's comments if he is not accompanying you on a mission and you talk to 
him before leaving the bar after the mission briefing

Sam: I won't keep you now, Tom.

Sam: Just go, the job won't work.

Sam: You gotta go, so the Don don't get pissed.


If you attack customers in the Salieri Bar

Luigi: Stop it, Tommy! You gone nuts?

Luigi: What the hell, Tommy, stop it or we don't know each other!

Luigi: Stop that! You'll ruin everything!


If you attack Salieri

Salieri: Stop right now! You'll pay for this damage!

Salieri: One more and you're finished with me!


If you attack Frank

Frank: Ow! What are you doing, Tom?

Frank: Ow! Have you gone nuts!?


If you attack Luigi

Luigi: Oww! Leave me alone, Tommy!

Luigi: Oww! This is no joke, stop it now!


If you attack Vincenzo

Vincenzo: OW! Tom, what are you hitting me for?!

Vincenzo: Stop that, that hurts!

Vincenzo: This is what I get after all I do for you?


If you attack Ralph

Ralph: OW! Tommy, l-leave me alone!

Ralph: OW! That h-h-hurts! W-What are you doing?!

Ralph: OW! When the D-D-Don finds out, he won't be h-h-happy!


If you attack Paulie

Paulie: Ow! Stop that!

Paulie: Ow! Tom, you're starting to piss me off!

Paulie: Ow! One more time and you ain't getting up again!


If you attack Sam

Sam: Ow! Was that a joke? It was pretty bad!

Sam: Ow! Tom, don't piss me off!

Sam: Ouch! Alright, that's enough!


If you go and talk to Lucas before finishing your main mission

Tommy: I still got some work today, I'll stop by after.


If you talk to Lucas after he has given you a mission

Lucas: First finish the job, then I'll give you a better car.


If you talk to Lucas after the mission is finished

Lucas: I don't have anything else for you today, Tom.


If you try to leave the bar without taking your weapons from Vincenzo

Tommy: I still have to go to Vincenzo's for a gun.

Tommy: I still gotta go to Vincenzo's to get a heater.


If you linger for too long in the bar during a mission with Paulie

Paulie: Where are you, Tom? Come on, let's go, we ain't got all day!


If you try to leave the bar without taking a car

Tommy: Well, it's too far to walk, I oughtta take the car.

Tommy: I guess I oughtta take the car.

Tommy: Maybe Ralphy has something for me.

Tommy: It's probably better to go by car.

Paulie: These are brand-new shoes, you think I'm gonna walk over there?

Paulie: We gotta go pick up the car, Tommy.

2.2. Taxi Comments

These are the comments made by the customers and Tommy if you get into a 
traffic accident in the "Running Man" level

Customer: Do you want to kill me?

Tommy: You ain't scared, are you?

Customer: Do you always drive like this?

Tommy: Sorry.

Customer: Do you know how to drive?

Tommy: Excuse me.

Customer: Ouch! You got a license?

Tommy: Sorry, nobody's perfect.

Customer: I wanted to go to the hospital, now I need to go to the hospital!

Customer: You tryin' to kill us?

Tommy: At least we're okay.

Customer: Can't you steer?

Tommy: I didn't mean to do that.

Customer: Ouch! What are you drivin' like this for?

Tommy: I apologize.

Customer: Oww! Do you even know how to drive?

Tommy: Don't worry, I know how to drive.

Customer: Ouch! Drive carefully!

Customer: Oww! I nearly broke my jaw!

Customer: You nearly got us killed!

Customer: Ouch! What are you doing?

Customer: Ouch! Why are you drivin' like that?


If you leave the car

Tommy: I can't just leave the car. If I'm seen I'll be fired for sure.


If you run over a pedestrian

Customer: What the hell have you done? I ain't goin' no further with you!

Customer: You ran that man over! Stop now!

Customer: Christ, you knocked somebody over! Stop, we've got to help them!

Customer: You just knocked someone over? Stop, I ain't staying in here 
another minute!

Customer: Oh my God, look what you've done! Stop! I want to get out!

2.3. Tutorial

This is the tutorial level of the game. It's not connected to the main 
campaign but the unseen instructor says some interesting things.

(Tommy begins the tutorial in a narrow hallway.)

Instructor: Okay, kid, here's where you're gonna learn what it takes to be 
a real mafioso. Every wise guy has a compass in his head, telling him which 
way and where to go. So follow your inner compass and go to the stage with 
the table on it.

(Tommy begins to move, following the mission compass.)

Instructor: Are you sure you're not being followed?

(By following the compass, he enters a large room. There is a wooden stage 
with a table and a microphone to the left of the room.)

Instructor: Alright, now climb up on the stage. Be careful not to rip your 

(He gets up on the stage.)

Instructor: Well, you got yourself dirty climbing up here anyway, so you 
may as well practice a side roll. You're no good to the Don if you get 

(Tommy does a side roll.)

