Elvira Hancock was formerly Frank Lopez's beautiful Caucasian girlfriend and later became Tony Montana's wife. Tony nicknames her "Elvie". Elvira was born April 29, 1953 in Baltimore, Maryland. Elvira has German-American heritage. She eventually leaves Montana after a fight at a restaurant towards the end of the film. She is also mentioned in the video game by Sheffield's henchman Pablo to bait Tony into a trap by Sheffield and Sosa. Her exact whereabouts by the end of the film are unknown; after leaving Tony she presumably moved on with her life.
- "NOW you're talking to me, Baby."
- ―Tony to Elvira
- "Don't call me "Baby". I'm not your "Baby""
- ―Elvira answers Tony
- "You know what your problem is? 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."
- ―Tony taunting Elvira
- "Don't toot your horn, honey. You're not that good."
- "Can't you see what we're becoming, Tony? We're losers. We're not winners, we're losers."
- ―Elvira talking about their addiction to Cocaine
- "Can't you stop saying "fuck" all the time?"
- ―Elvira complaing about Tony and Manny swearing all the time
- Tony makes snide remarks during a fight at a restaurant that Elvira is probably infertile due to her drug use, which probably makes sense, since she does not appear to be healthy.
- In the game, Scarface: The World Is Yours, Tony often mentions Elvira, saying phrases such as, "Where is that wife of mine?", "Elvie, where did you go?" and "I wonder where my wife is."
|Characters in Scarface|
Alberto · Alejandro Sosa · Angel Fernández · Antonio Montana · Charles Goodson · Chi-Chi · Diaz Brothers · Echevierra Brothers · Elvira Hancock · Emilio Rebenga · Ernie · Fernando · Fidel Castro · Frank Lopez · Gaspar Gomez · Georfina Montana · George Sheffield · Gina Montana · Hector · Jerry · Lopez Hitmen · Luis · MPD · Manny Ribera · Marta · Mel Bernstein · Miriam · Nacho Contreras · Nick the Pig · Octavio the Clown · Omar Suarez · Seidelbaum · Sosa Troop 2 · The Skull · Waldo Rojas