Mike D’Amico | D’Amico & Pettinicchi
As a dedicated trial lawyer in personal injury and medical malpractice, Mike is an active member of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association and the American Association for Justice.
Mike is a Past President of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association. He also serves on its Board of Governors and on its Executive, Medical Malpractice and Legislative Committees and is Co-Chair of the General Tort Committee. Mike is on the National Advisory Board of the Association of Plaintiff Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America. He is dual board-certified in civil trial advocacy and civil pretrial practice by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, and has served on the Board of Examiners for the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
He has been a Court Appointed Arbitrator/Fact- Finder in Civil Litigation, as well as a Special Settlement Master for Personal Injury claims in the State of Connecticut Superior Court.
Mike has again been named Lawyer of the Year by Best Lawyers®. In 2016 and 2018 he was selected as Best Lawyers® Lawyer of the Year in the practice of Plaintiff’s Medical Malpractice Law for the New Haven metropolitan area. In 2015 and 2019 Mike was named Lawyer of the Year by Best Lawyers® in the practice of Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Litigation for the New Haven metropolitan area.
Since 2013, he has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® in three practice areas: Plaintiff’s Medical Malpractice Law; Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Litigation and Plaintiff’s Product Liability Litigation.
Mike has also been named to the Connecticut Law Tribune’s Personal Injury Hall of Fame and is a Life Member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
Mike has been named yearly as a New England Super Lawyer since 2007 and a Connecticut Super Lawyer since 2006 by Law & Politics magazine in the practice area of plaintiff’s personal injury.
In 2017, Mike was named to the Super Lawyers list of Top 10 Lawyers in Connecticut, and from 2011 to 2013, he was named to the Super Lawyers list of Top 50 Lawyers in Connecticut by Law & Politics magazine in the practice area of plaintiff’s personal injury. Also in 2013, Mike was named to the New England Super Lawyers list of Top 100 attorneys in the practice of plaintiff’s personal injury.
Mike has received the preeminent AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell and is listed in The Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. He has authored numerous articles in the fields of personal injury; medical negligence; and trial advocacy and has lectured frequently on these topics. Mike frequently serves as trial counsel for clients referred by other local and out-of-state law firms.
Professional Associations and Memberships
- American Bar, Member
- Connecticut Bar, Member
- Waterbury Bar, Member
- Litchfield Bar, Member
- American Association for Justice
- Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, Past President
- Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, Member, Board of Governors
- Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association – Executive, Medical Malpractice and Legislative Committees
- Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association – Co-Chair of the General Tort Committee
- Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Life-Member
- State of Connecticut Superior Court, Arbitrator/Fact-Finder, Civil Litigation
- State of Connecticut Superior Court, Special Settlement Master, Personal Injury Claims
- National Board of Trial Advocacy
Education History – Mike D’Amico
- University of Bridgeport School of Law, Bridgeport, Connecticut
Bar Admissions & Legal Certifications
- Connecticut, 1986
- Dual Board Certified in Civil Trial Advocacy and Civil Pretrial Practice, National Board of Trial Advocacy
Areas of Practice
Michael A D’Amico | Newmark
Michael D’Amico is recognized as one of the top advisors nationally at Newmark and has completed transactions on a local, regional and national basis in markets including the greater Pittsburgh area, West Virginia and Ohio. Since joining Newmark in 1995, Mr. D’Amico has focused primarily on tenant representation and corporate advisory services. His client roster includes Avere Systems, Dominion Resources, DynaVox, The Ferchill Group, Legg Mason Real Estate Services (Grosvenor), Mountaineer Keystone, Peoples Natural Gas and the law firm Jones Day. Mr. D’Amico also has significant experience representing tenants in renewing or extending leases as well as relocation.
Prior to joining Newmark in 1995, Mr. D’Amico worked with Outlook Enterprises as Director of Operations. Outlook’s primary business was the development and management of personal care homes. His responsibilities included the day-to-day management of the firm’s real estate holdings and businesses.
