David "Noodles" Aaronson

David "Noodles" Aaronson is a fictional character featured as the protagonist of the 1952 novel The Hoods by Harry Grey, and later in the book's film adaptation, Once Upon A Time In America, where in the film he was portrayed by Robert De Niro.

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... They cook jajangmyeon noodles as a team, with Linguine twisting the noodles, Uncle Dumpling chopping up the vegetables, and Ho igniting the dishes with his bare hands ... They hold their noodles in very high regard, and possess a culinary honor system ... A transition shows them making noodles for Pucca with "Pucca" written in vegetables ...

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