Warning: This episode cntains plot spoilers, and scattered expletives
Note: The audio quality has been fixed in this epiosde.
In this week's episode of The Historian's Movie Review I look at the 1987 movie The Untouchables.
Topics discussed include Prohibition, Eliot Ness, Al Capone's criminal empire, and horrible 1980s synth music.
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Lawrence Bergreen Capone the Man and the Era
Elio Ness The Untouchables
Battleship Potemkin Review by Roger Ebert
Intro and Intersticial Music - "You Never Know Dub feat. Al Capone," Manudub
Outro Music - "Maple Leaf Rag" Scott Joplin
Odessa Steps scene, Battleship Potemkin
Eliot Ness, Courtesey of kingsacademy.com