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Goodfellas - "I'm funny how, I mean funny like I'm a clown?"

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Joe Pesci and Ray Liotta star as "Tommy" and "Henry" in the epic "Goodfellas" directed by Martin Scorsese. **Any Requests Welcomed**
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Ostkreutz Rox (2 days ago)
"Frankie was he shakin?" That just makes the scene
ThatGuy67 (2 days ago)
Damien Safonte (3 days ago)
Fucking classic
Noo Day (4 days ago)
Best Seen Ever. 🤣😂😃
Axl Parabellam (7 days ago)
At least he brought the house down lol
BumbleBee15 YT (8 days ago)
I was watching Transformers RID crack and I was wondering what it was meaning and I found this. Thanks so much!!!
J Lock (8 days ago)
What is this pal? Pesci sounds like he's on helium.
M Y (8 days ago)
He is a funny guy 😂
Joan Ruiz Jacob (8 days ago)
This single scene is better than the entirety of Pulp Fiction
The Transporter (13 days ago)
Dr Strange : *makes a lame joke to catch the attention of Wong Wong : ........... Dr Strange : People used to think I was funny Wong: Did they work for you?
The Chronic (14 days ago)
Goodfellas is my favorite movie of all time. I've probably watched it 100 times since I was a kid and I will gladly watch it 100 more.
Glen Downs (14 days ago)
Henry wasn't laughing at Tommy. He was laughing at Tommy's shinebox.
Luiz Vendramini (15 days ago)
Best mob movie ever. Scorsese at his best.
Oscar Cabrini (16 days ago)
Carol Takahashi (17 days ago)
I don’t know but I come from a very different place, and I don’t find this scene funny it entertaining at all. It made me uncomfortable and to think that you have to talk and act under such threat, that if you said or did something so small, to piss off the thug, you could get killed for it? Do people really live like this in the underworld?
leo A (17 days ago)
I would of said “your a funny guy because your a shine boy.. now go home and fetch your shine box”
dalexkom (18 days ago)
jasdjasd (18 days ago)
I tried this on my girlfriend and she took it like Henry.
Tomb Raver (19 days ago)
Me: "Hey I like your shoes. Where did you get them?" Tommy: "What do you mean you like my shoes?" Me: "Um. Like them? Nice leather and-" Tommy: "Are you saying I wouldn't be able to normally afford shoes like these?" Me: "Where did you get that impre-" Tommy: "Oh so now i'm a fucking liar? You think i'm too poor to afford nice shoes?" Me: "Well no because-" Tommy: "Because what? Because I should GET MY SHINE BOX?!" Me: "._." Tommy: "I'm just fucking with yah." Me: "Ahehehehe....."
Noo Day (20 days ago)
Best Seen Ever. 😃 I vote Joe Pesci for PRESIDENT.
Randy Bridges (21 days ago)
The Goyim Know!!! GDL for life
Randy Bridges (21 days ago)
Open borders for Israel Never forget The USS Liberty
Randy Bridges (21 days ago)
The protocols of the elders of Zion Is the Truth
paranoidjohndroid (21 days ago)
Henry and Spider both on the back foot to Tommy, "You stuttering little prick" in both instances. Young Henry's limp as he serves up sandwiches and drinks in the busy gambling hall also mirrors the later Spider scene.
Taste Their Fear (22 days ago)
Bugoy na Koykoy hahahahaha
Young Forever (22 days ago)
One of the greatest movie scenes ever
draxcir (23 days ago)
This is the greatest scene in all cinematic history. Change my mind...
draxcir (23 days ago)
Funny how
mikkdc (23 days ago)
I remember the first time I saw this scene. My heart was beating so fast because I felt so anxious that something was gonna happen to Henry and then when Henry said " get the fuck outta here, Tommy!" I felt so much relief! Brilliantly written, directed and acted by Pileggi, Scorsese, Pesci and Liotta. One of the most memorable scenes in cinema history and one of my all time favourites.