Instructor: Now go to the table. When you're next to the table, the 
exclamation mark will appear in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. 
It's the action button. The action button symbol indicates that you can 
perform an action or interact with the environment. Here you can take the 
guns from the table. Go on, do it.

(He takes two pistols from the table.)

Instructor: You can perform one more action on the stage. See what you can 
find. If you're not sure what you should be doing, you can review your 

(Tommy speaks into the microphone.)

Tommy: Hello? Is there anyone home?

Instructor: Stop making a fool of yourself. It's time to get on with more 
serious business. Choose a weapon from your inventory.

(He takes out a gun.)

Instructor: Let's see how you can handle a gun. Shoot the cans off of the 

(He shoots some cans on a smaller table up ahead.)

Instructor: Always remember to reload, just in case you get into trouble. 
But remember, when you throw away a magazine or empty a chamber that isn't 
completely empty, you will lose the unused rounds.

(Tommy reloads his gun.)

Instructor: You should also be prepared to switch weapons as quickly as 

(He switches to his other gun.)

Instructor: Just because you are a part of the mafia doesn't mean that you 
can walk around waving a gun. The police will arrest you if they see you 
carrying a gun. Hide your weapon now.

(He holsters his gun.)

Instructor: Now take the baseball bat from the table.

(Tommy goes back to the table and picks up the baseball bat.)

Instructor: You can't carry and hide all of the weapons under your coat. If 
you have a large weapon like a shotgun hidden but are also carrying another 
one and you spot a policeman, you're just gonna have to throw it away to 
avoid attention.

(He drops the baseball bat.)

Instructor: Okay. You're gonna need that bat, so pick it up again.

(He picks it up again.)

Instructor: The police won't give you any trouble if you are carrying a 
bat, even if you might use it to, ehm, say, knock someone out. See that guy 
over there? Walk up behind him and knock him out cold, as hard as you can.

(Tommy knocks out the man who has appeared in the room from behind.)

Instructor: Oh-ho! That's gotta hurt! Now, to get around the city you're 
gonna need to know how to drive. Walk over to that car.

(He goes to the car parked outside the building.)

Instructor: You are able to steal any car that you come across, but only if 
you've been shown how to get into it. Try to pick the lock on the car door.

(He picks the lock of the car.)

Instructor: Make sure that the police don't spot you when breaking into 
cars. Now get in the car.

(Tommy gets in the car.)

Instructor: When you get in a car a radar will be displayed next to the 
compass. It shows other vehicles that are in your surrounding area and it 
will also display your destination when you are close enough. Drive to the 
place indicated.

(He drives towards the destination.)

Instructor: Okay. Every car has a speed limiter. When used, it will allow 
you to drive at the maximum speed limit allowed and not go over it. Use 
this to avoid worrying about being stopped by the police for exceeding the 
speed limit. The police will appear as blue cars on the radar. Turn on the 
limiter and drive in the direction indicated by the compass.

(He turns on the speed limiter and continues to drive towards the 

Instructor: Even when you are driving you may have to defend yourself.  You 
can shoot from a car while driving but can only use handguns. Choose a Colt 
and try it.

(Tommy practices shooting from the car.)

Instructor: If someone steps into the road in front of you, you should warn 
them by sounding the car horn.

(He honks the horn.)

Instructor: Now listen up. In our line of work you don't want to draw 
attention to yourself, so be aware of the police patrolling the city. If 
you commit a minor offense, a symbol of a fine will be displayed. Simply 
stop and pay the fine, and then you can be on your way. When you are 
spotted committing a serious offense, a handcuff symbol will be displayed. 
You can try to evade the police, but if they catch you, you will be 

Instructor: Lastly, always keep your weapons hidden when out in the city. 
If the police detect shots being fired, a symbol of a gun will be 
displayed. You will now be wanted by all of the police in the area and they 
will return fire. How you're gonna get out of that situation is up to you. 
That's it. From now on, it's down to you to see what you make out of 

(This is the end of the tutorial.)

3. Final Words

So this is it, end of the line. What a great game it was, right? I'm sure 
you've enjoyed reading this stuff. Anyway, as I said in the introduction 
the script is missing a few minor conversations between some NPCs. The ones 
I am looking for are the several conversations between some guests on the 
ship in the "Happy Birthday!" level and three conversations in the bank 
during the first part of the "Moonlighting" level (the first is between a 
man and a bank clerk, the second is between a woman and another clerk and 
the third between two men discussing building an amusement park in Hoboken 
in a sideroom). I couldn't transcribe them completely because they are a 
bit hard to listen and understand, so I decided to omit them from the 
script. So if you can get them and want to help me out (for some reason), 
you can send the transcripts with an e-mail and I'll be glad to put them up 
and acknowledge your help. Likewise, if you find any errors in the script 
or just would like to drop your comments you can send me an e-mail. Anyway.

That's all.