Antonio "Tony" Raimundo Montana is the main protagonist of Scarface and the video game Scarface - The World Is Yours. He was portrayed by Al Pacino in the movie and voiced by André Sogliuzzo in the game. Tony Montana has become a cultural icon and is one of the most famous movie characters of all time, embodying the rise from the bottom to the top.
Antonio "Tony" Montana was born in Cuba to a Cuban mother and an American father. The marriage produced two children, Antonio and Gina, his little sister. Tony recalled having a pretty good relationship with his father, who taught him English and took him to American films where he saw such big stars as Humphrey Bogart. While Tony's father had a good relation with his kids, he did not have an ideal relationship as a husband and head of the household. One day Tony's father abandoned his family, so Mrs. Montana raises Tony and Gina alone. However, Tony proves somewhat a copycat of his father, abandoning them 5 years prior to the events of the film. It was later explained that one reason for the estragment was that Tony had admired the Cuban gangsters, who often partnered with the American Mafia. As the Mafia built big casinos in Havana, making it the "Latin Las Vegas" and their attire and lifestyles were flashy, Tony wished to become like them. His mother strived to steer him away from that, a big cause in their rifts.
After he knew Manny Ribera, Tony and Manny worked for Raul Vasquez, a member of the Rodriguez/Vasquez/Lopez family, which also happens to be a Cartel. Tony and Manny worked as drug mules, often dealing with long, hard work for little pay because Tony's boss, Raul Vasquez is a very cheap man, which Tony greatly dislikes. Because of Vasquez's frugal nature and lack of ambition, Tony decides that he will never be like him, and dreams of greater things in life. Tony keeps a picture of Gina in his wallet, and thinks of her often.
During a meeting with the cartel at a resort in Havana, Julio Lopez introduces him to a group of prostitutes, which Tony is known to frequent. Lopez offers Tony to take his pick, and after seeing one of the girls argue with Lopez, he chooses her, despite Lopez's insisting on him not to. He offers to buy her a Cuba Libre, to which one of the girls says, "Oh, Rosaliah, he seems nice." Upon learning her name, he is satisfied and buys her the Rum and Coke, which she claims is 500$. Knowing that it isn't, Tony still overpays for the drink because he wants to impress Rosaliah, to which she calls him crazy. The two spend a night together and learn a lot about each other, Tony finding out that Rosaliah did not want this job, but is rather an aspiring singer. After completing a job for Lopez, Julio lets Tony have one "Wish". Tony asks Lopez to free Rosaliah from her job, and let her perform as a legitimate singer. Lopez complies, Tony and Rosaliah spend another night together happily upon hearing this news.
Unfortunately, After Tony's ambition gets the better of him and he makes a bold, threatening suggestion to the head of the cartel - Ortega - he has one of his men beat Rosaliah senseless, which causes her to die. Tony swears to "Never fuck with Pain" again.
A Fresh New StartEdit
In May 1980, president Fidel Castro relaxes the stringent laws governing Mariel Harbor in Cuba, allowing Cubans, former convicts, and criminals to immigrate to Miami, Florida. Tony is one of the 125,000 Cubans on the Mariel Boatlift to Miami, one out of five whom has a criminal record. When he gets to Miami he is questioned by U.S. officials; he lies about his whole life, telling them that his entire family is dead or stayed behind in Cuba and that he was a "political prisoner". However, because of a tattoo on his right hand, which indicates that he was an assassin, he is not granted a green card.
Tony and his friend Manolo "Manny" Ribera are sent to "Freedom Town", refugee camp that held Cuban immigrants without green cards. After one month in the camp, Frank Lopez, head of a Miami drug cartel, offers to obtain them green cards in return for murdering Emilio Rebenga. Soon after Rebenga arrives at the camp, Manny and his accomplices cause a riot, where Tony stabs Rebenga in the confusion.
Tony and Manny are given green cards and released, and the two get jobs as short-order cooks and dishwashers for a small food stand in Little Havana, Miami. In August 1980, after another month of working they are approached by Omar Suarez, Frank Lopez's right-hand man who contacted Manny for the Rebenga hit. He offers Tony and Manny $500 each to work for Lopez to help unload 500 kilograms of marijuana from a boat from Mexico. Tony is unsatisfied with this offer and demands at least $1,000, which angers Omar. Omar says that everyone has to work their way up in the Lopez cartel and marijuana shipments tend to be safer because that drug is of lesser concern to American authorities; as a result it pays less than the more dangerous shipments. Tony fails to hear that excuse and gets confrontational. Regardless, Omar offers Tony a cocaine deal with Colombians for him instead, for $5,000 each, which Tony accepts.
A few days later, Tony, Manny, and two associates — Angel and Chi Chi, Cubans who also spent time in Freedomtown — drive to a small hotel in Miami Beach, the Sun Ray, to meet with the Colombians for the deal. While Manny and Chi Chi wait in their car, Tony and Angel go to the upstairs hotel room to meet with the Colombians. The head dealer, Hector "The Toad," answers the door and welcomes Tony in. Tony enters and as Hector goes to close the door behind him, Tony asks him if he doesnt mind keeping the door open so Angel, whose standing outside of the room, can see that everything is ok, which Hector agrees to. Once inside, after raising his arms in the air and turning himself around, which Hector copies and smiles to, Tony notices a lady lying on two pillows on the bed watching tv who Hector introduces as Marta. Hector tries to make small conversation with Tony. Hector says he doesn't have the cocaine with him; Tony replies that if there are no drugs, then he has no buy money. Suddenly, the deal goes bad and Angel and Tony are handcuffed to a shower pole. Hector demands the money, implying that he intends to kill Tony instead of selling them the cocaine, but Tony refuses. Hector then kills Angel with a chainsaw. Manny — who was waiting outside — approaches the hotel, hears the commotion, and bursts through the door with a submachine gun. After a short gunfight in which Manny is shot in the arm, and Hector is killed by Tony along with Hector's associates, Tony, Manny, and Chi Chi escape with the cocaine and the money. Instead of allowing Omar to take the cocaine to Frank, however, Tony takes it to Frank personally.
Meeting Frank LopezEdit
Frank and Tony met and take a liking to each other, but Tony later confides to Manny that Frank may be too "soft" to be a major player for long. Tony and Manny end up working under Frank in the drug dealing business. Meanwhile, Tony takes an interest in Frank's girlfriend, Elvira Hancock. Frank takes Tony, Manny, and his associates out to the Babylon Nightclub, a high-class venue that Frank frequents. Although Tony flirts with Elvira, she doesn't show any interest in him.
Three months later, Tony pays a visit to his mother, Georgina, and younger sister, Gina, neither of whom he has seen for five years. Gina is excited to see Tony, but his mother is ashamed of him, having long ago learned of his life of crime. When he gives his mother $1,000 while claiming he is a community organizer and involved in running an "Anti-Castro" pamphlet group, his mother angrily rejects the gift and throws him out. Tony leaves, but Gina runs after him; he slips her the $1,000 secretly, and tells her to give a little to their mother from time to time.
