Occupation: Hit-man
Gender: Male
Comic Appearances: Family Values
Affiliation(s): Giacco Magliozzi
Vito was the nephew of Giacco Magliozzi and brother of Lucca.

He carried out the hit on mobster Bruno at Poppa's Olympian Palace driving his Ferrarri. After his job was done, he shot an old dog for fun. However this shooting also killed Carmen who was nearby calling Daisy, who heard everything at the end of the other line.

Family Values

The next night, and during the board of directors' meeting, Vito was out with Lucca, Spinelli and Vinnie, when he was notified by Fat Man and Little Boy that Dwight was investigating Bruno's murder at Luigi Pontormo's Bar. Thinking he was an agent of the Kraut, they abducted him and headed for the Projects, but Dwight is more interested in their car, which he claims he will take possession of once they're all dead

Unknown to the hitmen Miho has been following Dwight for protection. On the way, Vito tells his side of the story as to how he killed every living thing he saw, including the stray dog. Dwight is satisfied with this and orders Miho to make her appearance. She kills Spinelli, and pointing at Vito's spine, they are ordered to park in a hilltop rest area, overlooking the Projects. There, Miho toys with Vinnie as Dwight tells Vito to kill his own brother Luca. When Vito pointed his gun at Dwight, Miho threw to him a warning shuriken. Then Vito shot Lucca.

After Miho and Dwight are through, Vito drives them straight to Sacred Oaks to confront Don Magliozzi. While Miho seemed to be sleeping, Vito made for his gun to shoot them both, but Miho showed him that she is aware of everything around her.

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Dwight disarms Vito before the Magliozzi Mansion

Once there, Miho cuts through the guards and Dwight makes his appearance. Vito begged for Don's forgiveness for not being able to stop them and allowing them inside, and the angry Don crushed his glass on Vito's face.

After Dwight told the Don they are all going to die for the accidental death of Carmen, her lesbian lover, Daisy, arrived. Dwight walked away from the Don and his associates. Daisy guns them down as Dwight took possession of Vito's car and drove off into the night.

Sin City
Films Sin City - Sin City: A Dame To Kill For
Main Characters Miho - Dwight McCarthy - Gail - Marv - Ava Lord - Wendy - Goldie - Johnny - John Hartigan - Nancy Callahan - Bob - Mort - Marcie - Sally - Joey Canelli - Becky - The Colonel - Customer - Lucille - Manute - Shellie - Senator Roark - Wallenquist - Dallas - Delia - Wallace
Groups Girls of Old Town - Basin City Police Department - Roark family - Irish mercenaries - Magliozzi Family - The Bikers - Wallenquist Organization
Locations Basin City - Old Town - Sacred Oaks - The Projects - The Pits - Kadie's - The Docks - Mimi's - Farm
Music Sin City (soundtrack) - Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For (soundtrack)
Comics The Hard Goodbye - A Dame To Kill For - The Babe Wore Red and Other Stories - The Big Fat Kill - Silent Night - That Yellow Bastard - Daddy's Little Girl - Lost, Lonely & Lethal - Sex & Violence - Just Another Saturday Night - Family Values - Booze, Broads, & Bullets - Hell And Back
Short Stories And Behind Door Number Three? - The Customer is Always Right - The Babe Wore Red - Fat Man and Little Boy - Blue Eyes - Rats - Wrong Turn - Wrong Track
Original Yarns The Long Bad Night - Nancy's Last Dance
Important Articles Chronology - Fan Art - Sin City - Sin City Comics to Film Differences - The Truce - Yarns
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