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Al Capone’s cell at Eastern State Penitentiary in Pennsylvania. Al complained of a ghostly visitor: a man who'd been slaughtered in the St. Valentine's Day Massacre in 1929. One of these victims, James Clark, had been Bugs Moran's brother-in-law, and The other Eastern State inmates could hear Capone at night screaming "Jimmy, leave me alone."
rgogopost: Satisfaction: Mick and Keith enjoy a drink in a London pub after a night in the cells for drug offences in 1967 from: mirror.co.uk
Returning to Night of the Living Dead, this is 'Ben' as portrayed by stage actor Duane Jones. Ben is a terrific character, but the unfortunate circumstances of 1968 meant that casting an African-American actor as the lead in a predominately white movie was controversial. Indeed, a contemporary review described Jones as a "comparatively calm and resourceful Negro". Despite social commentary being central to Romero's films, the director himself insisted Jones gave simply the best audition.