Monday, November 24, 2008

The Death Of Fanucci

Can you spot Reverend Joseph Moffo of St. Joseph's?
from movie-locations
The scenes of younger Vito’s Little Italy neighborhood of 1917 were shot on Sixth Street in the East Village between Avenues A and B, tricked out in period dressing. A block north is the bar where the Rosato brothers try to garrotte Pentangeli, PH Vazac’s, 108 Avenue B at Seventh Street (known as Seven and B), at the southeast corner of Tompkins Square Park in the East Village.

1 comment:

Cathy K. said...

I remember this scene and the excitement around the neighborhood that "Father Joe" was in that movie. He was always a warm, friendly, exuberant presence, one this out-of-place Episcopalian always appreciated.