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The teenaged son of a man killed in an Untouchables raid goes gunning for Eliot Ness. But is Ness really the one responsible for the father's death or was it a bootlegging gang led by Gus Marco?
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By the middle of 1933 Eliot Ness and the Untouchables had nearly stopped the illicit manufacturing of whiskey in Chicago. But one big operator continued to elude their grasp. He was Giuseppe Marconi aka Gus Marco, the apparently respectable owner of a taxicab company who had a huge underground distillery underneath his garage where he processed stolen industrial alcohol. ..Read the full recap
Joe De Santis would return as Louie Latito in The Nick Moses Story.
Luther Adler was the brother of famed acting coach Stella Adler. He would return in Murder Under Glass and Takeover.
Michael Ansara would return in The Jamaica Ginger Story.
Latito: (to Marco) A man likes to come around with good news like Santa Claus.
Marco: It shoulda gone right, Louie.
Latito: So who gets the blame--the porter who cleans up or the owner of the mess?
Latito: (to Marco) One mistake they turn their head. The next mistake it's your head.
Marco: (to Marconi) One relative I got and he's stupid.
Rico: Not a bad haul last night.
Ness: Not good enough. I wish we'd gotten the big boy.
Why are there so many books in the apartment being rented by Charlie Steuben and his fellow Purple Gang members? None of them appear to have read anything other than a comic book or a racing form.
An episode that contains some decent acting performance but a weak, pathos laden script. It all adds up to one of the weaker entries for Season Two.