By Roben Farzad. He was partial to turtlenecks and a New York baseball cap, and proudly rode shotgun in a Mercedes-Benz while waving a Cuban cigar. In its heyday the Mutiny hotel was the haunt of movie stars, rock legends and Miami's gangsters. Pictured: the hotel today.
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Oliver Stone, Brian DePalma and Al Pacino tapped into Miami dope culture of fast cars and fast women and studied real life drug dealers to create the iconic Tony Montana character. My book, Hotel Scarface: Where Cocaine Cowboys Partied and Plotted to Control Miami, tells the mythic tale of the late, great Hotel Mutiny, a boutique destination in ss Miami with an exclusive, members-only club that was frequented by so many real-life Tony Montanas during its cocaine-dusted heyday. When they were filming in , Stone, DePalma and Al Pacino stayed at the hotel and bumped shoulders with dopers and other celebs. The crew tried unsuccessfully to shoot some scenes at the Mutiny, whose bouncer enforced strict no-cameras policy. For a movie centered on a murderous Cuban refugee; Miami was recovering from the year , which saw it ascend to murder capital of the hemisphere thanks to narcotics-related Latin-on-Latin homicides. He bears a striking resemblance to Robert Loggia, the late actor who played doper Frank Lopez in Scarface. The Cuban exile would drive up to the Mutiny in a Mercedes shot-gunned by a blinged-out, cigar-chomping chimpanzee named Caesar. Not unlike the Tony Montana you saw in Scarface.
Antonio "Tony" Montana is a fictional character and the protagonist of the film Scarface. Embodying the rise from the bottom to the top, Tony Montana has become a cultural icon and is one of the most famous movie characters of all time. By association, the character is also inspired by Al Capone. A prequel novel, Scarface: The Beginning , written by L. Banks , was published in Al Pacino insisted on taking the lead role as Tony Montana, although Robert De Niro had been offered it and had turned it down.