Mobsters: A Rogues Gallery

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  • 1997
  • 1 Season

Mobsters: A Rouges Gallery is a documentary style program that profiles the various villains associated with organized crime. Each episode follows the rise, and often the fall, of a certain mobster. The series offers several interesting looks at some of the more notorious crime bosses to exist in America and even the world. Of course, the series also hints at the complicated lifestyle led by the people that often find themselves glamourized by Hollywood with a no nonsense take on what made them who they were and how they got to be considered some of the most dangerous people alive.

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Mickey Cohen
9. Mickey Cohen
February 19, 1998
Mickey Cohen is one of America's most famous gangsters. Early in his career, Cohen was the right hand of legendary mobster Bugsy Siegel. After Bugsy was killed in 1947, Cohen took over the gang scene in Hollywood and served as the muscle for the mob.
Meyer Lansky
8. Meyer Lansky
February 12, 1998
A savvy businessman, Meyer Lansky had one of the most notorious careers in the history of organized crime. He was involved in a wide-range of crime activity and with Lucky Luciano and Bugsy Siegel; they formed an unstoppable gang which ruled New York.
John Dillinger
7. John Dillinger
February 5, 1998
John Dillinger, also known as "Public Enemy #1," was a notorious gangster, vicious thief and bank robber during the Great Depression. Along with his violent gang, Dillinger terrorized the Midwest, killing men, robbing banks and staging 3 jail breaks.
Sam Giancana
6. Sam Giancana
January 25, 1998
Sam Giancana started out as an underling of Al Capone and climbed his way to the top of Chicago's mafia. Early in his career, Giancana became known as a getaway driver and vicious killer, ultimately becoming notorious for his illegal gambling operations.
Dutch Schultz
5. Dutch Schultz
January 15, 1998
Famous for his ruthlessness, violence and temper, "Dutch Schultz" worked his way up the criminal ladder in the mean streets of the Bronx, New York during the 1920's. He built up a criminal network that included bootlegging, illegal gambling and murder.
Lucky Luciano
4. Lucky Luciano
October 20, 1997
Charles "Lucky" Luciano gained notoriety through his brutal takeover of the New York underworld. Luciano broke through the barriers of organized crime by creating a network of mobs known as "The National Crime Syndicate."
Al Capone
3. Al Capone
October 15, 1997
Who would have thought that Al Capone, the son of poor immigrants from Brooklyn, NY, would become one of the most notorious gangsters in American history? In the 1920s, Capone's multi-million dollar Chicago empire dominated the organized crime scene.
Bonnie and Clyde
2. Bonnie and Clyde
October 8, 1997
Who could have imagined that a couple-in-love could instill so much fear into law enforcement and place such profound impact on the nation and that they would be gunned-down without a trial. Bonnie and Clyde-- America's most notorious couple.
Bugsy Siegel
1. Bugsy Siegel
October 1, 1997
Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel, with his Hollywood friends and flamboyant lifestyle goes down in crime history as the man who brought the rackets to the West Coast and made Las Vegas the gambling mecca of the world.
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Mobsters: A Rouges Gallery is a documentary style program that profiles the various villains associated with organized crime. Each episode follows the rise, and often the fall, of a certain mobster. The series offers several interesting looks at some of the more notorious crime bosses to exist in America and even the world. Of course, the series also hints at the complicated lifestyle led by the people that often find themselves glamourized by Hollywood with a no nonsense take on what made them who they were and how they got to be considered some of the most dangerous people alive.

  • Premiere Date
    October 1, 1997