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Sylvester Stallone is seen smoking a cigar between takes on the set of Tulsa King in New York City

Sylvester Stallone cut a handsome figure in a tailored black suit and a crisp white dress shirt while filming Paramount+'s mob drama seriesTulsa King.Between takes outside aNew York City brownstone on Monday, the Rocky actor, 75, smoked a cigar while standing with one hand in his pocket.The father-of-five, who stars as mafia capo Dwight 'The General' Manfredi in the upcoming show, appeared in highspirits as he posed for pictures with police officers and signed autographs for fans. Looking sharp! Sylvester Stallone cut a handsome figure in a tailored black suit and a crisp white dress shirt while filming Paramount+'s mob drama series Tulsa KingAt one point,Stallonesweetly pretended to fist bump a baby, who was being carried in their mother's arms near the set.

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