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  1. Hace 12 horas · In this episode of “Finding Your Roots With Henry Louis Gates, Jr.” titled “Mean Streets,” airing on PBS, viewers are invited to delve into the family histories of two prominent figures, comic Tracy Morgan and actor Anthony Ramos.

  2. 13 de feb. de 2024 · Films of the 1970s: Mean Streets, Taxi Driver, and New York, New York. Scorsese directed a less widely seen documentary about protests against the Vietnam War, Street Scenes (1970), and he then worked as an editor on the concert films Medicine Ball Caravan (1971) and Elvis on Tour (1972). Producer Roger Corman invited him to direct ...

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  3. Hace 1 día · I mean, I, I never had a relationship with... I mean, I had a short relationship with my mom's mom and that was it. The rest of, all three of my other grandparents, I didn't know 'em. GATES: Wow. RAMOS: You know, so I didn't grow up with grandparents, you know, and I think that was a, you know, that was a hard thing for me.

  4. Hace 2 días · Mean Streets. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. maps the family trees of comedian Tracy Morgan & actor Anthony Ramos—two native New Yorkers whose roots stretch to surprising places and contain inspiring stories. Moving from the Canary Islands to battlefields in Europe & Asia to slave plantations in Virginia, long-lost records reveal ancestors who laid ...

  5. 2 de feb. de 2024 · Een wreed portret van de bezeten relatie tussen twee oplichters die zich een bestaan bijeenscharrelen in de buurt Little Italy in New York, waar de boodschap luidt: als je in misdaad handelt betaal je met geweld. Liefde en trouw hebben geen waarden, terwijl ze juist zo goed van pas zouden kunnen komen.

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    • Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel, David Proval
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    Hace 2 días · Mean Streets. Season 10 Episode 8 | 52m 11s. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. maps the family trees of comedian Tracy Morgan & actor Anthony Ramos—two native New Yorkers whose roots stretch to surprising places and contain inspiring stories.