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  1. 01/05/1988 · Splash, Too: Directed by Greg Antonacci. With Todd Waring, Amy Yasbeck, Donovan Scott, Rita Taggart. Allen and Madison return to New York - one to save his business, the other to save a dolphin in captivity.

  2. 29/05/2022 · NORTH AUGUSTA – The three-story building on 501 W. Martintown Rd. in North Augusta, where Jim Bush Flower Shop was located for 25 years before closing in February, is now owned by Austin Taylor and will be the new location of the North Augusta office of the Austin Taylor Insurance Agency.

  3. Butch "The Little Guy" DeConcini is a high-ranking member of the Lupertazzi crime family, first appearing in the show as a capo and later being promoted to underboss. Butch is initially a capo but later becomes the underboss of the Lupertazzi crime family under Phil Leotardo. He attended Little Carmine Lupertazzi's "meeting of minds" to try to resolve a dispute with the Soprano crime family in ...

  4. Una secuela, Splash Too (dirigida por Greg Antonacci), apareció en 1988, pero sin contar con el reparto original. Contando sólo con Dody Goodman repitiendo su papel original. Novelas [ editar ]

  5. Annie Potts is an American film, television, and stage actress. She is known for her roles in popular 1980s films such as Ghostbusters (1984) and Pretty in Pink (1986). She made her debut on the big screen in 1978 in the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer comedy film Corvette Summer (1978), with Mark Hamill, for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe.

  6. Michael Pitt est un acteur, chanteur et musicien américain, né le 10 avril 1981 à West Orange, dans le New Jersey.. Biographie. Il est guitariste/chanteur dans le groupe de rock Pagoda, dont quelques compositions figurent sur la bande originale du film Last Days, « biopic » romancé des derniers jours de vie de Kurt Cobain (alors leader de Nirvana) réalisé par Gus Van Sant.

  7. 13/05/2022 · Antonacci played Butch DeConcini, the right-hand man to Frank Vincent’s Phil Leotardo. He also played Johnny Torrio in every season of HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire.” Antonacci died on September 20, 2017 at age 70, exactly one week after the death of Vincent.