The Verne Miller Story Trailer

The Verne Miller Story Trailer (1988)

21 June 1988 Drama, Action 95 mins

Upon his release from prison, Verne Miller works his way into Al Capone's organization. He becomes a top assassin and earns Capone's trust. However, Miller's failing health and an over-sized ego get him into trouble with the law and Capone.

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Scott Glenn

as Verne Miller

Barbara Stock

as Vi Miles

Thomas G. Waites

as Al Capone

Sonny Carl David

as Frank 'Baldy' Nash

Andrew Robinson

as Pretty Boy Floyd

Richard Bright

as Adam Richetti

Xander Berkeley

as Cardogan

Ed O'Ross

as Ralph Capone

Armin Shimerman

as Mortician

Diane Salinger

as Mortician's Wife

Vyto Ruginis

as Fitzsimmons

Joseph Carberry

as Hymie Ross

Gil Boccaccio

as Hoptood Guinto


Rod Hewitt


Victoria Lee Pearlman

Victoria Lee Pearlman Executive Producer

Thomas Chase

Original Music Composer

Steve Rucker

Original Music Composer

Victoria Paul

Victoria Paul Production Design

Susan Raney

Susan Raney Art Direction

Diana Allen Williams

Diana Allen Williams Set Decoration

Mikhail Suslov

Mikhail Suslov Director of Photography

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International Releases Dates

United States 21 June 1988

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