“From Where to Eternity” is the 22nd episode of the HBO original series The Sopranos and the ninth of the show’s second season. It was written by Michael Imperioli and directed by Henry J. Bronchtein, and originally aired on March 12, 2000.
His grandparents were Italians from Lazio and Calabria. He is the son of Dan Imperioli, a bus driver and amateur actor, and Claire Imperioli, a department store worker and amateur actress. Aged 11, Imperioli and his family moved to Brewster, New York, and in high school started watching Broadway plays.
Peter Paul Gualtieri was born in Newark, New Jersey in 1942 to a family of Italian descent, the illegitimate son of a World War II soldier; he was raised by Gennaro Gualtieri. … Gualtieri became a made man in the DiMeo crime family, and he adhered to old Mafia customs.
Meanwhile, Carmela learns from Gabriella Dante that an associate in the Soprano family, Ralphie Rotaldo, just had a baby with his longtime Brazilian comàre. Carmela tells Tony this and asks that he have a vasectomy so that he will not bring shame to the family, since she knows that he still sees women on the side.
In the first season, Tony is attacked by William Johnson “Petite” Clayborn and Rasheen Ray, two hitmen sent by Donnie Paduana to execute Tony. Tony sustains an injury to his ear, which is partially shot off, and minor bruises and cuts from crashing his vehicle.
Cause is deemed accidental by fire marshal. Ralph Cifaretto: beaten and strangled to death by Tony Soprano due to suspicion that he caused the fire that killed Pie-O-My, which Ralph denies. His body is then dismembered and decapitated with the help of Christopher Moltisanti.
Ralph is a true sociopath. He enjoys seeing others, even those he claims to love, in pain. Ralph threatens to do things like “rip the guy apart at the joints, with him conscious.” One of these days he’s going to hurt the wrong person, and the payback could be epic.
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Frank Vincent, who played the vicious mob boss Phil Leotardo on The Sopranos, has died. He was 80. Vincent died Wednesday, his family said in a statement. He died of complications from heart surgery in New Jersey, according to reports from The Blast and TMZ.Sep 13, 2017
Tony sent two men to stake out the phone booth. Phil was shot in the head by DiMeo soldier Walden Belfiore while he was exiting his family SUV at the gas station where the phone booth was.
A don doesn’t wear shorts.” While it may sound humorous in hindsight, the call stuck with Gandolfini in all the wrong ways, his co-star Imperioli believes.
Death. Leotardo after being shot Angelo Garepe’s close friend Tony Blundetto, a soldier in the DiMeo crime family, decided to murder the Leotardo brothers to avenge his friend’s death.
June 10, 2007
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So no, he doesn’t have any devil fruit power and/or additional abilities which allow him to store such a length of rope on him, except for possibly wearing a coat whose lining allows him to pull out such ropes.
Pie-O-My is Ralph Cifaretto’s race horse. … Pie-O-My later dies in a stable fire, which was deemed as accidental by the fire department; however, Tony believes Ralph set the fire intentionally to collect on the $200,000 insurance policy he and Ralph had on the horse.
In The Sopranos episode “Whoever Did This” (S4E9), Tony accused Ralph of burning down the horse stables for the insurance money. Ralph denies doing it.
Among them is Dr Glen Gabbard, a professor of psychiatry at Baylor College of Medicine and a co-editor of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis. … However, two of the show’s other characters (Richie Aprile and Ralph Ciforetto) probably are psychopaths, Gabbard says.
Phil’s home is located at the intersection of Marlborough/Dorchester in Brooklyn. The street signs can be seen in “The Second Coming” episode, when Tony and Little Carmine attend Phil’s residence to broker peace but are ultimately turned away. In reality, this house is located in northern Newark, New Jersey.
Bada bing, bada boom—Tony Soprano’s fate has finally been revealed. After 14 years of speculation, The Sopranos’ creator David Chase has officially confirmed, in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, that Tony did in fact die at the end of the series’ finale in 2007.
80 years (1937–2017)
Robert “Bobby Bacala” Baccalieri Jr.
(1958-2007) was a DiMeo crime family capo and acting underboss. In 2007, Baccalieri was assassinated by the Lupertazzi crime family during a mob war between the DiMeo and Lupertazzi families.
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