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Definition of the noun al capone
What does al capone mean as a name of something?
- United States gangster who terrorized Chicago during prohibition until arrested for tax evasion (1899-1947)
Who is Al Capone?
Al Capone: Alphonse Gabriel "Al" Capone was an American gangster who attained fame during the Prohibition era. His seven-year reign as crime boss ended when he was 33 years old.
- also known as Scarface, Alphonse Gabriel Capone, Alphonso Gabriel "Great Al" Capone, Great Al
- born on (116 years ago) in Brooklyn, child of Gabriel Capone and Teresina Capone
- ethnicity: Italian American
- nationality: United States of America
- religion: Catholicism
- profession: Mafioso, gangster, racketeering
- Marriage with Mae Capone between and (28 years)
- parent of Albert Francis Capone
- died on (68 years ago) in Palm Island of bronchopneumonia
- buried in Mount Carmel Cemetery
- filmography: "The Diary of a Slumlord"
Al Capone is a fictional character in the 1988 film Nitti the Enforcer.
"Al Capone" is a 1959 biographical film directed by Richard Wilson. written by Malvin Wald and Henry F. Greenberg, and released by Allied Artists. It starred Rod Steiger as Al Capone.
- also known as Al Kapone
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- production design by Hilyard M. Brown
- starring: Martin Balsam
- cinematography by Lucien Ballard
- music by David Raksin
- set decoration by Joseph Kish
- genres: Crime Fiction, Crime Drama, Gangster Film, Biographical film, Drama
- subject: Al Capone
- released on (56 years ago)
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Encyclopedia of Television (2014)
by Horace Newcomb
The series began as a two-hour made-for-television movie documenting Ness's fight against Chicago mob leader Al Capone. The movie, and its episodic counterpart, maintained an earthy grittiness through the use of stark sets and dark, ...
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- Al capone
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- Al Capone car
You can see bullet holes on the door
Photo credit: Al Pavangkanan
- Al Capone's cell at Eastern State Penitentiary
He was only held there for a year.
Photo credit: richard winchell
- Al capone's lavished cell
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- Al Capone's cell
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- Al Capone restaurant at the Blue Hole
Photo credit: mattk1979
- Al Capone linked to Dundee health scare
Brilliant headline from the (Dundee) Evening Telegraph. Apart from the unfortunate victims, everyone in Tayside is chuckling over this hilarious Headline of the Year.
Photo credit: Ninian Reid
- Eastern State Penitentiary: Al Capone's Cell
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- Al Capone's Cell In Eastern State Penitentiary
Al Capone was arrested in Philadelphia on a gun charge before he was incarcerated for tax-evasion. For 9 months he called this cell in Eastern State Penitentiary home.
The warden and guards at ESP gave special consideration to Mr. Capone during his stay, permitting him to hang artwork, tables and lamps, a velvet duvet, comfortable chair and an expensive radio... Capone enjoyed listening to waltzes after dinner.
Photo credit: mikeg626
- Al Capone certified!
Canadian Club was the whisky of choice of Al Capone.
Photo credit: FrancescGenove
- Al Capone's Cell
This was the cell Al Capone used while at Eastern State.
Photo credit: tr.robinson
- Big Bird Al Capone Sepia
Big Bird, in sepia tone,
among the unemployed in classic Al Capone/Depression Era photograph.
Photo credit: MrKite129
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