Meeting Alejandro SosaEdit
Later, while in Bolivia, Tony and Omar are organizing smuggling to the United States with a major drug cartel lord Alejandro Sosa on behalf of Frank, who couldn't travel due to a pending criminal trial. Tony begins independently making major decisions about the distribution of the drugs through Panama, angering Omar, who believes only Frank has authority to make such decisions. Omar and Tony begin arguing over the matter, while Sosa offers Omar a quick helicopter ride back home to talk over the transaction with Frank. Sosa then orders his enforcer, the Skull, to hang and assassinate Omar, and explains to Tony that he was a police informant. However, Sosa believes that Tony is trustworthy and makes him one of his business partners, sternly warning Tony never to "fuck him" (betray him in any way). After returning to Florida, Tony is berated by Frank, who is angry about what happened to Omar, as well as Tony's new setup with Sosa. Frank warns Tony that Sosa is a traitor and cannot be trusted. Tony and Frank subsequently terminate their business relationship, while Tony begins making bolder passes at Elvira, one of them right in front of Frank.
Meeting Mel BernsteinEdit
At the Babylon Nightclub, Tony is shaken down by a corrupt Miami narcotics detective, Mel Bernstein, who informs him he has evidence linking Tony to the murders of Rebenga and the Colombian drug dealers. Bernstein then proposes to "tax" Tony on his transactions in return for police protection and information. Bernstein immediately negotiates himself a large bribe and two first-class airline tickets to London. Tony is convinced Frank sent Bernstein because only Frank would know details about the murders. While talking to Bernstein, Tony is distracted by the sight of his sister Gina dancing with a low-level drug dealer. Tony sees him take her into the men's restroom to make out with her in the stall, prompting him to beat the man and berate Gina. When Gina tells Tony that she is old enough to do whatever she wants, Tony slaps her.
The assassination attemptEdit
While at the Babylon, Tony is almost assassinated when two men attempt to kill him with submachine guns. He escapes, wounded but alive, and is convinced that Frank is responsible for the attempted murder. Tony instructs two of his men to call Frank at exactly 3 a.m. at his office with the words: "We fucked up. He got away." Tony and Manny track Frank down to his car dealership, and find Frank in the middle of a meeting with Bernstein. Using the phone call, Tony tricks Frank into confirming he was behind the attempted hit. Admitting what he did, Frank then begs for mercy at Tony's feet, even offering $10,000,000 he keeps in a safe. Tony orders Manny to shoot Frank, and Tony proceeds to kill Bernstein. Afterward, Tony goes to Frank's house, telling Elvira that Frank is dead and that he wants her. Tony looks at the sky and sees a blimp with the words "The World Is Yours" on the side.
Over the next year, Tony makes $75 million off of 2,000 kilos of cocaine that he brings to America, and is soon making $15 million every month in profits from his business relationship with Sosa. He marries Elvira and takes over Frank's empire, creating a large number of lucrative business fronts and purchasing a huge mansion, complete with luxury items, such as a tiger, as well as multiple surveillance camera monitors. He makes Manny his second-in-command and in charge of security at his warehouses and mansion. However, cracks in Tony's "American dream" begin to form as both he and Elvira become heavily addicted to cocaine. As a result, Tony becomes more paranoid and violent, and Elvira becomes bored and distant. Tony becomes greedy and selfish with his wealth, while the bank that launders his drug money wants increasingly higher fees. Manny and Gina begin dating behind Tony's back, afraid of Tony's wrath should he find out.
The Empire starts to fallEdit
February 1983, Tony is arrested for tax evasion and money laundering $1,300,000 by Seidelbaum, a local money launderer who turns out to be an undercover cop. Tony posts a $5 million bail and is out of jail while awaiting trial. Tony's lawyer, Sheffield, tells him that although he can plea bargain away most of the time Tony faces, he will still end up serving at least three years in prison for evading income taxes.
Sosa, not wanting to lose his main distributor, calls Tony down to Bolivia and asks him for help assassinating a Bolivian anti-government activist, who is exposing Sosa's dealings with Bolivian leaders on television. In exchange, Sosa will use his contacts in the US Justice Department in Washington, D.C, to keep Tony out of prison. Tony is clearly reluctant to assassinate a civilian, but seeing no other options, agrees to the deal. After returning to Miami, Manny tries to talk Tony out of going to New York, even though Tony doesn't tell him about the hit, because he has a bad feeling about it.
Not long after, Elvira leaves Tony for good after he insults her heavily in a local Miami restaurant. Minutes later, an intoxicated Tony starts yelling at the patrons for looking at him in disgust. He tells them that they need people like him — a "bad guy".
Tony and Alberto, Sosa's most senior associate, travel to New York to murder the activist. Alberto plants a bomb under the activist's car, planning to detonate it as he drives to the United Nations Building to give a speech about his activist work. On the day the assassination is to take place, Tony orders Alberto not to set off the bomb because the activist's wife and children are in the car as well. When Alberto tries to detonate the bomb anyway, Tony shoots him in the head, thus double-crossing Sosa in the process.
Downfall & DeathEdit
Tony returns to Florida to find his mother accusing him of corrupting Gina, and a furious Sosa threatening to kill him for not going through with the plan. During a heated telephone conversation, Tony and Sosa's relationship effectively breaks down. Tony attempts to locate Manny, and finds him and Gina together. Realizing Manny has slept with his sister, Tony shoots and kills him in a cocaine-fueled rage, before Gina reveals that they had just married. Tony and his men take a distraught Gina back to his mansion. Meanwhile, a large group of gun-toting assassins sent by Sosa surround the mansion. While Tony sits in his office, distraught at his actions and snorting vast quantities of cocaine, the gunmen begin quietly killing Tony's guards outside.
A grief-stricken Gina enters Tony's office wielding a gun, accusing him of wanting her for himself, before shooting him in the leg. Tony attempts to calm her down, before one of the assassins enters the office through the window and opens fire, accidentally killing Gina. Tony immediately throws the man out of the window, and shoots his body multiple times, creating a large commotion.
Robbed of the element of surprise, Sosa's gunmen launch an all-out assault on Tony's mansion. As Tony cradles Gina's body in his arms, Sosa's men fight their way through the mansion with ease. Tony bursts from his office wielding an M16 assault rifle with an M203 grenade launcher attachment, yells "Say hello to my little friend!" and begins shooting wildly at the henchmen, killing dozens of them despite being heavily wounded himself by return fire. The carnage continues until the Skull, who had quietly broken into the back of the mansion, shoots Tony in the back with a double-barreled shotgun, killing him. Tony falls from his balcony into a small pool in the lobby below, floating face-down in the water beneath a statue of the globe carrying the inscription "The World Is Yours" in red neon as the water fills with Tony's blood.
The World Is YoursEdit
In Scarface - The World Is Yours, Tony survives the assassination attempt but still loses most of his possessions. It starts just after Tony started swearing against his enemies, Tony sees the Skull approaching him and shoots him before going out, making his way to his car, gunning down every assassin he finds in his way. He barely manages to escape the capture of his own mansion. One gunman has cornered Tony, but Tony is saved by his pet tiger, who breaks free and mauls the gunmen, allowing Tony to flee to safety. The assassins misconstrue the situation as proof positive that Tony is dead, with one man calling Sosa to the phone saying that Tony Montana will never come back again and that his empire his destroyed. The end of the first mission show that he lost $65,884,703 and 2,500 kilograms of drugs.
