Scarface, featuring Al Pacino, was a thriller released in the mid-1980s and was a remake of the original film, released in the 1930s. The real-life Scarface, Al Capone, got his scar from a man in a Brooklyn bar. After he offended a woman and refused to apologize, her brother slashed Capone's face with a knife. The wound required 80 stitches. These Scarface posters illustrate the notorious Tony Montana along with scenes from the movie.