TV Series | TV-MA | | Crime, Drama, History
An Atlantic City politician plays both sides of the law, conspiring with gangsters during the Prohibition era.
The Commodore's parlor, where many scenes revolving around him take place is actually the Collectors' Suite of the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House in New York City.
Arnold, a Nucky Thompson on the telephone.
Arnold Rothstein: I'll take it in here, darling.
Carolyn Rothstein: How's that stomach?
Arnold Rothstein: It's still a little tentative.
Carolyn Rothstein: So much apple bread.
Arnold Rothstein: It has a binding effect.
Carolyn Rothstein: Is that the best thing right now?
Arnold Rothstein: A sound elimination is the basis of good ...
While much of the clothing was period specific for the major players, numerous minor performers wore clothing that was clearly made in the later 20th and early 21st century. This becomes most obvious in the latter seasons of the series.
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