TV Series | TV-MA | | Crime, Drama, History
An Atlantic City politician plays both sides of the law, conspiring with gangsters during the Prohibition era.
Director Timothy Van Patten delighted in directing Steve Buscemi for fight scenes, since the two of them were both experienced wrestlers in school. Van Patten further observed that filming fight scenes is causes its own physical exhaustion for actors due to the need to suppress ... ...
There's another 50 in the car. They're ingersolls.
Meyer Lansky: I wish you would stop with this. We schlep around with a box of watches, what do we look like?
Lucky Luciano: Fellas who know what time it is.
Meyer Lansky: Might as well set up a pushcart.
Benny Siegel: Arnold Rothstein's here.
Meyer Lansky: We're ...
Benny Siegel: Oh....
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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