John Johnson (24 days ago)
Can these kind of act take a place in McDonald's Burger King or Taco Bells can they really place an order and say put it on my tab where is the power ?
Adam Romero (26 days ago)
A classic! Like a All American Burger or beer this scene is so cool
mr. dambo (28 days ago)
How many times he said "fuck" ?
frog mr (1 month ago)
Should of told him his not as funny as his shinebox
Juanga 97 (1 month ago)
Is Henry Hill the one who speaks with Tommy in this scene?
Matthew Thomas (1 month ago)
You're a little munchkin with a gun, that's what's funny.
evomechanics 12 (1 month ago)
When I first watched this scene I was really at the edge of my seat afraid. Made me realize how good of an actor Pesci and Liotta and how good of a director Scorsese is, absolutely beautiful
eren yeager (1 month ago)
how the hell does one laugh like Ray here?
Brown Bomber (1 month ago)
This is one of the greatest performances by an actor in my opinion. Pesci totally carried the scene. As good as R Lee Ermy in Full Metal Jacket or Robert Shaw in Jaws.
Delvin Walton (1 month ago)
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philhype31 (1 month ago)
Joe pesci is my favorite mafiosi character. He is better than De niro or Al pacino.
Jussi Mursunen (1 month ago)
Well, after "home Alone", he IS a funny guy.
Kyle Kostello (1 month ago)
Kicks the guy in the ass
Roderick Javier (1 month ago)
Me myself and I , mag isa ako sanay gusto ko sya pero di ko kailangan ung pinay
Jared MacManus (1 month ago)
And thus, a meme was born.
Явор Ганев (1 month ago)
meme how?
M1s9l86 L (1 month ago)
'You must tell my something do day stuffguy..'-okay,i tell sometihing:Go fuck you mother bhiu bhou!"😂
WESSERPARAQUAT (1 month ago)
we know they didn't get it in a single take...how? at 1.07 it's a funny story your a funny guy ...Henry raises his glass to drink , in the next frames at 1.08 he is seen raising the glass AGAIN! that was fast or bad editing, at 1.17 the way you tell the story and everything, his hands are down, next frame his left arm is already upright...in miliseconds...so this amazing scene is actually an edit of multiple takes then poorly edited together not very smooth
thebeatnumber (1 month ago)
Twenty Five Facts About Goodfellas 1. Several Hollywood A-listers were mentioned for the role of Henry Hill, including Tom Cruise, Sean Penn, Alec Baldwin and Cruise's "Top Gun" co-star Val Kilmer, who sent in a tape of himself playing the character, "Goodfellas" producer Irwin Winkler revealed to Playboy. 2. Author Nicholas Pileggi didn't return director Martin Scorsese's initial call about making his 1986 book "Wiseguy" into a movie because he thought someone was pulling his leg. "I didn't believe it when Marty left a message. I thought it was my friend David Denby, the film critic, winding me up. So I just ignored him," Pileggi told The Guardian in 2013. Scorsese eventually got Pileggi's attention by reaching out to his wife, Nora Ephron. 3. Ray Liotta didn't meet Henry Hill until after the movie wrapped. According to Hill, Scorsese insisted on keeping the two apart. "He didn't want me to influence him whatsoever," he once told an interviewer. Robert De Niro, however, met with Hill and endlessly quizzed him for insights into his character, Jimmy Conway, who was based on mobster James (Jimmy the Gent) Burke. 4. Instead, to get into character, Liotta listened to hours upon hours of interviews Pileggi taped with Hill while writing "Wiseguy." "Henry Hill was eating potato chips the whole time . . . it (was) just a horrible noise," Liotta recalled to a radio interviewer in 2014. 5. Both of Scorsese's parents are in the film. His mom, Catherine, plays Joe Pesci's character's mother, while his father, Charles, plays Vinnie, the old mobster whom Paulie warns about putting too many onions in the tomato sauce in the prison dinner scene. Charles died in 1993, while Catherine died in 1997. 