For the next three months in 1983 he went into hiding in a small shack near Virginia Key Beach Park in Miami where he only had basic necessities, his trademark Cadillac Series 62 and $1,000. His mansion was seized by "Vice" (undercover vice squad police officers who resemble the co-stars of the 1980s television show Miami Vice), he goes to see Sheffield and asks to be his lawyer again, which he agrees to,but to an higher cost due of the danger of being associated with Tony Montana, Tony warns Sheffield to not cross him between him and Sosa, but he guarantees that he preferes to get run over a truck than trying to get in his way. After one day of selling drugs, Tony manages to clear a profit of $10,000, to which he promptly spends on a bribe to vice so he can get his mansion back.
After he goes back to his mansion, Tony discovers that Gaspar Gomez has hidden a truck contaning $50.000, and he decides to go to the Hotel and find Gomez, after killing all the security, he finds out that Gomez is not there and finds instead Ricardo, his head of security. Tony taunts him and beats him in a brawl before throwing him off the hotel cliff, and goes to the hotel garage and steals the truck with the money, taking it to the downtown bank where he finds Jerry, his former banker, now a corporate manager, and asks him to become his banker again, he agrees with reluctance, but he has faith in Tony.
Montana first reclaims Little Havana in 1984, which had been taken over by the Diaz brothers, but during an hangover in the Babylon Club, he's attacked by assassins sent by the Diaz Brothers, that murdered his mother. Enraged, Tony goes to Diaz Motors (formerly Lopez Motors) armed with a chainsaw and dismembers Edgar Diaz, his brother Fernado escapes with a car, but Tony pursuits him and blows up his car, killing him.
Then Tony moves to conquer Downtown, but he gets called by Pablo, one of Sheffield's associates, telling him that he has news about his ex-wife Elvira, they bring Tony to Freedomtown, apparently the ideal place to speak undisturbed, but it's revealed that it's a trap. Tony, angry, hunts and kills Pablo, and adds Sheffield to his Hit List.
Tony then conquers Downtown in 1985 with his supplies growing but still limited, he gets called by the Sandman, a powerful coke lord that wants Sosa dead, and offers him the support of his islands outside Miami to supply Tony's Activities and Tony visits Venus' bar, the Sandman's ex-girlfriend, that points the way to Nacho Contreras, the powerful drug lord that lives in a casino boat, then he gets to Nacho's Boat, he pursuits him, killing all of his men.and made Nacho be eaten by a shark.
Tony gets back to Miami, and sets his eyes to Miami Beach South, which is part of Gaspar Gomez's Turf, that along with Miami Beach North, Tony proceeds to conquer the Southern and Northern Beach, in this way he now controls Miami again, but he needs more supplies.
The Sandman calls Tony, saying that he's ready to make war with the Colombians, but his plants are under attack so Tony repels them, and talking to the Sandman again, he says that the Colombians have captured an island, the production facility and the workers inside, Tony rescues them all and kicks off the Colombians from the island, then the Sandman gives Tony the control of the islands and its operations, giving him the supply lines he needed. Now the Montana Cartel rises, even more powerful and wealthy than before, Tony now is capable of attack Sosa directly.
Meanwhile, Sosa, Gomez, and Sheffield are discussing the problem about Tony Montana, that has became more dangerous than he appeared, Gomez stating that he had no problems with Tony Montana before Sosa sent his assassins to his mansion, and he's there only to get a deal out of that, while Sheffield proposes to send Bolivian Tanks directly to kill Tony, which Sosa contests saying if Washington would approve of Bolivian Tanks in the streets of Miami, which Shieffeld replies that he has them all in his backpocket and that a sufficiently high bribe can make them look the other way for a day. Suddenly, an explosion follows, indicating that Tony has arrived, fighting all of Sosa's Men. Tony confronts Shieffeld, who begs for his life, but calls Tony crazy and to be on drugs, who gets Tony even more angry, Tony then snaps his neck or shoots him in the head. Then, Tony finds Gaspar and, after a bloody gunfight, Tony kills him. Tony then proceeds to go in Sosa's living room where Sosa is waiting for him, and they have a brief discussion on what caused their friendship to break, with Tony saying that Sosa is going to pay for everything he has done, he then laughs and responds that he gave him the warning to not fuck him,Tony then replies of the presence of children on the car of the journalist that Sosa wanted dead, and that he's not a butcher. Sosa tells him to clarify this with Tony before he kills that if had 500 kgs of drugs moving every month, it's imperative that he can kill children, so he says 'Heroes go in the hole where they crawl back from'. Tony says that it's time for Sosa to do that crawl, then a gunfight begins, ending with Sosa's death, and Tony, really mad, keeps shooting at him, saying 'Have a nice trip Sosa, you stupid fuck'. After that, one of Sosa's Men begs Tony for his life, and Tony offers him a job as a butler in his mansion. Venus gets the place of his lady, and tells her that he feels that he finally had the world he wanted in his hands, just like he imagined.
An all new TonyEdit
After the assassination attempt, a new reincarnated Tony Montana has a new sober attitude swearing to never do coke again and has a better positive less aggressive attitude. Tony also has a better attitude to his henchmen and security complementing them on their efforts although he makes unnecessary outbursts calling them "stupid fucks" on the phone as in the movie, his bodyguards will risk their last breath to ensure that Tony is still living and ultimately helping his empire grow. Tony also has done several good deeds like rescuing a man's daugther from a horde of Colombians which to most would be a suicide mission. Tony despises evil acts like the raping of women and slavery, he also hates Fidel Castro (to the point hoping that he will trip on his beard and break his neck) and Comunism and although an immigrant acts as if he is a true American at times. He also has a furious hatred for Colombians since his friend Angel was killed brutally by them. Although Tony has a sober and mellow attitude he still has a huge and insane bloodlust when he is very enraged and crossed. Tony has been told that he doesn't die by many people and he has cheated death many times, he then remembers Gina and Manny with sorrow, wishing them to be there with him, saying that he "has fucked up".
In popular culture Edit
Since the release of Scarface in 1983, the Tony Montana character has been widely referenced and parodied in popular culture. In the world of hip hop, particularly gangsta rap, Montana is widely seen as a role model for his "outsider" status, rise from poverty to wealth and power and sociopathic appetite for violence.
Many Latin rappers dress like characters from the film, though they only opt to emulate the "street clothes" Montana's crew wears in the beginning of the movie, neglecting the flashy suits which he wears for the majority of the film.
Each DVD release inspired the largely Hispanic population in Hudson County, New Jersey to "camp out" in front of retail stores such as Best Buy in Secaucus, as well as Circuit City in Union City. Both stores indicated record high sales on the release dates.
In Carlito's Way, also starring Al Pacino, the nightclub Carlito owms is called "El Paraiso", which is the name of the restaurant Tony and Manny work in at the beginnnng of Scarface. The movie is also directed by Brian De Palma, and also features Angel Salazar (Chi chi) and Al Israel (Hector the Toad).
The animated series, The Boondocks pays homage to Tony Montana in it's season 1 intro. In the Intro, Riley Freeman is modeled after Tony Montana's classic picture to Scarface. Also, in the first episode of the series, Riley is shown wearing a similar suit to that of Tony Montana's in the movie. The animated series South Park paid homage to Tony Montana with Cartman resembling the fictional drug lord and KFC founder Colonel Sanders as antagonist Alejandro Sosa.