Mr. D’Amico has been ranked as a Top 100 Broker nationally for Newmark and a Top 20 Broker in Pittsburgh by CoStar. Previously, he was recognized by the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) for three awards as a result of transactions, including two of the largest leases in Pittsburgh (Del Monte, for 180,000 square feet, and Cellomics, for 160,000 square feet). and the most creative deal of the year for the sale and redevelopment of the Heinz Plant on the North Shore. Most recently, Mr. D’Amico helped Dominion Resources acquire land and is consulting on a 100,000-square-foot build-to-suit for its office space in Clarksburg, West Virginia.
After graduating from Shady Side Academy, Mr. D’Amico attended Washington & Jefferson College, where he received a bachelor’s degree with majors in both business and history. He is currently a candidate to receive the CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) designation.
In the Matter of Michael J. D’Amico
This Disposition Agreement is entered into between the State Ethics Commission and Michael J. D’Amico pursuant to Section 5 of the Commission’s Enforcement Procedures. This Agreement constitutes a consented-to final order enforceable in Superior Court, pursuant to G.L. c. 268B, s. 40).
On April 17, 2002, the Commission initiated, pursuant to GL. c. 268B, s. 4(a), a preliminary inquiry into possible violations of the conflict of interest law, GL. c. 268A, by D’Amico. The Commission has concluded its inquiry and, on September 5, 2002, found reasonable cause to believe that D’Amico violated GL. c. 268A, s. 19.
The Commission and D’Amico now agree to the following findings of fact and conclusions of law:
Findings of Fact
1. D’Amico was Quincy’s Ward 4 City Councilor between January 1996 and January 2002.
2. D’Amico purchased a home at 57-59 Penn Street in Quincy in March 1999.
3. Subsequent to D’Amico’s purchase of 57-59 Penn Street, Lappen Auto Supply Company, Inc. (“Lappen”), which owned commercial property abutting D’Amico’s Penn Street property, petitioned the Quincy Zoning Board of Appeals for “set back relief through a variance and a Special Permit to construct in a flood
plain.” Lappen wanted to construct a new warehouse that would link the two buildings already sited on its property.
4. Four letters supporting Lappen’s application were submitted to the zoning board, one from D’Amico. D’Amico’s May 11, 1999 letter was written on city council stationery.
5. Councilor D’Amico’s letter recommended six “conditions for consideration before granting Lappen Auto Supply[‘s]” application. One of the six conditions suggested by Councilor D’Amico was that “[l]andscape, retaining walls and fencing plan for Penn Street abutters be directed and agreed upon by Building Inspector and abutters.” D’Amico’s letter closed: “As the Ward Four Councilor, I would have no objections to the Zoning Board of Appeals granting the request, providing the above six conditions are agreed to.” D’Amico signed the letter “Michael J. D’Amico, Ward Four Councilor.”
6. The Zoning Board of Appeals did not adopt Councilor D’Amico’s recommendation that landscaping, retaining walls and fencing be provided subject to the agreement of Penn Street abutters. The board did, though, condition its grant on Lappen’s submission to the building inspector for review and approval of “a reasonable landscape plan,” which was to include “the southwesterly end of the lot.” (Penn Street abuts the southwesterly end of Lappen’s lot.) As was customary, the landscape plan submitted to the building department included only landscaping slated for Lappen’s property; it did not include improvements for abutters.
7. Quincy city ordinance 17.36.070 requires that businesses adjacent to residential districts screen abutting properties. The ordinance does not, though, as D’Amico requested, require that those businesses construct retaining walls or provide landscaping services other than screening, nor does it require that the screening provided be subject to abutters’ agreement.
8. In August 1999, at a cost of $6,700 to Lappen, a landscaper performed work at D’Amico’s property. The cost for the work performed on Councilor D’Amico’s property was comparable to the cost borne by Lappen to landscape a second abutter’s property.
Conclusions of Law
9. Section 19 of GL. c. 268A prohibits municipal employees from participating in their official capacity in particular matters in which, to their knowledge, they or an immediate family member have a financial interest.
10. As a city councilor, D’Amico was, in spring 1999, a municipal employee as that term is defined in GL. c. 268A, s. 1.
11. The Zoning Board of Appeals’ consideration of Lappen Auto Supply’s petition for a variance and a special permit was a particular matter.
