|Behind the scenes|
|Portrayed by||Joe Paulino (voice)|
- "That should teach that no good neighbour of mine! And since you appear to be such a nice guy, I'll give you some money every week."
- ―Boutros Arnold[src]
Boutros Arnold was the owner of Arnold's Famous 47 and one of the most famous chain of eateries and the last of its restaurant Arnold's Famous 47.
Of Greek descent, Boutros Arnold managed to establish a magnificent and famous chain of eateries in New York and since then the franchise had died because of the hard time and the only remaining restaurant left was Arnold's Famous 47.
He was under the thumb of Stracci associate John Pavarotti until 1948, when he began paying up to Aldo Trapani, largely due to Trapani's sabotage of Arnold's next door-neighbour who had been placing crates in his alley preventing deliveries to and from Famous 47.
Behind the scenesEdit
- He was portrayed by Joe Paulino.
- His name is derived from a nickname given to Development Manager Dave Arnold-Fernandez by creative director Philip Campbell due to his hyphenated name (a riff on Boutros-Boutros Ghali).