Al Pacino delivers a memorable performance as a rags to riches cocaine kingpin in this 1983 classic. The two hit men at ‘The Babylon’ have a well displayed bottle of Lowenbrau at their table. A case of the ‘Lion’s Brew’ is also being used in the money laundering scene. Finally, dashboard Budweiser cans are spotted with Tony Montana, Chi-Chi, Ernie …
Al Pacino plays an American race car driver who falls in love with a dying woman while racing in Europe. The lone brew sighting in this dramatic romance is a background Walliser Bier sign in the bar.
This epic sequel racked up 6 Oscars including one for ‘Best Picture’. The lone beer scene is a bottle of Pabst Blue Ribbon with Michael V. Gazzo. We also get Al Pacino with his back turned in frame with the same brew.
See Al Pacino’s beer scenes from “Scarecrow”, “Serpico”, “The Godfather”, “Carlito’s Way”, “Donnie Brasco”, “Any Given Sunday”, “Stand Up Guys” & “Two for the Money”.
Oliver Stone directed this grid-iron drama that features NFL Hall of Famer Jim Brown and Al Pacino abbeering together with a bottle of Budweiser. Jaime Foxx and LL Cool J also are spotted with The King of Beers.
Gene Hackman is a brawling ex-con who teams up with homeless ex-sailor Al Pacino to head east. There are excellent vintage Pabst Blue Ribbon items on display including bottles, cans, cases, tappers and both indoor and outdoor signage. There’s also Coors cans, a neon sign and a fuzzy Hamm’s tray.
Al Pacino was nominated for a ‘Best Actor’ Oscar in this true story of a New York cop who blew the whistle on police corruption only to be ostracized by his brethren. Miller High life is the beer of choice and we also see New York favorites Rheingold and Schaefer neons. Kenneth McMillan, who you may remember as ‘The Baron’ …
Mario Puzo wrote and Francis Ford Coppola directed this mafia classic that won 3 Oscars including Best Picture & Actor (Marlon Brando). James Caan delivers a garbage can beat down in front of a beautiful yellow Rheingold truck and Al Pacino is spotted with a nice background bottle of the New York brew.
‘Fuhgetaboutit’…Johnny Depp goes deep undercover to bring down Al Pacino and other mobsters in this drama. Budweiser is the beer of choice and we spot a bow tie neon sign in both color and black and white surveillance photos. Paul Giamatti also appears with an overflowing, sudsy can of The King of Beers.
Al Pacino brings back a couple of his buddies from “Scarface” in this Puerto Rican crime drama. Dos Equis bottles are generously spotted and we get also Blatz and XX neon signs while Al is delivering a pool stick beat down. There’s also a background Schmidt’s clock.
Al Pacino and Christopher Walken co-star as aging crooks who get the old gang back together in this crime comedy. There’s a bevy of cool bar room signs including Old Milwaukee, Miller and Pabst. We also get a beautiful Budweiser Clydesdale sign. If that wasn’t enough, legend Billy Dee Williams appears in a painting pitching his trademark Colt 45.
Matthew McConaughey and Al Pacino relax with multiple green Heineken bottles in this drama revolving around sports gambling.