A few of Capone's Men line up a group of rival gangsters and guns them down.
Al Capone takes a baseball bat to a couple of his men who tried to double cross him.
A line of cars, filled with gangster, drive by a restaurant where Al Capone is eating and fill it full of bullets.
Frank is made, after he guns down a shop, by Capone's men.
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Named after the event itself, St. Valentine’s Day Massacre chronicles the Chicago gangster wars of the 1920s. The terrible true-life events of February 14, 1929 thrust gangster Al Capone into the national spotlight, but marked the beginning of the end of Chicago's criminal empire. Rival Chicago mobsters Al Capone and Bugs Moran battle for control of the city’s crime element - which leads to a bloody showdown in which Capone’s men, dressed as policeman, kill seven key members of Moran’s gang in a warehouse. Jack Nicholson makes a cameo appearance in what is one of his first screen roles.
A team of experts are recruited to ensure the success of a heist (of forts) in the zany comedy Who's Minding the Mint. A clerk who works in the mint in Washington, D.C. accidentally destroys $50,000 in cash, and attempts to sneak into the building in the middle of the night and run off enough cash on the presses to cover his mistake.
A star-studded comedy classic! Screen legend Sid Caesar teams up with Robert Ryan and the beautiful Anne Baxter in this fast paced, laugh-a-minute farce. Caesar is a bumbling gopher to a mob boss who must recover a fortune in cash stowed in the suit of a corpse! Directed by master showman William Castle, and featuring the first big screen performance of the late, great Richard Pryor.
Named after the event itself, ST. VALENTINE'S DAY MASSACRE chronicles the Chicago gangster wars of the 1920s.
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