The ‘Goodfellas’ Scene That Made Ray Liotta a Superstar

With his rugged, hard-headed personality, Ray Liotta created numerous scenes throughout his career, but one stood out early on that showcased his superstar status. What began as a shopping spree becomes a heartbreaking scene through the lens of Ray Liotta’s coked paranoia as Henry Hill in Martin Scorsese Goodfellas. It’s one of many extraordinary film portrayals of his career that fans will revisit and reflect on after Liotta died on Thursday at the age of 67.

In the famous scene, he and his wife Karen (Lorraine Bracco) react to the sound of helicopters and head off to get cocaine for cooking and deliveries, but things are turned off by some people in Hill’s fast-paced gang life (and since it is) a bit derailed stops to ride a few rails yourself as well). “Damn believable. All of you, every damn girl in my life,” he complains after telling Lois (Welker White) to heed his advice, which includes calls from an outside line so the Feds don’t hear their plans. Of course she blows it off and calls from the house.

Spoilers: The scene is indicative of the real Hills’ aspiration to never be a Schnook, as his character said in the final scene, “I’m your average nobody. I’m going to live the rest of my life like a Schnook” after ratting out his gangster friends and entering a witness protection program. And in the helicopter scene, Liotta also proved that he was no ordinary actor.

Hill, who died in 2012, was a fan of Liotta’s portrayal based on his book starring Nicole Pileggi. wise guy. As rumors of a sequel circulated, he said: “Yes, there is a lot of interest in it. Scorsese doesn’t do sequels, so it’s all about finding the right director and writer for it,” he said in an interview. “Obviously I don’t see anyone other than Ray Liotta playing me again, but you know it’s a long, tedious process to get anything done in LA.”

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