Al Pacino - Pacino Burned On Scarface Set

Al Pacino was left badly burned after he grabbed the barrel of a newly-fired gun while shooting gangster classic Scarface.
The Oscar-winning star, who played iconic character Tony Montana in the 1983 thriller, placed his hands on the burning hot barrel forgetting that 30 rounds had just been shot from it.
The 71-year-old actor tells Press Association, "My hand stuck to that sucker."
And the injury was so severe, Pacino couldn't shoot scenes for the movie for two weeks after the incident.


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