In the popular animated series, The Batman, the revised design of the classic Batman villain " The Ventriloquist"'s evil puppet Scarface has him dressed in Tony Montanna's trademark white suit, rather than clothes making him look like Al Capone that he wore in the comics that the show is based on.
Lines from the film are also frequently sampled in hip-hop songs. The Houston-based Geto Boys were one of the earliest rap groups to sample the lines and dialogue. During Public Enemy's "Welcome to the Terrordome," Flavor Flav recites several lines from the film. Music from the movie has also been sampled in the instrumentals for hip-hop songs such as Mobb Deep's "G.O.D. Pt. III" and "It's Mine". Nas' "The World is Yours" takes its title from the motto Montana lived by. One hip-hop artist, Brad Jordan (later a member of the Geto Boys) has even gone so far as to name himself Scarface after the film, and another goes by the name Tony Montana. Jay-Z's 1996 debut album, Reasonable Doubt, also samples Omar's lines to Montana regarding the deal with the Colombian's on the intro to the song Can't Knock The Hustle.
Various Latin rap artists such as Immortal Technique, Fat Joe, Big Pun, Cuban Link and The Beatnuts have sampled lines from the movie.
South Korean rapper Agust D has a song titled after the character on his self-titled mixtape.
In the game, Tony gets called by Sosa at each Reputation, at first telling how he will fail since Sosa made him what he was before. The more reputation Tony achieves, Sosa becomes more angry, at the end declaring how he should have died a long time before, calling him "a persistent little monkey"; Tony is increasingly more dismissive of him.
Universal partnered with video game developer Overkill Software to create two expansion packs based around the movie for their hit game Payday 2. The first pack introduced Tony as a playable character, using the pseudonym "Scarface" and wearing a clown mask that resembles the movie's poster/cover art, to better fit in with the gangs theme of masked robbery. He wears the same black suit worn in the climax of the film, and a pair of black leather gloves. The pack includes two signature weapons, the "Little Friend 7.62" (which is based on the HK417, a modern redesign of the AR-15/M16 rifle) featuring an under barrel grenade launcher based on the M203, and the "Lumber Lite L2" chainsaw. Tony is once again voiced by Andre Sogliuzzo.
Tony will also receive his own room in the safehouse, which can be upgraded to resemble the decor of his office in his mansion.
The second pack included the Scarface Mansion Heist, which as the name would suggest set in Tony's former mansion, which is now controlled By Sosa's nephew, Ernesto. The objective of the heist is to get into the house, steal money and cocaine, kill Ernesto and escape. The mission can be done, by stealth or by brute force.
- Beretta Cheetah One of Tony's signature weapons, he uses it most times in the movie, as he used it to kill Hector, to escape Frank's henchmen and to kill Mel Bernstein.
- Beretta M1951 A pistol taken from one of Hector's men and used by Tony to kill Hector in the movie.
- S&W Model 36: A revolver carried by Tony in his shoulder holster during the movie.
- Colt AR-15 Tony's weapon of choice against the men who swarmed his mansion and the one he used with his famous line, "Say Hello to my Little Friend!". Tony has the weapon equipped with an M203 Grenade Launcher that he uses to blow the door's of his office open. Also he has a "jungle-taped" 30-round magazine set up as well. The weapon fires a 5.56x45mm NATO and is a selective fire weapon. The weapon is also used in the game as well, called the "Carbine Assault Rifle". It uses 50 rounds per magazine, and the Grenade Launcher attachment can be unlocked later after the weapon is unlocked. Tony can also pick up this weapon from a dead DEA member.
- Colt M1911 In Scarface: The World Is Yours, Tony first obtains this weapon after the mansion shootout. The M1911 is called the ".45 Automatic", uses .45 Caliber rounds and holds 12 rounds.
- .38 Automatic Another pistol that Tony can obtain in Scarface: The World Is Yours.
- AK-47: The AK-47 is the first assault rifle that Tony picks up in Miami, while he's in Freedom Town. The weapon fires a 7.62x39mm in a 40-80 round magazine, while in real life, the AK-47 uses a 30 round magazine.
- Desert Eagle: A powerful pistol, capable of killing with one shot,its unlocked nearly the end of the game,it has a 7 round magazine,its fire rate is very slow.
- Bazooka: A heavy anti-armor weapon,this weapon can destroy cars very easily and shoots one rocket at time
- Missile Launcher: A heavy rocket launcher,capable of destroying cars with one shot,it has a 2 round magazine
- Sniper Rifle: A heavy sniper rifle,it has a 6 round magazine and has nearly one hit kills if aimed in the right spots
- MAC-10: A automatic and more powerful version of the Micro-Uzi,it has a 50 round magazine,it can be upgraded with a larger magazine and a silencer to reduce event attraction
- M-79: A grenade launcher,it's carried by high ranking gang members,and can kill Tony with one hit,
- M249: A heavy portable machine gun,with a 100 round magazine, it's the last weapon unlocked in the game,it's very powerful and can eliminate gangs and cops very quickly with 2 hits
- Uzi: A submachine gun taken from one of Sosa's men and briefly used by Tony during the final shootout of the movie.
- Micro Uzi: The Micro-Uzi is the first fully automatic weapon Tony gets in the beginning of the game and he uses it to kill anyone who comes in his way.The weapon fires a 9x19mm Parabellum in a 32 round magazine.
- Chainsaw: The chainsaw is the weapon Tony uses that involves close quarters and is a movie reference, mainly the weapon Hector the Toad used to kill Angel Fernandez.
- Machete: The machete is the other melee weapon that Tony uses, however he uses it in Freedom Town to kill anyone that's up close.
- Shotgun: The weapon that Tony uses in the game. The weapon is a 12 gauge shotgun with an 8 round magazine.
Personality and traitsEdit
Straight off the Banana boat from Cuba, Tony is ready to wreak havoc on southern Florida. Armed with his balls and his word, him and his childhood friend Manny, make it to the top of the booming Miami drug trade, to establish a short lived but extremely powerful Cartel of their own. Tony is unpredictable, ruthless when he has to be, and extremely possessive of the ones he loves. His obsession with his sister Gina is almost sexual and he plays the role of a protective father to her. His street elegance and charisma is unmatched and he is one of the toughest criminals to ever walk the streets of America.
Unlike Sosa, Tony outright refuses to kill any innocent people. This trait becomes his undoing in the film as it marks Tony's declaration of war against Sosa's cartel after he kills Sosa's hitman when he reaches for the detonator. Additionally, Tony's a very amiable character when approaching children, as evident when he's in the pool with Manny when the latter tries to flirt a lady by the poolside with hilarious results.
Tony also has a repentant side as well, as shown in the video game when he grieves for Manny and Gina and regrets his blunders that led to their deaths. He also shows compassion and possesses a few moral boundaries, such as his refusal to kill innocent people. This is evident in the game when he refuses to open fire at any civilian in the vicinity (the game also has the mechanic where Tony rebukes at the player should he/she force Tony to try to fire, though Area of Effect weapons like the M-79 and Rocket Launcher are different). This is a huge contrast to Sosa's ruthlessness when he justifies the deaths of the kids at the end of the game when Tony confronted Sosa about the botched assassination attempt in the game's climax.
