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Mafia: The History of the Mob in America [2 Discs] [DVD]

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Synopsis

Mafia: The History of the Mob in America, Part 2 - The Kennedys and the Mob
This video is part of a four-volume series from A&E that seeks to document how organized crime took hold in the U.S. and how it changed with the times. The relationship between the Mafia and the Kennedy family is explored. Vintage newsreels and Hollywood re-enactments of mob life tell the story, with narration by Bill Kurtis. In addition, a series of flamboyant Mafia historians and enthusiasts give interviews, first-hand accounts, and analyses that fill in the gaps. This collection provides a broad overview of one of the most popular facets of criminology. ~ Karen Solomon, Rovi

Mafia: The History of the Mob in America, Part 3 - Unions and the Mob
This third video in a four-part series from an A&E television series seeks to document how organized crime took hold in the U.S. and how it changed with the times. The program explores how organized crime attempted to wrestle control of the unions from the Communists. Political connections and mass penetration into the work force are explored. Vintage newsreels and Hollywood re-enactments of mob life tell the story, with narration by Bill Kurtis. In addition, a series of flamboyant Mafia historians and enthusiasts give interviews, first-hand accounts, and analyses that fill in the gaps. This collection provides a broad overview of one of the most popular facets of criminology. ~ Karen Solomon, Rovi

Mafia: The History of the Mob in America, Part 4 - Empire of Crime
This final volume in a four-part series from A&E seeks to document how organized crime first came to the United States and how it changed and evolved over time. The program covers the beginning of World War II when the mob was in a gold mine of money-making and power-charged opportunities. Viewers can catch a glimpse of Al Capone, Lucky Luciano, and Lepke Buchalter and take in evidence of how they helped win the war. Vintage newsreels and Hollywood re-enactments of mob life tell the story, with narration by Bill Kurtis. In addition, a series of flamboyant Mafia historians and enthusiasts give interviews, first-hand accounts, and analyses that fill in the gaps. This collection provides a broad overview of one of the most popular facets of criminology. ~ Karen Solomon, Rovi

Mafia: The History of the Mob in America, Part 1 - The Prohibition Years, Birth of the American Mafia
This first video in a four-part series from A&E seeks to document how organized crime took hold in the U.S. and how it changed with the times. The program covers Prohibition and its profitability in America's big cities, and the arrival of the mob's first families from Sicily. Vintage newsreels and Hollywood re-enactments of mob life tell the story, with narration by Bill Kurtis. In addition, a series of flamboyant Mafia historians and enthusiasts give interviews, first-hand accounts, and analyses that fill in the gaps. This collection provides a broad overview of one of the most popular facets of criminology. ~ Karen Solomon, Rovi

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