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He later called his manager, producer Martin Bregmanand informed him of his belief in the potential for a remake of that film. John Travolta was considered for the role. In response, De Palma argued that his original version should be rated R if the latest version was now considered an R, rationalizing that the edits which he made were minor.
To hide their deficiencies and discrepancies in his cloak of evil. Tony Camonte, the Chicago gangster in the ''Scarface,'' the role of the Italian-American mob boss that made Paul Muni a major star, is now called Tony Montana and played by Al Pacino with such mounting intensity that one half expects him to self- destruct before the film's finale.
De Palma refused to cut the film further and told the studio it would have to fire him and find someone else to re- edit the movie.
He was so certain ''Scarface'' would receive an X rating that he arranged for the appeal earlier this week, he said.