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 real George Remus (played in the series by Glenn Fleshler) would also refer to himself in the third person.
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....
Both Western Electric and Automatic Electric candlestick telephones are shown. These were competing manufacturing companies that would not be seen in the same geographical area. The "Bell System" would use only Western Electric telephones connected to their telephone lines. Independent telephone companies would use Automatic Electric and many other manufacturers telephones connected to their telephone lines.
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