In the beginning of the game it can be seen he is somewhat of a bully, and bullies almost every single person he meets (exception can be his henchmen or some ladies) going as far as threatening that he will kill them ("Maybe I should kill you now, It'll save me the trouble later"). However, he is still unable to kill citizens despite the quote. He also shows some traits of narcissism or egomania, at least at the beginning of the game. He admires his good looks at a mirror in Babylon Club and usually refers to himself in third person when in a shoot-out or during a conversation. He keeps these traits even at the end of the game, which means he does indeed have a large ego.
Tony Montana: I always tell the truth. Even when I lie.
Tony Montana: I kill a communist for fun, but for a green card... I'm gonna carve him up real nice.
Tony Montana: What you lookin' at? You all a bunch of fuckin' assholes. You know why? You don't have the guts to be what you wanna be? You need people like me. You need people like me so you can point your fuckin' fingers and say, "That's the bad guy." So... what that make you? Good? You're not good. You just know how to hide, how to lie. Me, I don't have that problem. Me, I always tell the truth. Even when I lie. So say good night to the bad guy! Come on. The last time you gonna see a bad guy like this again, let me tell you. Come on. Make way for the bad guy. There's a bad guy comin' through! Better get outta his way!
Tony Montana: You know what? Fuck you! How about that?
Tony Montana: You know what your problem is? Elvira Hancock: What's that? Tony Montana: You don't got nothing to do with your life. Why don't you get a job? Work with lepers. Blind kids. Anything's gotta be better than lying around all day waiting for me to fuck you. Elvira Hancock: Don't toot your horn, honey. You're not that good.
Tony Montana: [to Sosa's assassins] I'm Tony Montana! You fuck with me, you fuckin' with the best!
Tony Montana: You wanna fuck with me? Okay. You wanna play rough? Okay. Say hello to my little friend! [Tony shoots]
Frank Lopez: Hey, Tony. Remember when I told you when you first started working for me, the guys that last in this business, are the guys who fly straight. Low-key, quiet. But the guys who want it all, chicas, champagne, flash... they don't last. Tony Montana: [scoffs] You finished? Can I go? Frank Lopez: Yes, I'm finished. [Tony exits, shrugging with indifference]
Tony Montana: In this country, you gotta make the money first. Then when you get the money, you get the power. Then when you get the power, then you get the women.
Hector the Toad: You want to give me the cash, or do I kill your brother first, before I kill you? Tony Montana: Why don't you try sticking your head up your ass? See if it fits.
Tony Montana: Who put this thing together? Me, that's who! Who do I trust? Me!
Immigration Officer #1: What about homosexuality, Tony? You like men, huh? You like to dress up like a woman? Tony Montana: What the fuck is wrong with this guy, man? He kidding me or what? Immigration Officer #2: Just answer the questions, Tony! Tony Montana: Okay. No. Okay? Fuck no!
Tony Montana: I never fucked anybody over in my life didn't have it coming to them. You got that? All I have in this world is my balls and my word and I don't break them for no one. Do you understand? That piece of shit up there, I never liked him, I never trusted him. For all I know he had me set up and had my friend Angel Fernandez killed. But that's history. I'm here, he's not. Do you wanna go on with me, you say it. You don't, then you make a move.
Tony Montana: Me, I want what's coming to me. Manny: Oh, well what's coming to you? Tony Montana: The world, chico, and everything in it.
Tony Montana: You know what capitalism is? Getting fucked!
Tony Montana: This is paradise, I'm tellin' ya. This town like a great big pussy just waiting to get fucked.
Immigration Officer #3: Where'd you get the beauty scar, tough guy? Eatin' pussy? Tony Montana: How'm I gonna get a scar like that eating pussy? [Tony smiles] Tony Montana: This was when I was a kid, ya know? Immigration Officer #3: Mm-hmm. Tony Montana: You should see the other kid. You can't recognize him. Immigration Officer #3: [forcing Tony to show a tattoo on his hand] And this? Tony Montana: Oh, that's nothing, man. That's for my sweetheart. Immigration Officer #3: Sweetheart, my ass! We've been seein' more and more of these. Some kind of code these guys used in the can. Pitchfork means an assassin or somethin'. You wanna tell us about it, Montana, or do you wanna take a little trip to the detention center? Tony Montana: [pause] Okay, you got me. I was in the can one time. For buying dollars. Big, big deal. Immigration Officer #3: That's pretty funny, Tony. Tony Montana: Well, that's true. It was a Canadian tourist. Immigration Officer #3: Hmm. What'd ya do? Mug him first?
Omar: Watch my back. Tony Montana: Better than your front, lemme tell you. Much easier to watch.
Tony Montana: Hey baby what is your problem? Huh, you got a problem? You're good looking, you got a beautiful body, beautiful legs, beautiful face, all these guys in love with you. Only you got a look in your eye like you haven't been fucked in a year! Elvira: Hey, Jose. Who, why, when, and how I fuck is none of your business, okay?
Tony Montana: I got ears, ya know. I hear things. Frank Lopez: Yeah? What do you hear about Echevierra and the Diaz brothers? What about them? What about Gaspar Gomez? What is he gonna do when you start moving 2000 keys? Tony Montana: Fuck Gaspar Gomez! And fuck the fuckin' Diaz brothers! Fuck 'em all! I bury those cockroaches!
Immigration Officer #1: Okay, so what do you call yourself? ¿Cómo se llama? Tony Montana: Antonio Montana. And you, what you call yourself? Immigration Officer #2: Where'd you learn to speak the English, Tony? Tony Montana: Uh, in a school. And my father, he was, uh, from the United States. Just like you, ya know? He was a Yankee. Uh, he used to take me a lot to the movies. I learn. I watch the guys like Humphrey Bogart, James Cagney. They, they teach me to talk. I like those guys. I always know one day I'm comin' here, United States.
Tony Montana: You wanna waste my time? Okay. I call my lawyer. He's the best lawyer in Miami. He's such a good lawyer, that by tomorrow morning, you gonna be working in Alaska. So dress warm.
Tony Montana: [watching news on TV] I know that. But you know why, Vic? 'Cause you got your head up your culo. That's why that fucking guy never tells the truth. That motherfucker!
Tony Montana: [during the final shootout with Sosa's assassins] You think you can take me? You need a fucking army if you gonna take me!
Tony Montana: Is this it? That's what it's all about, Manny? Eating, drinking, fucking, sucking? Snorting? Then what? You're 50. You got a bag for a belly. You got tits, you need a bra. They got hair on them. You got a liver, they got spots on it, and you're eating this fuckin' shit, looking like these rich fucking mummies in here... Look at that. A junkie. I got a fuckin' junkie for a wife. She don't eat nothing. Sleeps all day with them black shades on. Wakes up with a Quaalude, and who won't fuck me 'cause she's in a coma. I can't even have a kid with her, Manny. Her womb is so polluted, I can't even have a fuckin' little baby with her!
Tony Montana: Bet you feel good, huh? Bet you feel good to kill a mother and her kids, huh, bet you feel *big*... Alberto The Shadow: Shut your mouth! Tony Montana: ...Like, you big man. Well fuck you. What do you think I am? You think I'd kill two kids and a woman? Fuck that! I don't need that shit in my life. [Alberto reaches for detonator's button] Tony Montana: You die motherfucker! [Tony shoots him in the head] Tony Montana: What you think I am, huh? What you think, I'm a fucking worm like you? I told you, man, I told you! Don't fuck with me! I told you, no fucking kids! No, but you wouldn't listen, why, you stupid fuck, look at you now.