6. In the scene where Henry and Karen Hill are discussing the witness protection program, the prosecutor they are speaking to is Ed McDonald, the actual federal prosecutor who put Hill in the witness protection program. McDonald, now in private practice, told the Wall Street Journal in 2008 that all of his lines were improvised, including the famous, "Don't give me the 'babe in the woods' routine, Karen." "We did six takes of the scene, and I often wondered how many times I used (that line) . . . I probably only used it once," McDonald said. 7. "Goodfellas" was nominated for six Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director. It won only one, a Best Supporting Actor trophy for Joe Pesci. 8. Pesci's acceptance speech was just five words: "It's my privilege, thank you." 9. Lorraine Bracco turned down the chance to play mob wife Carmela on the HBO series "The Sopranos" because of her role as Karen Hill in "Goodfellas." "I said, 'Look, I don't think I should play Carmela because I did it, I did it in a Scorsese movie, I got an Oscar nomination. I really don't think I'm going to bring so much to this for you that I haven't done already," she told HuffPost Live. 10. Joe Pesci's character Tommy DeVito is based on Lucchese family hit man Thomas DeSimone, aka "Two-Gun Tommy" or "Tommy D." While Pesci is only about 5-foot-4, DeSimone was actually a hulking 6-foot-2 in real life. Describing Tommy's death in the film, Henry Hill says: "They even shot Tommy in the face so his mother couldn't give him an open coffin at the funeral." In reality, DeSimone vanished in 1979 and his body was never found. He was 28. 11. According to "Wiseguy," DeSimone did in fact pistol whip William (Billy Batts) Bentvena to death after Batts ribbed him about being a shoeshine boy, but the insult and the murder occurred a few weeks apart. During the gruesome attack, DeSimone smashed the butt of his .38 revolver into Batts' face and screamed, "Shine these f--- shoes!" 12. The famous "Funny how?" scene was inspired by an experience Joe Pesci had working at a restaurant and mob hangout as a young man. As Liotta and other castmates tell it, Pesci got put on the spot after he quipped that one mobster was "a funny guy." 13. Chuck Low, who plays the pestering wig salesman Morrie Kessler, was Robert De Niro's real estate consultant before appearing in the film. 14. De Niro's character, Jimmy Conway, was based on James Burke, a top associate of the Lucchese crime family nicknamed "Jimmy the Gent" because of his dapper appearance. As depicted in the movie, Burke masterminded the 1978 Lufthansa robbery, which ripped off nearly $6 million from a JFK cargo hold and was the largest robbery in the U.S. at the time. He and Hill were also players in the 1979 Boston College point-shaving scandal. In "Wiseguy," Hill describes Burke's love of stealing: "If you ever offered Jimmy a billion dollars, he'd turn you down and then try to figure out how to steal it from you." He died of lung cancer in a Buffalo hospital in 1996 while serving a 20-to-life sentence for murder. 15. In the famous introduction scene, Fat Andy, aka "Moe Black's brother," is played by Louis Eppolito, one of the notorious NYPD "Mafia Cops." As a detective in the 1980s and early '90s, Eppolito — whose father, uncle and cousins were made guys in the Gambino family — secretly worked for the mob, filtering tips and information that eventually led to several murders. Along with Stephen Caracappa, he was convicted of racketeering, murder and conspiracy in 2006 and sentenced to life in prison. 16. Sonny Bunz, the beleaguered Bamboo Lounge owner who gets a bottle cracked over his head, was played by Anthony Borgese, a Brooklyn-bred actor who uses the stage name Tony Darrow. As a young man, Borgese worked in the real Bamboo Lounge in Canarsie, where Hill, Burke and DeSimone hung out. 17. Queens native Christopher Serrone said playing young Henry put a giant target on his back during his teen years. "Every kid in my neighborhood wanted to be the guy who beat up the gangster kid from Goodfellas. It was tough," Serrone, now in his late 30s, told the Daily Mail recently. "I took my share and gave my share." 