Hoffa Movie Review 1992

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The story of union organizer James R. Hoffa, who oversaw the rise of the Teamsters, a labor union composed mostly of truck drivers, from its fledgling infancy during the Great Depression to a membership of two million by the 1970s. Powerful performances by Nicholson in the title role and DeVito, who plays a union aide, a fictitious composite of several men who actually served Hoffa. This almost affectionate biographical treatment stands out in contrast from a career bristling with tension and violence. Proceeds through a series of flashbacks from the day Hoffa disappeared, July 30, 1975.


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Available on VHS
Running time 140 minutes.

Cast and Crew

This Is Your Life, Labor & Unions, Detroit
David Mamet
Jack Nicholson, Danny DeVito, Armand Assante, J.T. Walsh, Frank Whaley, Kevin Anderson, John P. Ryan, Robert Prosky, Natalija Nogulich, Nicholas Pryor, John C. Reilly, Karen Young, Cliff Gorman, Paul Guilfoyle, Jennifer Nicholson, Richard Schiff
Stephen Burum
Danny DeVito
David Newman
Edward R. Pressman, Danny DeVito, Caldecott Chubb

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