Al Brown was one of the real Al Capone's most frequently used aliases.
Jack Weston would return in The Kid Dropper Story.
Mark Allen would return in The Joe Angelo Story.
Page: (to Brown) You come within 50 feet of me, I'll open you like a can of sardines.
Ruditsky: (to Brown) If you had a brain in that fat head of yours you'd get outta town tomorrow.
Yale: Don't bargain, Al. Peasants bargain.
Brown: (to Ruditsky) Everything happens in this town you gotta pick me up.
Max: Barney, you should have been a salesman.
Ruditsky: (to Brown) On your feet, fat boy!
Brown: Ruditsky, you're leanin' on me.
Ruditsky: You don't know what leaning is yet.
Ruditsky: (to Yale) You're a bigger fool than I thought you were. Brown's outgrown you.
Brown: (to Yale) I don't need you, Frankie. You need me.
Ruditsky: Al Capone. A spark that should have been stamped out in the beginning but wasn't.