12. By submitting the above-referenced letter to the Zoning Board of Appeals on city council stationery, and signing the letter as Ward Four Councilor, D’Amico participated, in his official capacity, in that particular matter.
13. D’Amico had a financial interest in the Zoning Board of Appeals decision because one of the requested “conditions” submitted by D’Amico would have obligated Lappen to pay for landscaping, retaining walls and fencing for D’Amico’s property, and would have given D’Amico a role in deciding what type of landscaping, retaining walls and fencing would be provided. In addition, the work would have mitigated any damage to D’Amico’s property value precipitated by Lappen’s expansion.
14. D’Amico knew of his financial interest in the Zoning Board of Appeals matter when he submitted his letter to the board.
15. Therefore, by submitting a letter to the Zoning Board of Appeals in his official capacity, D’Amico participated in a particular matter in which he had a financial interest, thereby violating s. 19.
In view of the foregoing violation of GL. c. 268A by D’Amico, the Commission has determined that the public interest would be served by the disposition of this matter without further enforcement proceedings, on the basis of the following terms and conditions agreed to by D’Amico:
(1) that D’Amico pay to the Commission the sum of $1,250.00 as a civil penalty for violating GL. c. 268A, s. 19;
(2) that he waive all rights to contest the findings of fact, conclusions of law and terms and conditions contained in this Agreement in this or any other related administrative or judicial proceedings to which the Commission is or may be a party.
About Us | D’Amico Law Offices in Pittsburgh PA
At our law firm in Pittsburgh, PA, we are genuinely invested in helping our clients seek the justice they deserve after suffering an injury or loss of a loved one due to negligence. D’Amico Law Offices, LLC is a family-run Pittsburgh law firm with attorneys and staff members who understand how important your family is to you.
The health and well-being of your family are extremely important, and our lawyers are dedicated to fighting for their rights during challenging times. No other firm will offer you the human touch we can. We give each client and case the full attention they deserve.
We have successfully worked on countless personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits, creating a trusting atmosphere between lawyer and client at our Pittsburgh law firm.
We know hiring a lawyer is a very personal decision. We invite you to learn more about the professional credentials of our lawyers:
Our Core Values
We founded D’Amico on the foundation of these clearly-defined values:
FAMILY – We are a family-run business, and we treat each of our clients with the same sense of inclusion and belonging. Every client becomes a part of our family when they work with us.
COMPASSION – We identify with the trying time our clients are going through. It matters to us that their specific needs are met, and they are comfortable throughout the process.
TENACITY – We are not afraid to take on complicated cases and zealously fight for maximum compensation. We work hard to ensure our clients are compensated fairly.
EXPERTISE – We believe nothing replaces decades of experience and intimate knowledge of the cases we fight. Our practical wisdom is one of our greatest resources.
DISCIPLINE – We believe a disciplined approach is what yields the best results and highest trust from our clients. We take their confidence in us very seriously.
Our firm advocates for our clients with the knowledge, experience, and resources other firms are unable to offer. This gives us an edge over competitors and allows us a head start on resolving a client’s case.
Get In Touch with Us Today for a Consultation with a Qualified Personal Injury Lawyer
Whether the case involves mesothelioma, defective products, or negligence, we are here to handle the legal burden so you can focus on care and treatment. We understand the tremendous personal toll that injuries can place on a person and their loved ones. We focus on your family’s specific needs to make sure you are comfortable moving through this very difficult time.
Contact our law firm in Pittsburgh, PA, at (412) 652-9300 today for a free, no-obligation consultation concerning your personal injury case. D’Amico Law Offices, LLC serves clients throughout the states of Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Personal Injury Lawyer Free Consultation FAQs
What should I do to prepare for an initial consultation?
To make the best use of your time during the consultation, you should come prepared with the following information related to your accident and injuries:
- Medical records
- Hospital bills
- Work-related documents, such as pay stubs (for lost wages)
- Any witness statements
- Pictures and videos
- A written account of how the injury happened
If you can’t gather all these, don’t worry. The point of the consultation is to find out more information about your case. Ultimately, it will be the attorney’s responsibility to gather and organize evidence for trial.