Alejandro Sosa: Tony what happened? Tony Montana: Aww, Alex, we had some problems you know, your man he wouldn't listen to me so I had to cancel his fucking contract.
Tony Montana: You wanna waste my time, OK? You wanna play rough?
Frank Lopez: Tony, don't kill me, please! Tony Montana: I ain't gonna kill you. Frank Lopez: Oh Christ, thank you! Thank you! Tony Montana: [Tony looks at Manny] Manolo, shoot that piece of shit!
Tony Montana: NOW you're talking to me, Baby. Elvira: Don't call me "Baby". I'm not your "Baby".
Tony Montana: I didn't come to the United States to break my fucking back.
Tony Montana: Now you're talking to me baby! That I like! Keep it coming!
Tony Montana: Another Quaalude, and she'll be mine again.
Elvira: You know what you're becoming, Tony? You're an immigrant spick millionaire, who can't stop talking about money... Tony Montana: Who the fuck you calling a spick, mang? You white piece of bread. Get outta the way of the television.
Tony Montana: The only thing in this world that gives orders... is balls.
Tony Montana: [watching flamingos on TV] Manny, look at the pelican fly. Come on, pelican!
Tony Montana: Every dog has his day, huh, Mel? Bernstein: I told him. It didn't make any sense, clipping you when we had you working for us. He wouldn't listen. He got hot tonight, about the broad, you know? Bernstein: He fucked up. Tony Montana: You too, Mel. You fucked up. Bernstein: Don't go too far, Tony. Tony Montana: I not, Mel, you are. [Tony shoots Bernstein in the gut, he gasps and groans] Bernstein: Fuck. You can't shoot a cop! Tony Montana: Whoever says you was one? Bernstein: [Tony leans forward, aiming the gun at Bernstein] Wait a minute! You let me go. I'll fix this up. Tony Montana: Sure, Mel. Maybe you can hand out yourself one of them first class tickets to the Resurrection. Bernstein: Fucking punk. Son of a bitch. Tony Montana: [Tony stands up] So long, Mel, have a good trip. Bernstein: Fuck you!
Tony Montana: Would you kiss me if I wear the hat? Elvira: No.
Tony Montana: Look at that: a junkie... I got a junkie for a wife... Her womb is so polluted... I can't even have a fucking little baby with her! Manolo Ray: C'mon Tony... Elvira Hancock: You son of a bitch!... you fuck!... [throws wine in Tony's face] Elvira Hancock: *How dare you talk to me like that!* What makes you so much better than me? What do you do? Kill people? Deal your drugs? Real contribution to human history Tony! What makes you think you can be a father? You don't even know how to be a good husband!
Omar Suarez: What's with this dishwasher, chico? [laughing] Omar Suarez: Don't he think we could've got some other space cadet to hit Rebenga cheaper, too? Fifty bucks. Tony Montana: Then why didn't you? And don't be callin' me no fuckin' dishwasher, or I'll kick you fuckin' monkey ass!
Tony Montana: Hey, Frank, you're a piece of shit. Frank Lopez: What are you talking about? Tony Montana: You know what I'm taking about about, you fucking cockroach.
Frank Lopez: You know what a chazzer is? Tony Montana: No, Frank, you tell me. What is a chazzer? Frank Lopez: It's a Yiddish word for "pig." See, the guy, he wants more than what he needs. He don't fly straight no more.
Tony Montana: Hey, how'd you like that? Huh? You fuckin' maricón! Hey!
Tony Montana: [turning to Bernstein] Every dog has his day.
Elvira Hancock: Can't you see what we're becoming, Tony? We're losers. We're not winners, we're losers. Tony Montana: Go home. You stoned. Elvira Hancock: I'm not stoned. You're stoned.
Manny: ¡Ay, Dios mío! ¡Mira eso! Look at that one. That one right there in the pink. She's beautiful, man. Look at those titties. Tony Montana: Look at that punk with her. What's he got that I don't have? Manny: [smiling] Well, he's very handsome, for one thing, you know? [chuckles] Manny: I mean, look at the way he dresses, man. Come on. That's style. Flash, pizzazz. And a little coke money doesn't hurt nobody. Tony Montana: [staring his hands] ¡Coño! Look at this. Fuckin' onions. They oughta be pickin' gold from the street. ¡Ay, cabrón!
Tony Montana: [after coldly disposing of Frank Lopez and Mel Berstein] OK, come on. Manny: What about Ernie? [Lopez's assistant] Manny: [very tense music builds, shot of Ernie sweating and fidgeting, then slow zoom shot of Tony and Manny looking at Ernie. Tense music stops] You want a job, Ernie? Ernie: [Ernie breathes a huge sigh of relief] Sure, Tony.
Tony Montana: [to Manny] You should have kept your mouth shut, they'd have thought you was a horse and let you out.
Omar: We are just going to do one deal and that's it! Tony Montana: Ok... fuck you. How's that? Omar: Fuck you. Tony Montana: Fuck You!
Tony Montana: What about that job we did for you in Freedom Town? The Rebenga hit... What was that? A game of dominoes, mang?
Hector the Toad: [after killing Angel with the chainsaw] Last chance, pendejo! Tony Montana: Fuck you! [spits at Hector]
Tony Montana: What you tell 'em? Manolo Ray: I told 'em what you told me to tell 'em, I told 'em I was in sanitation, they didn't go for it. Tony Montana: Sanitation? I told you to tell 'em that you was in a sanitarium, not sanitation, sanitarium.
Immigration Officer #2: So where's your old man now? Tony Montana: He dead. He die. Sometime. Somewhere. Immigration Officer #2: Mother? Tony Montana: She dead too. Immigration Officer #1: What kind of work you do in Cuba, Tony? Tony Montana: Ah, you know, things. I was, uh - This, that. Construction business. I work a lot with my hands. I was in the army. Immigration Officer #1: Any family in the States, Tony? Any cousins, brother-in-law, anybody? Tony Montana: Nobody. Everybody's dead. Immigration Officer #1: You ever been to jail, Tony? Tony Montana: Me? Jail? No way. No. Immigration Officer #1: Been in a mental hospital? Tony Montana: Oh, yeah. On the boat coming over.
Tony Montana: Chi Chi, get the yeyo.
[Tony is playing basketball with a group of friends] Manny: ¡Tony! ¡Montana! ¡Tony Montana! Ven acá, man. Come here. Tony Montana: ¿Qué te pasa? [What's wrong with you?] Manny: Come here, man. I gotta talk to you. Come on, man. It's important. Tony Montana: So close, man. Manny: Come on. Come on, man. I gotta talk to you. Angel: [to Tony] Where are you going, man? Manny: [to Angel] Leave him alone, okay? Tony Montana: [to Angel] I got better things to do. Angel: [to Tony] You're chicken, man. You almost made it. [Tony and Manny walk away] Manny: Are you ready for some good news? Tony Montana: Sure. What you got, man? Manny: We can be outta this place in 30 days. Not only that, but we got a green card and a job in Miami. Now are we made or are we made, man? Tony Montana: What do we gotta do? Go to Cuba and hit the beard or what? Manny: No, man, somebody else. Tony Montana: You're kidding? Manny: No. Tony Montana: You're not kidding? [Manny smiles] Manny: Guy named Rebenga, man. Emilio Rebenga. Tony Montana: Rebenga? Coño, man. I know that name. Manny: Yeah? Tony Montana: He's political. Manny: Yeah. Well, he's coming in here today, man. Castro just sprung him. This guy, man, was one of the top dogs for Fidel in the early days. But Castro felt like he couldn't trust him anymore and threw him in jail. But while he was on top, he tortured a few guys to death. And one of the guy's brother is a rich guy in Miami now, and he wants the favor repaid. That's where we come in.
