The St. Valentine's Day Massacre

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20th Century Fox Released 1967

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Director:
Roger Corman
Released:
1967
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The St. Valentine's Day Massacre is a 1967 docudrama centered around the horrific homicide committed by the infamous American gangster Al Capone on February 14th, 1929. The film was written by Howard Browne and directed by Roger Corman (The Silence of the Lambs, The Godfather Part II, Apollo 13). Al Capone (Jason Robards) leads one of Chicago's biggest criminal organizations. He and his gang are constantly at war with "Bugs" Moran (Ralph Meeker) and his rival gang, the North Side Gang. Capone decides to put all issues and doubts to rest by murdering seven of Moran's most valuable mobsters. On February 14, 1929, several hit men disguised as Chicago police led Moran's members inside an alleyway where they opened fire, massacring all but one survivor. One of the victims, Frank Gusenberg (David Canary) who was still cognizant after being shot 14 times, was immediately raced to the hospital. He was interrogated by policeman who asked him who he' been shot by. He replied with 'Nobody shot me'. The St. Valentine's Day Massacre is an intriguing story to be enjoyed by all.moreless
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