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Vince Barnett is the numbskull secretary in Scarface (1932)

Vince Barnett is the numbskull secretary in Scarface (1932).  Today’s posts are all Scarface gifs.

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foreign poster for Scarface (1932)

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brother and sister in Scarface (1932)

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original pressbook for Scarface (1932)

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foreign poster for Scarface (1932)

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foreign poster for Scarface (1932)

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poster of unknown origin for Scarface (1932)

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foreign publicity still for Scarface (1932)

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Paul Muni made his screen debut as Scarface (1932)

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re-release publicity still for Scarface (1932)

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Paul Muni in a publicity still as Scarface (1932)

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Paul Muni throws a punch at a rival in Scarface (1932) as his boss Osgood Perkins looks on approvingly.

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foreign poster for Scarface (1932)

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publicity still for Scarface (1932).  Rip-off artist supreme Brian DePalma used the “The World is Yours” sign in his remake with Al Pacino.

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Vince Barnett as Angelo, to the left of Paul Muni, is the “seck-a-terry” to Scarface (1932).  He’s about as smart as secretary Miss Laurel, Marilyn Monroe in Howard Hawks’ comedy “Monkey Business.”