18. Nearly four decades later, the Luftansa robbery is still being prosecuted in New York's courts. In January 2014, Vincent Asaro, a 78-year-old Bonanno family capo, was nabbed in an FBI sweep and charged with plotting the 64-minute heist with Jimmy Burke and Henry Hill. Asaro isn't depicted in "Goodfellas," but he was in the room when the real Tommy DeSimone pumped a bullet into Spider's foot. He took the bleeding kid to get patched up. 19. The movie's second-to-last shot shows Pesci firing a pistol point-blank at the screen. It's a reference to the ending of the 1903 silent film "The Great Train Robbery," where one of the bandits does the same thing. 20. In the final scene, De Niro's defense attorney, who says the line "Mr. Hill, you know everything about being a rat," is played by Eddie Hayes, a legendary New York mob lawyer who was the inspiration for the slick-talking attorney in Tom Wolfe's "Bonfire of the Vanities." 21. Frankie Carbone, who is found hanging from a hook in a refrigerated meat truck, was played by Frank Sivero. In recent years, Sivero has filed a handful of lawsuits accusing people ripping off the character. Later year, he went after "The Simpsons" for allegedly stealing his likeness for a Springfield mobster, while another suit targeted a Southern California deli for hawking a "Frankie Carbone" sandwich using his photo. 22. The exact number is in dispute, but it's generally believed that the "f-word" is said between 300-320 times in the movie. However, another Scorsese flick, "The Wolf of Wall Street," is said to be Hollywood's F-bomb Don, with 544, according to a Slate tally. 23. In the scene where Tommy shoots Spider in the foot, the drunk mobster waves his smoking revolver and shouts "Take him to Ben Casey!" as Spider writhes in pain on the floor. Ben Casey was the titular doctor of a hit TV show that ran in the early '60s. 24. While the movie has a reputation of being a bloody whack-a-thon, only five character deaths are depicted on screen, including Stacks Edwards, played by a then little-known Samuel L. Jackson. 25. Henry Hill died on June 12, 2012, at the age of 69. "His heart gave out," his girlfriend said at the time. Two years earlier, he'd confided to a reporter that he never stopped feeling like a marked man. "There's always that chance that some young buck wants to make a name for themselves," Hill said in 2010. "I never thought I'd reach this wonderful age. I'm just grateful for being alive."
G. Scanlan (1 month ago)
oh my god I love this scene so much, can't wait to see Mr. Pesci back
DANIEL WOOD (1 month ago)
DANIEL WOOD (1 month ago)
Sicilians foreever my biologícal granmother my biologícal father mother is a new jersey sicilian that maried a puertorican had my biologícal father im proud my biologícal father roots
Adnen Ben Hmad (1 month ago)
What do you mean dont be like that
Sidharth Sreekumar (1 month ago)
I like to think that Ray Liotta genuinely pooped his pants during this scene
Matheus Marques (1 month ago)
That was a scary master piece. A genius at work.
Mandoe Muñoz (1 month ago)
Do I fucken amuse you ?
Jack Mathey (1 month ago)
This scene couldn’t describe my life in a better way, from top to bottom. Always wanting to be taken serious but being perceived as the screwball....
SurfingBullDog (1 month ago)
Honestly, Henry insulted him a little bit. He got a little out of order himself.
Nicky L (1 month ago)
I was watching the original Mutiny on the Bounty last night and realized that Pesci got this idea from how Captain Bligh reacted to a subordinate officer laughing about the way that he walked
Malik Ore (1 month ago)
One of my all time favorite movies
Viet Vo (2 months ago)
I did this bit at my lunch table with my friends. They were just as confused and nervous lol
Solomon Wisdom (2 months ago)
E V brought me here
Santiago Cerpa (2 months ago)
Poor albert barese
barbiquearea (2 months ago)
Henry should be glad he wasn't having dinner with Tuco Salamanca or he be dead.
Nick Pappas (2 months ago)
How much you want to bet Nicky stiffed him for the 7k
Muhammad Siddiqi (2 months ago)
Joe Pesci is love
lander acorda (2 months ago)
Bugoy na kuykoy!!!