What questions should I ask at an initial consultation with an injury lawyer?
An important goal of an initial consultation is to decide whether you want to hire this particular attorney. The attorney’s skills and experience can affect the amount of compensation you receive. Thus, it’s important you hire a lawyer who has a proven track record in dealing with cases like yours. You should ask them about their:
- Credentials and education
- Case record and victories
- Ability to obtain compensation for clients in the past
- Litigation approach and strategy
Be open and honest with your attorney — everything you discuss will remain confidential, and the attorney is always there to help you.
What to expect during your free consultation with a personal injury lawyer
An initial consultation provides a safe space for you to discuss the facts of your case with the attorney. From your end, you can ask them about your case, how they would handle the challenges presented by your case, and about their qualifications to handle your lawsuit.
From the attorney’s perspective, it gives them a chance to review your case and determine what laws and legal strategies may be involved. They will be able to assess whether you have a valid claim and can begin formulating a plan for your next steps.
By the end of the consultation, you should know:
- Whether you have a claim worth pursuing in court
- Whether you will need a lawyer for your case
- Whether the attorney is qualified enough to help you
- How much their services will cost you
What does “no-obligation consultation” mean?
Even when you complete an initial personal injury consultation, a formal attorney-client relationship has not yet been created, and you are not required to hire them. This is the meaning of “no-obligation consultation.”
After the consultation, the attorney will draft up an agreement if you want to proceed and have them represent you formally. Once this is signed, the professional relationship with them will be official.
At D’Amico Law, we arrange the terms for contingency fees during our first meeting, and you remain in control of when to accept a settlement offer. You can count on clear, reliable, and consistent communication with your lawyer throughout your case.
Are initial consultations confidential?
While you are not officially a client during the initial consultation, by law, lawyers still owe a duty of confidentiality even to prospective clients. This means that anything you discuss with an attorney during the consultation will be held in the strictest of privacy.
At D’Amico, we take this obligation seriously. We understand that part of the stress of a lawsuit is dealing with people talking about it, and worrying about your information falling into the wrong hands. We are here to minimize these concerns so you can move focus on the best resolution. Get in touch with us today at (412) 652-9300 to schedule a consultation.
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Fat Tony (The Simpsons)
The Simpsons character
|Fat “Fit” Tony|
|First Appearance||Donnie Fatso (2010)|
|Full name||Anthony Paul D’Amico|
|Class||Boss of the D’Amico crime family|
“ Fat Tony ” D’Amico is the name of two recurring characters in the animated series The Simpsons .Both are voiced by Joe Mantegna and first appeared in the episode “Killer Bart” of the third season. Fat Tony is a Bandit and Underboss of the Springfield Mafia. His minions are Nogi, Louis and Johnny Titlips, and he answers to Don Vittorio DiMaggio. Following the death of the original Fat Tony, the season 22 episode “Donnie Fatso” introduces a nearly identical cousin to the character with the same name. The characters are somewhat reminiscent of the real gangster Anthony “Fat Tony” Salerno.
First Fat Tony
Marion Anthony “ Fat Tony ” D’Amico was behind several Springfield criminal enterprises. His racketeering included illegal gambling, cigarette smuggling, bootlegging, fraud, and the sale of fake IDs. In Marge Simpson’s Distorted World, Homer enters into a pact with the Mafia to oust Marge’s competing snack food distributors.Fat Tony stabbed Mayor Quimby in Mayor for the Mafia in retaliation for a raid on their rat milk plant that Quimby had opposed because they had promised him “a dog or better.” Fat Tony enters into a contract with Homer after his private security business interferes with the interests of the mob in Poppa Got a New Badge. Homer would have been executed in a gangster style if Maggie hadn’t come to the rescue with her rifle. Fat Tony’s son Michael is first mentioned by Fat Tony when he talks to Marge in The Seven Beers Snitch, saying that she sometimes drove him home from school.He is then duly introduced in the episode “Torment, Cook, Wife and Her Homer.” The episode also reveals that Fat Tony’s wife was “hit for ‘natural reasons’.” Fat Tony and his associates meet in the so-called “Legal Businessman’s Social Club.” Fat Tony played the violin in The Crazy Clown Poppy. Fat Tony dies of a heart attack in season 22 episode Donnie Fatso, and his last words to Homer are, “I loved you, dude.”
