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Bartolo “Bart” Guccia (December 26, 1891 – 1978) was a Sicilian born mobster and soldier in the Bufalino crime family. Guccia was born in Castellamare Del Golfo, Sicily. Guccia was a skilled mechanic and allegedly became associated with mob boss Joseph Barbara while working as a handyman on his estate, he had a lengthy criminal record and is known for being the only non-made member of the mafia present at the infamous Apalachin Conference of mob bosses from across the United States in 1957. His

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Frank Nitti - Dead - committed suicide.

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JAME "JIMMY THE GENT" BURKE Birth: Jul. 5, 1931 New York New York County New York, USA Death: Apr. 13, 1996 Buffalo Erie County New York, USA Organized Crime Figure. Known as "Jimmy the Gent", he was immortalized in the Martin Scorcese gangster film "Goodfellas".

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"Gentleman, you are making a big mistake," is what Sicilian mobster Salvatore Riina told police when he was apprehended in January 1993 for his dark deeds over more than 20 years as a fugitive and operative in the Sicilian Mafia. He was wanted for his connection to more than 100 killings perpetrated during his climb to the top of the organized-crime gang. Riina, also known as "Toto," was said to have started his career as a hit man.

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Frank Nitti 1881-1943 Chicago gangster who was convicted of tax evasion with Al Capone. He has been portrayed in several films by Sylvester Stallone in CAPONE 1975 by Stanley Tucci in ROAD TO PERDITION 2002 by Bill Camp in PUBLIC ENEMIES 2009 .

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Vito Genovese--Five Families of New York City: Mob Style: Gangsters Throughout The Years

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Ellsworth Bumpy Johnson - The Harlam Gangster who fought against Dutch Shultz

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Al Capone, Asst. State Attorney Frank Mast and Bailiff Joe Weinberg in a Chicago Federal Building courtroom, April 4, 1931

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Joseph Iannuzzi, Jr., also known as "Joe Dogs", "Joe Diner" and "Joe Drywall", was a Gambino crime family associate and FBI informant whose cooperation influenced events surrounding the late 1985 assassination of Gambino family boss Paul Castellano and played an indirect, but valuable, role in the 1985 Mafia Commission Trial. Iannuzzi is the author of several books: The Mafia Cookbook,[1] Cooking on the Lam,[2] and his autobiography Joe Dogs: The Life and Crimes of a Mobster

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Frank Amato

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<b>Not originally published in LIFE.</b> Mickey Cohen's enforcer, Johnny Stomp Stompanato (famously stabbed and killed by Lana Turner's 14-year-old daughter, Cheryl Crane, in 1958), business manager Mike Howard and Cohen pose in Cohen's office in Los Angeles, 1949.

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Friend of a friend: L.A. mobster Mickey Cohen, former boxer, gambling boss and associate of Bugsy Siegel, was pals with many Hollywood celebs, including Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe, who in turn were close to JFK. Finally, in Aug. 1963, Cohen was convicted for tax evasion just like Capone before him and sentenced to 10 years in Alcatraz where he was crippled by another prisoner. www.lberger.ca

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Mickey Cohen: Gangster in the Sun | LIFE.com

Mickey Cohen: Photos of a Legendary Los Angeles Mobster, 1949 | LIFE | TIME.com

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Robert "DB" DiBernardo (May 31, 1937 in Hewlett, New York – June 5, 1986) was a member of the Gambino crime family and one of John Gotti's subordinates, who was reputed to control much of the commercial pornography in the US. During the United States presidential election, 1984, publicity about DiBernardo having rented business premises from the husband of Geraldine Anne Ferraro embroiled her in damaging media innuendo about organised crime By some accounts DiBernardo was the major figure behind

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Anthony J. Rampino (c. 1939 Ozone Park, Queens – 20 December 2010, St.Luke Hospital, New Hartford, NY), also known as "Tony Roach", was a Gambino crime family mobster who was involved in truck hijacking and drug trafficking.

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Thomas Agro (1931–1987), also known as "Tommy A", "T.A.", "Tipp", and "Thomas Ambrosiano", was a New York gangster with the Gambino crime family who ran lucrative bookmaking and gambling operations in Florida

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Arnold Rothstein ♥

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Mobster Joey Gallo was born April 7, 1929 in Brooklyn, New York. The man commonly known as Crazy Joey also had a softer side. He liked to write poetry and became known for befriending pop stars and poets. But his self promotion did not sit well with New York's mafia leaders, and he was gunned down in mid-bite at his favorite New York restaurant on April 7, 1972.

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Bruce Gilden Mafia Funeral this one is my favorite one

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Mae Capone, wife of gangster Al Capone, was snapped on her way to visit her husband at Alcatraz on March 1, 1936.

Al Capone's wife, 1936 - Inside Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary

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Machine Gun Kelly AKA George Kelly Barnes

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JOE ADONIS Birth: Nov. 22, 1902 Montemarano, Italy Death: Nov. 26, 1971 Organized Crime Figure. He was a close friend of mob boss Lucky Luciano and a member of his Mafia family in both Brooklyn, New York City, New York and New Jersey. He was deported to Italy in 1956 and died there of natural causes.

Joe Adonis (1902 - 1971) - Find A Grave Memorial

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Underboss: Sammy the Bull Gravano's Story of Life in the Mafia

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Carlo"Don Carlo"Gambino

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