Falcone may refer to:

People with the surname Falcone:

  • Aniello Falcone (1600-1665), Italian painter
  • Don Falcone (b. 1958), American musician
  • Giovanni Falcone (1939-1992), Italian judge killed by the Mafia
  • Giulio Falcone (b. 1974), Italian footballer
  • Leonard Falcone (1899-1985), baritone horn/euphonium virtuoso
  • Luigi Falcone, Italian footballer
  • Pete Falcone (b. 1953), American baseball player
  • Philip Falcone, an American businessman
  • Pierre Falcone, French businessman
  • Tom Falcone, drummer of the band Cute Is What We Aim For

Fictional characters:

  • Alberto Falcone, a DC comics character, son of Carmine Falcone in the Batman universe
  • Carmine Falcone, a DC comics character, a fictional mob boss in the Batman universe, father of Alberto Falcone and Mario Falcone
  • Mateo Falcone, the main protagonist of a short story by Prosper Mérimée, later an opera of the same name
  • Carlo Falcone, the don of the Falcone crime family in the video game Mafia 2

In airports:

  • Falcone-Borsellino Airport, alternate name of the Palermo Airport (Italy), after Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino

In geography:

  • Falcone, Sicily, a city in the Province of Messina, Sicily

In music:

  • Leonard Falcone International Tuba and Euphonium Festival, amateur festival held at the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp at Twin Lake, Michigan, United States
  • Mateo Falcone, a 1906-1907 opera by César Cui

In television:

  • Falcone (TV series), a short-lived 2000 TV series addressing the experiences of FBI undercover agent, Joseph D. Pistone, whose story was also told in the film Donnie Brasco

Other articles related to "falcone":

Giulio Falcone
... Giulio Falcone (born 31 May 1974) is an Italian footballer ... Falcone made his Italy national team debut with Sampdoria teammates Christian Terlizzi, Gennaro Delvecchio, and Angelo Palombo in a 2-0 loss to Croatia in Livorno, on August 16, 2006 ...
Leonardo Messina - The Mafia Betrayed
... they killed Lima and in May Mafia killers blew up Giovanni Falcone, his wife, and three bodyguards ... In July, a second car bomb killed Falcone's colleague and close friend Paolo Borsellino, along with five bodyguards ... "As for the killings of Falcone and Borsellino, without a doubt the result of the Maxi Trial played a determining role, " Messina said ...
Chicago 1930 - Main Characters
... Don Carmine Falcone The brutal Mafia boss from New York, shows up in Chicago ... Jack Beretto Right-hand man of Don Falcone, Jack is the protagonist of the first chapter ... In second chapter he will help you a little with infos against Falcone, but you will still have to put him behind bars ...
Sebastián Raval
... In Sicily, he again challenged a musician, Achille Falcone, to a contest it was first decided in Falcone's favour but, after some appeals, in Raval's ... After Falcone's death in 1600, Antonio Falcone, father of Achille, published all the process of this musical duel in his "relazione del successo" and took Raval and Falcone's pieces object of this competition to ... This edition of both Falcone and Raval's pieces is available nowadays in modern edition ...

Famous quotes containing the word falcone:

    One usually dies because one is alone, or because one has got into something over one’s head. One often dies because one does not have the right alliances, because one is not given support. In Sicily the Mafia kills the servants of the State that the State has not been able to protect.
    —Giovanni Falcone (1939–1992)