Second Fat Tony
When the original Fat Tony died of a heart attack in Donnie Fatso, he was replaced by his slimmer cousin Anthony Paul “ Fit Tony ” D’Amico . Towards the end of this episode, Fit Tony started eating as a way to deal with the stress of attempted murder. His weight gain results in a nickname change to “Fat Tony” and eventually to “Fat Tony”, essentially restoring the original character.In Fat Tony’s Real Housewives, he allegedly marries Selma, but the relationship falls apart when Selma discovers that Tony performed the ceremony only to make her his girl, since he is already married to another woman.
Fat Tony’s appearance was modeled after actor Paul Sorvino.
Fat Tony’s real name is the source of some controversy, as several different real names were revealed during the series.In the third season episode “Bart the Killer” Fat Tony is referred to in Kent Brockman’s reporting as William “ Fat Tony ” Williams , presumably a pseudonym. In the season eight episode “Homer They Fall,” the announcer of Homer’s boxing match against Drederick Tatum calls Fat Tony Anthony D’Amico (by the way, this is the name of one of the three mixers with re-recording at the end of the credits), which he later also named, like the FBI.In the Mad Clown Poppy season twelve episode, Frankie Screech states that Fat Tony’s name is Marion , a reference to actor John Wayne’s real name, Marion Robert Morrison.
Fat Tony first appeared in the third season episode of Killer Bart. This series was conceived by the writers even before the release of a similar plot of the movie “Nice Guys ” . However, when that was the case, the writers included references to the film in the episode.Fat Tony was modeled after Paul Sorvino, who played mobster Paul Cicero in Nice Guys . Louis’ appearance, one of Tony’s henchmen, was based on another Goodfellas actor, Frank Sivero. The episode ends with a TV movie about the events depicted in the episode in which Joe Mantegna will play Fat Tony (this was before it was decided that Fat Tony would be a recurring character). In Donnie Fatso, Fat Tony dies of a heart attack; his cousin Fit Tony takes his place as head of the syndicate, but soon becomes known as Fat Tony due to stress-induced overeating.
The writers originally wanted Sheldon Leonard to voice Fat Tony. When they failed to get it, they left Joe Mantegna. This is his longest-running role. Mantegna said: “You are honored that they asked you to voice. The fact that they bring you back and keep writing for the character is very gratifying. ” Mantegna based his raspy voice for Fat Tony on his uncle Willie, a longtime cigarette smoker. He insists that producers shouldn’t “let anyone make their sounds,” even going so far as to say, “If Fat Tony sneezes, I want to be there.”This is referred to in the season 20 episode “Sex, Pies and Stupid Scratches,” where the entire required script was grunting. Despite this, Phil Hartman voiced the character in Season 7 episode “The Fish Called Selma.” Mantegna voiced Fat Tony in Scene of The Simpsons, which was nearly cut out. Of the episodes “Fat Tony,” Mantegna favors “Bart the Killer” and “Torment, Cook, Wife and Her Homer” because this is the character’s first appearance and the season premiere.
IGN ranked Fat Tony 18th on its Top 25 Peripheral Characters Simpsons list for 2006. Star News Online has listed Joe Mantegna as one of 400 reasons they love the Simpsons 90,096 90,097. In 2007, TV Squad’s Adam Finley named Mantegna as one of the top five guest stars of The Simpsons , and Vanity Fair named “Killer Bart” as the eighth best episode of the show, stating, “This episode made the list for inspirational satire about mafia.Playmates Toys has made Fat Tony an action figure as part of the Springfield World toy line.
