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The Lawless Years: The Maxey Gorman Story

Ex-convict Maxey Gorman gets a Machiavellian character named A.J. to finance his entry into the bootlegging business. The two men become partners but when the dough starts pouring in Maxie looks for a way to rid himself of A. J.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x10
Airdate: Thursday June 25th, 1959

Director: Allen H. Miner
Writer: Jo Eisinger

Guest Stars
Barbara StuartBarbara Stuart
As Stella Gorman
Brad TrumbullBrad Trumbull
As Sweeney
Jonathan KiddJonathan Kidd
As Marty
Terence de MarneyTerence de Marney
As A. J.
Frank LondonFrank London
As Twinkles
Marilee Jones (1)Marilee Jones (1)
As Mae Jensen
Nesdon BoothNesdon Booth
As Swede Jensen
Robert H. HarrisRobert H. Harris
As Maxey Gorman
Main Cast
James GregoryJames Gregory
As Barney Ruditsky
Episode Notes
Other than providing narration, James Gregory only appears in the prologue for this episode.

Terence de Marney would return in Little Augie.

Episode Quotes
Ruditsky: Maxie Gorman. Slugger. Terrorist, Murderer.

Sheila: We always been happy, Maxie.
Maxie: I ain't happy no more.

Maxie: To be big, you gotta think big.

Maxie: That's a stiff piece of shylockin', A. J.

A.J.: (to Maxie) The greatest risk is loss of you.

Maxie: You think of everything, don't you, A. J.?
A. J.: That is my business.

Stella: (to Maxie) If you can't treat your wife with respect then I got nothing to say to you.

Other Episode Crew

ProducerJack Chertok
EditorJohn Baxter Rogers
CastingRalph Acton
Production CoordinatorMilton Trager
Program ConsultantBarney Ruditsky
Production ExecutiveHarry Poppe
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