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Who Do I Gotta Kill?

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Who Do I Gotta Kill?

Who Do I Gotta Kill? (a.k.a. Me & The Mob)
Directed by Frank Rainone
Written by James Lorinz
Frank Rainone
Rocco Simonelli
Music by Doug Katsaros
Cinematography Adam Kimmel
Edited by Michelle Gorchow
UK:84 min (DVD version)
USA:86 min
Country United States
Language English

Who Do I Gotta Kill? (also known as Me & The Mob) is a 1994 film directed by Frank Rainone. It is written by James Lorinz, Tom Klassen, and Frank Rainone.


  • Plot 1
  • Cast 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4



  • Sandra Bullock as Lori
  • Sandy Colosimo as Agency Receptionist
  • John Costelloe as Bink-Bink Borelli
  • Tony Darrow as Tony Bando
  • Lori Rachal as Jogger
  • Ted Sorel as George Stelloris
  • Louis Giovannetti as Dick
  • Steve Buscemi
  • Stephen Lee as Bobby Blitzer
  • Suze Trevithick as Girl at George's Bar
  • Frank Aquilino as Joey "Clams" Tantillo
  • John 'Cha Cha' Ciarcia as Marty "No-Neck" Scalia
  • James Lorinz as Jimmy Corona
  • Johnny Lorinz as Detective
  • Lee Anne Linfante as Tina
  • Nicholas Spina as Water Department Inspector
  • Victor Triola as Exiting Patron
  • Mario Cantone as Rico
  • Frankie Cee as Franco
  • Richard Bright as Belcher
  • Michael Luciano as Leary
  • Vickie Weinstein as Publisher's Secretary
  • Roy Frumkes as Publisher
  • Mary Lynn Hetsko as Nurse
  • Nellie Zastawna as Bingo Winner
  • Irma St. Paule as Woman with Knitting Needle
  • Frances Levy as Woman Negotiating
  • Arthur J. Nascarella as Distraught Wiseguy
  • Vincent Pastore as Birdman Badamo

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