Felipe Pincelli (2 months ago)
This guy puts everybody into Stockolm Syndrome by just looking at them...
crispinfrancis1 (2 months ago)
I wish they did more with Anthony...seriously.
Arthur R (2 months ago)
3:43 that guy in the back was always one of my favorite parts
bryan brooks (2 months ago)
Was that jimmy Carrey?
Josiah Quincy (1 month ago)
John Johnson (2 months ago)
I have a club if someone comes and act like that in my club and tell me to put it on my tab I would make him wash dishes and if he don't he will regret not washing the dishes for the rest of his life
TheGreekPhysik.com (2 months ago)
I'm gonna go get the paypa, get the paypa. I will sub to whoever likes this comment and subs back to me. https://youtu.be/Re3vapItlAY
barra brava (2 months ago)
Fantastic movie i see it many times love the italian styl of live and love and caring
Jack Hammer (2 months ago)
I don't know what was funnier, Joe Pesci's story or Ray Liotta's laughter.
Manohar Reddy (2 months ago)
Ray liottas laugh amuses me... It's like a forced laugh you have when your boss jokes and it shows that he's submissive.... Fantastic acting....
Phillip Jennings (2 months ago)
Ya stutterin prick ya😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
Mohamed Ali (2 months ago)
Pieseł Jakich Wiele (2 months ago)
Kto od taco ?
Jacob DeHaan (2 months ago)
“You’re gonna tell me something today, tough guy. Alright, I’ll tell ya something: go fuck your mother”. That was great
Edward King (2 months ago)
the entire time I was looking at his weird collar. What kinda suit has a collar like that?
Susan Jump (2 months ago)
knk4ever83 (2 months ago)
Leave it to Scorsese.. love goodfellas! Joe pesci is the epitome of a goodfella!
Haroon Khan (2 months ago)
This scene made me go home and look for my shinebox
Psychol (2 months ago)
Funny how? like a varsity shinebox?
Marco M. (2 months ago)
best film, but original Joe's voice like a woman, it's horrible XD, in italian language version are best... Sorry for my bad english i' m italian... Regards from Italy!
Noot (2 months ago)
I like how the other restaurant attendants extras are starting at them. I wonder if they knew they were witnessing greatness
madbear3512 (2 months ago)
When I first saw this scene in the movie it was so funny
all sports doctor tyson (2 months ago)
nowadays the cook would have ran out stabbed Tommy in the throat and it would have been on fb
Nini Homeboy (2 months ago)
Hilarious...and really great acting here, Pesci and Liotta are amazing!
Alejandro Basaldúa (2 months ago)
Tarantino must love this scene.
Eddeh 07 (2 months ago)
I’d give anything to work with Ray Liotta. Pesci is also incredible, and deserves the praise he gets for carrying/crafting this scene, but the fear and eventual break on Liotta’s face is a man fully ensconced in the moment Pesci created for him. I wish all actors could be this immersed and reactive! Edit: great example why I’d love to work with Pesci also - when the waiter comes about, the embarrassment and frustration on his face before he blows up. I’d go so far as to say it’s easier to carry a scene when you’re the one pushing the drama, and harder to play as the character in response. But here, Pesci goes from pushing the scene to being to one forced to reaction, to pushing the scene again, without a blink. Genius performances in every ounce of every moment of this scene. Fantastic bloody movie!
Captain Smoke (2 months ago)
This scene tells you all about their relationship in such a genius way.
margareth michelina (2 months ago)
1:20 And that's when the shit starts to go down
AirStrike (2 months ago)
Joe Pesci is real funny.
Karam Oj (2 months ago)
Heeere you are resting?
Arty Shorts (2 months ago)
pesci wasn't good in this movie. he wasn't great. he wasn't amazing. he wasn't brilliant. he was stunning.
Arty Shorts (2 months ago)
pesci wasn't good in this movie. he wasn't great. he wasn't amazing. he wasn't brilliant. he was stunning.
wrmaldonado (2 months ago)
Lol! $7000 alcohol bill. Lazy fat ass Italian midget

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