Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven
Compositional form: Symphony
Key: C major
First performance: Burgtheater
Release date: Apr 03, 1968 (United States)
Director: Stanley Kubrick
Gross revenue: $190.70 million USD
Story by: Stanley Kubrick · Arthur C. Clarke
Awards: Academy Award for Best Visual Effects · Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation · BAFTA Award for Best Sound · BAFTA Award for Best Art Direction · Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award for Best Director
Lived: Oct 27, 1940 – Jun 10, 2002 (age 61)
Height: 5′ 10″ (1.78 m)
Spouse: Victoria DiGiorgio (m. 1962 – 2002)
Children: Victoria Gotti (Daughter) · John A. Gotti (Son) · Frank Gotti (Son) · Peter Gotti, Jr. (Son) · Angel Gotti (Daughter)
Siblings: Peter Gotti (Brother) · Gene Gotti (Brother) · Richard V. Gotti (Brother) · Vincent Gotti (Brother)
Parents: John Joseph Gotti, Sr. (Father) · Philomena GottiHighlights
- 1962: John Gotti married Victoria DiGiorgio on March 06, 1962.
- 1985: After Dellacroce died of cancer on December 2, 1985, Castellano revised his succession plan: appointing Bilotti as underboss to Thomas Gambino as the sole acting boss, while making plans to break up Gotti’s crew.
- 1986: He was formally acclaimed as the new boss of the Gambino family at a meeting of 20 capos held on January 15, 1986.
- 1990: On December 11, 1990, FBI agents and New York City detectives raided the Ravenite Social Club, arresting Gotti, Gravano and Frank Locascio.
- 1991: In 1991, Gravano agreed to turn state’s evidence and testify for the prosecution against Gotti after hearing Gotti on wiretap making several disparaging remarks about Gravano that implicated them both in several murders.
- 2002: Gotti died of throat cancer on June 10, 2002, at the United States Medical Center for Federal Prisoners in Springfield, Missouri.