Tony Montana: You a communist? Huh? How'd you like it, man? They tell you all the time what to do, what to think, what to feel. Do you wanna be like a sheep? Like all those other people? Baah! Baah! Immigration Officer #3: I don't have to listen to this bullshit! Tony Montana: You wanna work eight, ten fucking hours? You own nothing, you got nothing! Do you want a chivato on every corner looking after you? Watching everything you do? Everything you say, man? Do you know I eat octopus three times a day? I got fucking octopus coming out of my fucking ears. I got the fuckin' Russian shoes my feet's comin' through. How you like that? What, you want me to stay there and do nothing? Hey, I'm no fuckin' criminal, man. I'm no puta or thief. I'm Tony Montana, a political prisoner from Cuba. And I want my fuckin' human rights, now! [slams desk] Tony Montana: Just like the President Jimmy Carter says. Okay? Immigration Officer #1: Carter should see this human right. He's really good. What do you say, Harry? Immigration Officer #3: I don't believe a word of this shit! They all sound the same to me. That son of a bitch Castro is shittin' all over us. Send this bastard to Freedom Town. Let them take a look at him. Get him outta here. Tony Montana: You know somethin'? You can send me anywhere. Here, there, this, that; it don't matter. There's nothing you can do to me that Castro has not done. Immigration Officer #3: Get him outta here!
Hector the Toad: So, you got the money? Tony Montana: Yep. You got the stuff? Hector the Toad: Sure I have the stuff. I don't have it with me here right now. I have it close by. Tony Montana: Oh... well I don't have the money either. I have it close by too. Hector the Toad: Where? Down in your car? Tony Montana: [lying] Uh... no. Not in the car. Hector the Toad: No? Tony Montana: What about you? Where do you keep your stuff? Hector the Toad: Not far. Tony Montana: I ain't getting the money unless I see the stuff first. Hector the Toad: No, no. First the money, then the stuff. Tony Montana: [after a long tense pause] Okay. You want me to come in and we start over again? Hector the Toad: [changing the subject] Where are you from, Tony? Tony Montana: [getting angry and supicious] What the fuck difference does that make on where I'm from? Hector the Toad: Coño, Tony! I'm just asking just so I know who I'm doing business with. Tony Montana: Well, you can know about me when you stop fucking around and start doing business with me, Hector!
Tony Montana: Okay, here's the story. I come from the gutter. I know that. I got no education... but that's okay. I know the street, and I'm making all the right connections. With the right woman, there's no stopping me. I could go right to the top.
Tony Montana: [Referring to a news program on legalizing cocaine to control organized crime] Somebody oughta do something about those... those whores.
Tony Montana: Okay Sosa; You wanna fuck with me? You fucking with the best! You wanna fuck with me? Okay. You little cockroaches... come on. You wanna play games? Okay, I play with you; come on. Okay. You wanna play rough? Okay. Say hello to my little friend!
Tony Montana: The World Is Yours!
Omar: Alright! Alright, big man? You wanna make some big bucks? Lets see how tough you are. Do you know something 'bout cocaine? Tony Montana: You kidding me or what? Omar: There's a bunch of Colombians coming in Friday. New guys. They say they have two keys for us, for openers. Pure coke. Hotel in Miami Beach. I want you go over there. If it's what they say it is, you pay 'em and bring it back. You do that, you get 5 grand! Manny: [to Tony] Go, pay, bring it back, yeah? Omar: You know how to handle a machine gun? Manny: Yeah man. We're in the army in Cuba Omar: You'll need a couple of other guys. Manny: That's no problem, man. Omar: Be at Hector's Bodega at noon Friday. You get the buy money then. And chico! If anything happens to that buy money, y pobreci! My boss is gonna stick your heads up your asses faster than a rabbit gets fucked! [Throws toothpick] Tony Montana: I'm scared!
Tony Montana: Look at that... that cable truck there. Since when does it take three days to hook up cable? Manny: What, you've been watching it for three days? Tony Montana: The fuckin' thing has been there for three days! What am I gonna do? Not look at it?
Tony Montana: You do so much of that shit, you know? Elvira Hancock: Nothing exceeds like excess. You should know that, Tony. Tony Montana: I should know what? *What should I know?* Why do you have to talk to me like that all the time? Like I gotta know something.
Manny: Don't fucking go crazy on me, okay? Just remember, this time last year we were in a fucking cage. Tony Montana: You remember. I like to forget that.
Mama Montana: Son? I wish I had one! He's a bum! He was a bum then and he's a bum now! Who do you think you are, hm? We haven't heard a word from you in five years. Cinco anos. You suddenly show up here and you throw money at us? You think you can *buy* me with your money? Tony Montana: Come on, mama. Mama Montana: You think you can come in here with your hot-shot clothes and make fun of us? Tony Montana: Mama, you don't know what you're talking about. Mama Montana: No that is NOT the way I am, Antonio! That is *not* the way I raised Gina to be. You are not going to destroy her. I don't need your money. Gracias! I work for my living. *I don't want you in this house anymore!* I don't want you around Gina! So come on, get out! And take this lousy money with you! It stinks!
[last lines] Tony Montana: Go ahead! I take your fucking bullets! You think you kill me with bullets? I take your fucking bullets! Go ahead!
Tony Montana: That prick. Fucking WASP whore. Thinking I'm some marìcon coming off a banana boat.
Elvira Hancock: [getting into his car] What would Frank say? Tony Montana: I like Frank, you know. Only I like you better.
Jerry The Banker: [concluding negotiation] Hey Tony, how's married life treating you? Tony Montana: Better than you are.
Tony Montana: I work hard for this. I want you to know that. Elvira Hancock: It's too bad. Somebody shouldv'e given it to you. You wouldv'e been a nicer person.
Tony Montana: Your guy Alberto... you know he's a piece of shit. I told him to do something he didn't listen to me, so I had to cancel his fucking contract. Alejandro Sosa: My partners and I are pissed off Tony. Tony Montana: That's okay, no big deal. We do it next month. Alejandro Sosa: No, Tony you can't do that. They found what was under the car, Tony! Now, our friend has got security up the ass! And the heat is gonna come down hard on my partners and me. There's not gonna be a next time you fucking dumb Cuban... you cocksucker! You blew it! Tony Montana: Hey! Take it easy when to talk to me, okay? Alejandro Sosa: I told you... I told you a long time ago, you fucking little monkey, not to fuck me! Tony Montana: [strung out] Hey, hey! Who the fuck you think you're talking to huh? You wanna fuck with me? Who the fuck you think I am? Your fucking bellboy? Come on! Bring it! You wanna go to war? We take you to war! Okay?
