Casino De Niro & Pesci
Thompson submachine gun models
Gun Molls, a note card from Greetings from Other Worlds on Etsy ($3)
Bonnie and Clyde - possibly last photo of them alive
Machine Gun Jack McGurn
Take a fascinating look at the female companions of the Mafia, who not only put their lives on the line being associated with some of the most dangerous men in the world, but who also acted as their accomplices in some of the most deadliest crimes.
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John Dillinger & "Baby Face" Nelson Hunted by FBI
Mugshot of the ruthless Tony Spilotro, enforcer for the Chicago Outfit in Las Vegas, 1979, Chicago. Tony met his end by being savagely beaten in Bensenville, then driven to Indiana and buried alive with his brother in a cornfield. Joe Pesci’s character, Nicky Santoro in Martin Scorsese’s Casino, was based on Spilotro. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Spilotro
On April 5, 1934, a month after his “great escape” Johnnie Dillinger turned up at his father’s farm for a family reunion under the very noses of the FBI. (Two agents were watching the house.) Here he poses with a Thompson sub-machine gun and the wooden gun he had used to escape the jail in Crown Point, Indiana on March 3rd, 1934.
The hole where the Spilotro brothers were found in an Indiana cornfield on June 23, 1986....The two guys that were killed at the end of the movie "Casino"
Bugsy Siegel was shot in the eye as he read the newspaper in the living room of his girlfriend Virginia Hill's house in Beverly Hills.
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Henry Hill (the real Goodfella) 1943-2012
FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA, NOTES FOR THE GODFATHER: a page from coppola's copy of mario puzo's novel the godfather, annotated in preparation for the film.
Michael Corleone, Al Pacino, The Godfather