The Palermo Connection Trailer

The Palermo Connection Trailer (1990)

01 February 1990 Thriller 100 mins

Carmine Bonavia wins election as the mayor of New York on a promise to legalize drugs. After the election, he marries Carrie and goes to his ancestral home of Sicily for their honeymoon. In his hotel, he meets Il Principe, a Sicilian prince who has spent years confined to the hotel because he crossed the Mafia. Amid the beauties of Sicily Carmine discovers that men of power will stop at nothing to prevent the legalization of drugs, which threatens their business.

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Cast

James Belushi

as Carmine Bonavia

Mimi Rogers

as Carrie

Crew

International Releases Dates

France 14 February 1990

Italy 01 February 1990

United States 02 February 1990

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