90,000 Jackson, Michael James. Michael Jackson
Michael James Jackson was born in Leeds to a Russian Jewish family. His father, Isaak Haimovich Yakovich 1909 – 1984 from Kovno, English the name to Jack Jackson and settled in Leeds, where he worked as a truck driver.When Michael Jackson was a child, the family moved to Wetherby, where he graduated from King James Elementary School and subsequently took up journalism. At first he specialized in whiskey and worked in Edinburgh, then settled in London, where he edited the specialized advertising magazine “Campaign”.
Gained wide popularity among beer connoisseurs with the release in 1977 of his book “The World Guide To Beer”, translated into several languages and withstood many reprints. In this book, he proposed the first classification of beer styles and detailed the traditions and customs associated with the production and consumption of this beverage around the world.By that time, there was already a fairly extensive tradition of journalism associated with the popularization and consumption of wine, and Michael Jackson was the first to extend similar journalism to ale and beer. The modern concept of beer styles is mainly based on the work of Michael Jackson in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
He soon became a guest columnist and beer expert for a number of periodicals, especially in North America, where by the 1990s a microbrewery culture was developing rapidly.He became the host of the new TV show “The Beer Hunter” on Channel 4 and later on the Discovery Channel. Over the next thirty years, his columns on beer tasting and then whiskey became regular in leading British newspapers such as The Independent, The Observer and others. In addition to popular books on ales and beer, his 1989 book “Whiskey Companion” became a worldwide bestseller and has also been translated into many languages.
Michael Jackson’s approach to beer journalism has been characterized by a particular focus on local food traditions and the beverage’s role in the traditional culture and customs of beer-producing countries.In later years, he concentrated especially on Belgian beer, whose classification became accordingly the most detailed and contributed to the subsequent spread of Belgian beer throughout the world. In addition to describing the actual styles of this drink and criticizing the producers, he created his own line of beer glassware, both for consumption and for professional beer tasting. He developed a hundred-point grading scale for the quality and taste of beer and then whiskey, which is widely used in gastronomic publications.The last completed work of Michael Jackson was a new edition of the monograph “Great Beers of Belgium”, which was already published posthumously.
In addition to gastronomic issues, he has also published as a sports columnist for rugby football. M. Jackson’s professional awards include the Andre Simon award for gastronomic literature, the Glenfiddich Trophy for culinary literature, the Belgian Ridderschap van de Roerstok award traditionally awarded only to brewers, the James Beard Foundation Award and a number of others.
In December 2006, it was reported that Michael Jackson “suffered from Parkinson’s disease and had suffered from it for at least 10 years.” He also suffered from diabetes. Michael Jackson died of a heart attack at his home on the morning of August 30, 2007 at the age of 65.
Stone of Destiny [Harry Potter] – Not the enemy – Page 8
– You. Where is James ?! Ginny shouted.
– Trust me, Mrs. Weasley, he’s fine.- answered the man and smiled an ugly, arrogant smile.
– Look, I’m not going to fight. I just want to get my son, ”Harry said and lowered his wand.
“Believe it or not, Mr. Potter, none of us wants bloodshed,” the man replied. “We only need one thing.
– Stone? So tell your boss that he won’t get it. Kingsley said.
– It’s in vain, mister ex-minister, in vain.
Albert motioned for his men to come out of the hiding place. Then, they became many times more wizards. They were all Squibs, they all had Muggle weapons. Except for Albert. He held a wand in his hand.
In addition, Michael D’Amico himself came out from behind a small crowd of guards.
“What an irony, Potter,” Michael began to speak. – Do you remember this place? You know, they write a lot about you even after so many years.
Harry looked around. Of course, he is familiar with this forest. But a little further. To the left. This was the lake in which the sword of Godric Gryffindor once lay. Indeed, irony.
– Just give me your son.
– Your son is a little busy right now. Maybe he’ll even see his brother soon. – answered D’Amico and smiled from the corner of his lips.
– Why James? Ron asked.
– It happened, you see, I’m not very strong in magic.
“I won’t give you the stone, Michael,” Harry said.
– Give it back, Harry, otherwise you will know the emptiness in your soul from the loss of a person dear to you, – Michael said with an obvious threat in his voice.