Tony Montana: You know what your problem is, pussycat? Elvira Hancock: What is my problem, Tony? Tony Montana: You got nothing to do with your life, man. Why don't you get a job? Do something, be a nurse. Work with blind kids, lepurs, that kind of thing. Anything beats you waiting around all day, waiting for me to fuck you, I'll tell you that. Elvira Hancock: Don't toot your horn, honey, you're not that good. Tony Montana: Oh yeah? Frank was better huh? Elvira Hancock: You're an asshole. Tony Montana: Where are you going? COME HERE! Coño, HEY! ELVY! I was kidding. I WAS ONLY KIDDING!
[Tony is on a payphone describing the botched drug deal involving Hector the Toad] Tony Montana: [into the phone] Yeah, it was a setup. Bunch of cowboys. Somebody fucked up somewhere. Fuckin' Columbians. They never wanted to make the sale. They only wanted to steal the money. Omar: [voice] All right, I'll look into it right away. I'll make some inquiries and find out what happened. Tony Montana: Yeah, you do that, Omar! You do that. Omar: [voice] Do you still have the buy money? Tony Montana: Yeah. And... I got the yalo too. Omar: [voice] Wh-what? You got the yalo? Tony Montana: Yeah, I got it. Right. Omar: [voice] Bring it here to my place in one hour. Come alone. Tony Montana: Fuck you! I'm taking the stuff to your boss, Lopez, myself. Not you. Me!
Manolo Ray: [referring to possible 3-5 years jail time] Hey, come on, man, it ain't that bad. Tony Montana: Hey, what the fuck you talkin', man? Manolo Ray: The jails in this country are like hotels, man. Tony Montana: You fuckin' kiddin' me, man? Are you fuckin' high, man?
Tony Montana: [TV Edit Version] This town's like a great big chicken just waiting to be plucked.
Tony Montana: The fuckin' country was built on washing money.
Scarface: The World Is Yours (2006) (VG) Edit
Tony Montana: [after being hit by another car] Hey man! You'd better have insurance. Life insurance
Tony Montana: [after hitting a pedestrian whilst in a car] Ho! Look at his fucking shoes. Ooh! his fucking shoes came off!
Tony Montana: [after hitting a car] Now you gotta pay, man! And my deductible... is twenty grand!
Tony Montana: [after running down a pedestrian] Goddammit, man... the streets are for cars!
Tony Montana: You look like you haven't been fucked in a year.
Tony Montana: [after hitting a pedestrian] What are you trying to do, suicide by Tony?
Tony Montana:[intimidating a driver] The car, chico, and everything in it.
Alejandro Sosa: So how is this going to work, Tony? How do we solve our problem?
Tony Montana: You're going to die, Alex, for everything you've done in your entire life.
Alejandro Sosa: [laughs] What about what you did? I told you not to fuck me, and you did, Tony.
Tony Montana: There were kids in the fucking car, Alex! Innocent kids! What kind of animals do you got working for you, huh?
Alejandro Sosa: I want to clear something up with you before I kill you. When you move 400 kilos a month, it is imperative that you do kill children. That way heroes don't get confused and go on 60 Minutes. They instead crawl back into the holes they came from.
Tony Montana: Hey Sosa, maybe it's time for you to make that call, huh?
Tony Montana: The last guy who tried to fuck me over didn't do so good. Are you gonna try to fuck me?
Tony Montana: You fucking scratched my car, you piece of shit!
Tony Montana: If my car's fucked up, you better have a will.
[after hitting a pedestrian]
Tony Montana: You're like flies on the windshield!
[After hitting a pedestrian]
Tony Montana: Watch where are you going, get the fuck out of my way!
Tony Montana: I wish Manny were here. I miss you Manolo, i fucked up.
[after hitting a pedestrian]
Tony Montana: Where's your seeing eye dog? Oh, I hit him, too?
Tony Montana:Gina? I love you, Gina, you're my guardian angel now. Take care of me, baby.
vice officer: [as Tony is leaving the Babylon Club] Hey, Montana, what's that all over your face?
Tony Montana: Your wife's pussy.
Behind the scenesEdit
- Tony Montana was portrayed by Al Pacino in the 1983's Scarface and voiced by André Sogliuzzo in Scarface - The World is Yours.
- Before Al Pacino was cast in the role of Tony, many other actors auditioned for the role, like Robert De Niro.
- Tony is only ever called "Scar Face" once. Hector referred to him as "Cara Cicatriz" which is Spanish for "Scar Face."
- During the early development of Scarface - The World is Yours, Al Pacino was supposed to reprise his role as Montana. However, although he let the producers to adapt his likeness, he didn't voice the character, because of the physcial demands it would require to do the voice again, but he selected André Sogliuzzo to voice it.
- In 2001, Cuban American rapper Cuban Link and Brian De Palma started the development of a Scarface sequel entitled Son of Tony, in which Tony Montana's son was going to try to reestablish the criminal empire of his father. It's unknown if Montana's foes like Alejandro Sosa, Gaspar Gomez or the Diaz Brothers would have returned in the sequel. However, the project was cancelled and the film never released.
- Tony Montana served as the inspiration for the character Tommy Vercetti of the 2002 video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. Their first nicknames were similar, the two worked for a Spanish speaker drug lord and were finally attacked in their mansions by their enemies. However, as Alejandro Sosa stayed in Bolivia, Tony only killed his henchmen and was killed in the process while Vercetti survives along his men and finish with the lifes of his archnemesis Sony Forelli (because he went to to the mansion to help his henchmen to kill him) and his henchmen.
- In 2008, Montana was named the 27th greatest movie character by Empire Magazine.
- Oliver Stone came up with the name by combining the last name of his then-favorite football player (Joe Montana) and the first name from the main character of the 1932's Scarface, played by Paul Muni.
- Since the release of the film, Tony's quote: "Say hello to my little friend" has become one of the most famous movie lines of all time, being used or parodied many times:
- Hitman: Codename 47, the first game of the popular Hitman series, features a character named Pablo Belisario Ochoa. He is almost entirely based on Tony Montana, having similar appearance and even saying "Hello to my little friend" upon the first encounter with him. Pablo is a Colombian druglord who resides deep in the jungle, protected by his small army and is very strong. Even headshoots won't kill him.
- Carlos Mencia did a "sketch" on his show Mind of Mencia where a man was inserted into a video game and, from there, entered other video games. The man was repeatedly shanked by a Carlos cameo, in the online games, for points, and was killed by Tony Montana via Tony challenging him to a coke-sniffing contest and shoving his head into a huge pile of it. He sniffed so much his head grew and eventually exploded. Tony said many lines from the movie.
- The Lonely Island did a music video entitled "Jack Sparrow" in which the ending features Michael Bolton as Tony Montana in the climatic shootout scene and snorting cocaine.
- Tee shirts from various manufactures have appeared in the US and other countries, citing "The Rules" according the Tony Montana.
- Tony's refusal to kill innocent civilians, carries over to the game, contrary to many other sandbox games of the type, such as Grand Theft Auto, which allow players to go on massive rampages/killing sprees. Tony will refuse to pull the trigger if he aims at civilians, berating the player that he is above killing innocents, also while driving, Tony cannot kill pedestrians, even if they are hit at top speed, they will get up without any sign of injury.
- The latter can lead to humorous examples of him insulting people he has ran over.
- Tony Montana appears as a guest heister called 'Scarface' in Payday 2.