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'''Uncle Leone''' is the elderly and hunched [[Sicilian Mafia]] [[Boss|head]] who is only featured once after the [[The Sicilian Gambit|final mission]] of the [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]. It is revealed that he was backing [[Massimo Torini|Massimo Torini's]] bid to take over [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]], but admits defeat at the end of the game and decides to return to Sicily in peace. [[Salvatore Leone|Salvatore]] insults him behind his back, stating that he can't be trusted, to which Uncle Leone replies "Every dog has his day", a phrase uttered by Tony Montana in both the Scarface film and Scarface: The World is Yours video game. This warning indeed comes to pass in [[Grand Theft Auto III]], as Salvatore is [[Sayonara Salvatore|killed]] by [[Claude]], a man whom he [[Last Requests|betrays]]. He is based off of Uncle Junior from ''The Sopranos''.
 
'''Uncle Leone''' is the elderly and hunched [[Sicilian Mafia]] [[Boss|head]] who is only featured once after the [[The Sicilian Gambit|final mission]] of the [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]. It is revealed that he was backing [[Massimo Torini|Massimo Torini's]] bid to take over [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]], but admits defeat at the end of the game and decides to return to Sicily in peace. [[Salvatore Leone|Salvatore]] insults him behind his back, stating that he can't be trusted, to which Uncle Leone replies "Every dog has his day", a phrase uttered by Tony Montana in both the Scarface film and Scarface: The World is Yours video game. This warning indeed comes to pass in [[Grand Theft Auto III]], as Salvatore is [[Sayonara Salvatore|killed]] by [[Claude]], a man whom he [[Last Requests|betrays]]. He is based off of Uncle Junior from ''The Sopranos''.
  
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;GTA Liberty City Stories
 
*[[The Sicilian Gambit]]
 
*[[The Sicilian Gambit]]
  
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{{GTA Liberty City Stories Characters}}
 
{{GTA Liberty City Stories Characters}}
 
[[Category:Characters|Leone, Uncle]]
 
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[[Category:Gangsters|Leone, Uncle]]
 
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Revision as of 22:53, 31 March 2013

[[Image::File:UncleLeone-GTALCS.jpg|right|thumb|Uncle Leone]] Uncle Leone is the elderly and hunched Sicilian Mafia head who is only featured once after the final mission of the Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. It is revealed that he was backing Massimo Torini's bid to take over Liberty City, but admits defeat at the end of the game and decides to return to Sicily in peace. Salvatore insults him behind his back, stating that he can't be trusted, to which Uncle Leone replies "Every dog has his day", a phrase uttered by Tony Montana in both the Scarface film and Scarface: The World is Yours video game. This warning indeed comes to pass in Grand Theft Auto III, as Salvatore is killed by Claude, a man whom he betrays. He is based off of Uncle Junior from The Sopranos.

Mission appearance

GTA Liberty City Stories