– Believe me, I know.
– Then you will remember.
– Who are you to decide this, huh? Draco asked.
D’Amico shot a quick, disdainful glance at Malfoy and spat.
– Shut up Malfoy. The son of a killer. All of you purebreds are so petty and pathetic.
– He is not to blame for his father’s affairs! Hermione shouted.
– Mrs. Weasley, is that what you say? You? – he laughed with such a sarcastic laugh and after a second fell silent, and his face twisted in pity for her.“The one he hounded at school when he was exposed to an opportunity?
90,000 Chris D’Amico (Chris Genovese)
Chris D’Amico is the son of a mafia boss. I wanted my father to notice him and pay attention to him. One fine day, he learns that a certain superhero is killing his father’s people – he decides to become a superhero and takes the name Blood Frenzy. Together with Pipets, they, as partners, look for criminals and try to save people from the fire.
Penetrating into Papani’s lair, betrays them, and Papani is killed. After that, Kick-Ass and Killer kill Frank. Chris decides to become the first supervillain and avenge his father.
After the death of his mother, Chris becomes a Mazefaker. The motherfucker robs shops, kills innocent people, frees criminals from prison and gathers a gang of super villains.
Mazafaker hurts the Night Bitch, takes revenge on Piptsu for his father – by killing Pipets’s father. However, Kick-Ass and Killer gather all their friends and kill the whole gang of Mazafaker, and Mazafaker himself falls from the roof into the pool with a shark and ends up in the hospital with his limbs bitten off.
Unlike the movie in the comic, Mazafaker falls from the roof. Mazafaker dies while trying to rescue Killer from prison.
In a comic book, unlike a movie. Mazafaker was pumped up and mastered the martial arts.
In the movie Kick-Ass 2, the shark eats Mazefaker’s limbs and Chris becomes disabled. However, in the comic, Mazafaker simply falls off the roof and remains intact.
After watching the second film, it seemed to everyone that Mazafaker died, that is, he was eaten by a shark. However, the movie had a secret post-credits scene in which we were shown that Mazafaker did not die at all.
At the end of the film, Kick-Ass Blood Frenzy changed from his red suit with a wig to a yellow one without a wig.
Blood Frenzy in the film has an M-shaped emblem on his chest and belt, which hints at his future supervillain alter ego – Mazafaker.
Bloody Frenzy also at the end of the film says the Joker’s phrase: Soon the whole world will know about me.
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Ralph D’Amico (Ralph Genovese)
Chris’s loving uncle.In the movie, Kick-Ass 2 appears as his cellmate. He also mentions that one of the policemen is his mercenary – it is possible that this is Gigant.
He tried to unite the D’Amico family even from behind bars.
Frank D’Amico (Frank Genovese)
Mafia boss. Bribes Gigante to release criminals from prison. For a long time he married Angie and raised a son – Chris D’Amico.
Javier D’Amico (Javier Genovese)
Chris’s guardian. Served Chris and helped him in everything. He helped him commit crimes and found partners for him to create a gang of supervillains.
Angie D’Amico (Angie Genovese)
Frank’s wife and Chris’s mother. However, after Frank’s death, she classified his death under a fire, and threw away the Blood Frenzy suit. For this, her son was angry with her and in anger – during the solarium he accidentally killed her himself – breaking the solarium car with kicks.
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Professional military man Ben Cutter was hired to carry out a special assignment.After completing it, he learned that his customers were Irish terrorists. And then Cutter destroyed the warehouses that contained weapons worth $ 20 million. The terrorists did not like this very much. Ben Cutter managed to escape from the angry Irish, but soon they found out his whereabouts and his real name …
Series Blue Tree: photo, video, description of the series
Argentine TV series for children.
The plot of the series Blue Tree / El arbol azul
A group of sixth-graders living in one of the districts of Buenos Aires, study together and spend their free time.
While still children and only entering adolescence, they learn the value of true friendship, fall in love, find themselves in various funny and not very situations, quarrel, reconcile, try to find a common language with their parents, together looking for solutions to their problems.
