West Coast gangster who partnered with Bugsy Siegel and palled around with everyone from Frank Sinatra to Richard Nixon
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Gangster co-founder of Murder, Inc. and purported basis for Edward G. Robinson's movie persona
Gunslinger who travelled throughout the Old West and was involved in one of the most cinematic frontier shootouts ever
As a leader of Brooklyn's Murder, Inc., Abe Reles was responsible for countless murders in the 1930s
Dutch Schultz was one the most brutal gangsters to have emerged from NYC during the prohibition era and was eventually assassinated by his own colleagues
Gangster who was both movie-star handsome and a ruthless murderer
Harry "Pittsburgh Phil" Strauss was a Murder, Inc. gangster and assassin who dressed as well as he killed.
Its reign was brief but the Purple Gang made enough of an impression to have become suspects in everything from the St. Valentine Day's Massacre to the kidnapping of Charles Lindbergh's baby
Leader of the old Monk Eastman gang and great defender of his own people
Short-lived leader of the Monk Eastman Gang and namesake of Abe "Kid Twist" Reles
Bootlegger and racketeer who was known as the "Al Capone" of New Jersey.
Gangster, bootlegger and math wizard who tutored under Arnold Rothstein, partnered with Lucky Luciano and Bugsy Siegel, and became a gambling kingpin
Murder, Inc. were a band of ruthless killers from Brooklyn who were retained to conduct contract killings for the top echelons of organized crime throughout the United States in the 1930s and 1940s.
Leader of Murder, Inc. who was the only gang "boss" to go to the electric chair.
Jewish Gangster from London Featured in tv's Peaky Blinders