Creation and release of the series Blue Tree / El arbol azul
For many creators of “ Blue Tree ” (El arbol azul), the series became a debut in the serial industry or one of the first experiences of working on television.
Apparently, this explains a number of spatio-temporal blunders made by the authors: the same characters can appear simultaneously in different places, and the events shown in one episode are not always arranged not in accordance with the chronological sequence. The storylines are also not always consistent and logically complete, the characters can repeat their lines several times to the same interlocutors in different episodes or assert exactly opposite things. Some of the characters have different names in different episodes, and several characters completely disappeared from the narrative without explanation.
Despite these shortcomings, the telenovela was well received by the audience. The series was shown in a dozen countries around the world, including Russia, where the heroes of “ Blue Tree ” still have loyal fans.
The project owes much of its success to the charm and spontaneity of the young actors who played the main roles – Guido Kaczka (Guido Kaczka), Paula D’Amico (Paula D’Amico), Eugenia Talisa (Eugenia Tálice) Mauro Martina (Mauro Martín), Carlos Pedevilla (Carlos Pedevilla), Desiree Nagüel (Desiree Nagüel), Diego Bozzolo (Diego Bozzolo), Facundo Espinosa (Facundula Espinosa (Facundula ) Montel, Pablo Francini , Natalia Perez and others.
Among the performers of the roles of adult characters – the veteran of the cinema screen Carlos Muñoz (Carlos Muñoz), who began his career in the late 1930s, Victoria Onetto (Victoria Onetto), who became widely known as the maid Lina in Dick angel “(Muñeca brava), as well as Monica Galán (Mónica Galán), who starred in supporting roles in the series” Bodyguard “(Amor en custodia),” Noble crooks “(Los simuladores) and” At the last moment “(Tiempofinal), and Antonio Caride (Antonio Caride),” spotted “in” Floriciente “(Floricienta),” Rich and famous “(Ricos y famosos) and” Models 90- 60-90 “(90-60-90 modelos).
In Russia, “Blue Tree” was shown on the NTV and NTV-Mir channels.
In 1998, the Mexican broadcaster Televisa released its own adaptation of the Argentinean original Blue Tree , titled Light on the way (Una luz en el camino).
The intro to the series contains the song “El Milagro de la Vida” performed by the Brazilian singer Shushi (Xuxa). This composition, which Shusha sang not in her native Portuguese, but in Spanish, became very popular all over the world in 1991.
Most of the songs, including the popular Chocolate, were performed by Trem da Alegria in Blue Tree , some of the songs included in the series soundtrack, for example, Conquistadores del futuro, were band “Paquitas”.
Interesting facts about the TV series Blue Tree / El arbol azul
– In one of the episodes, Jose finds himself in the pavilion of the television studio, where the series “ Celeste ” (Celeste) is being filmed. In this scene, actors Andrea Del Boca (Andrea Del Boca), Gustavo Bermudez (Gustavo Bermudez), Dora Baret (Dora Baret), Roberto Anthier (Roberto Antier), director Nicolas (Nicolas Del Boca) and other crew members.Interestingly, Diego Bozzolo and Eugenia Talise starred in another soap opera with the same Bermudez and Del Boca starring “ Antonella ” (Antonella), which was released in the same year with “ Blue wood “.
– Fans of Latin American soap operas might have noticed that the picture hanging on the wall in the living room of Valeria’s house appears in other TV series as well. In the TV drama “ First Love ” (Primer amor), this picture can be seen in the doctor’s office, where the main character was temporarily staying, played by Grecia Colmenares (Grecia Colmenares).In the fifth season of the Argentinean musical telenovela “ Kids ” (Chiquititas), she adorned the wall of the juvenile inspector’s office, and in the first season of the Brazilian adaptation of the Argentinean “ Kids “, the picture migrated to the office of the director of the orphanage.
– The third episode “ Blue Tree “, apparently, was originally filmed as the pilot of the series. Such a conclusion can be drawn from the numerous details that distinguish it from other episodes – different decorations, different hair lengths and clothes of child actors, other extras.