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    additionally needed to manage equal hoodlum Bugs Moran and his Northsiders gang. They had been a risk for a considerable length of time. Moran had even once attempted to murder Capone 's associate and companion Jack McGurn. The choice by Capone and McGurn to profit themselves of Moran was to prompt to a standout amongst the most notorious gangland slaughters in history — The St Valentine 's Day Slaughter. On Thursday, February 14, 1929, at 10:30am Bugs Moran and his posse were baited by a peddler

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    George “Bugs” Moran had crossed Al Capone for the last time. The North Side Gang was using a store called the S-M-C Cartage Company as a front for their headquarters. They used this warehouse for all of their illegal activities such as running beer trucks, paying off officials, laundering money and plotting other business decisions. Capone wants to take out George “Bugs” Moran and as many of the North Side Gang members as possible. The plan was to get George “Bugs” Moran and other gang

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    Comparative Analysis: Scarface (1983) and The Godfather (1972) Introduction How are the two movies different from each other? Is it the era, the theme of or its execution? In retrospective, both will surely have difference, especially since the two are created with different aims. If one is to analyze the films, one will find a grey area between its differences, wherein differences are both superficial and minor at best. Scarface is a crime-drama film that is famously known for being one of the

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    In the short story Mallam Sile, the protagonist with the same name owns a tea shop on Zongo Street where many young children steal and harass him. He’s a pushover, not known to be the most physically appealing character. Because of this trait, people in the village exhibit a sharp disliking towards him. Eventually, he leaves his shop to visit his hometown. On his journey, he met his new wife Abeeba. Mallam Sile and Abeeba return to the shop, however, Abeeba is displeased. The young children of the

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    It’s quite remarkable how differently people react to change; how one could be so rebellious while the other embraces it. In “The Man in a Case” written by Anton Chekhov, Byelikov is not only a reserved, quiet man who revolts against any form of change, but is also a man who makes no exceptions to his mental disciplinarian handbook of rules whether it was for personal or professional purposes. On the other hand, “The Metamorphosis” by Franz Kafka begins with Gregor Samsa treating his change from

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    Bug Play Analysis

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    Bug, by Tracy Letts, is a dark mind altering thriller. Bug takes place in a run down sketchy motel room in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The play centers on Agnes who is a 44-year-old divorced waitress who is trying to hide out from her recently paroled abusive ex-husband Jerry, and the other main character Bug is Peter. Peter is a 27-year-old man who was in the Gulf War. It is unclear if Peter was discharged from the military, or if he went AWOL (Absent Without Official Leave). Peter appears to

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    The film Dances With Wolves is a moving, culturally significant American western film produced in 1990 and directed by Kevin Costner, who also plays the lead role of John J. Dunbar. It portrays a fictional account of the relationship between a soldier and a tribe of Sioux indians. In the beginning, Dunbar is an injured soldier who accidentally makes himself a hero while trying to commit suicide by riding his horse in front of the enemy. When given a choice for where he wants to be stationed he requests

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    Space Jam Film Analysis

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    Space Jam is a movie that combined live action and animation, starring Michael Jordan, pig, Porky and the rest of the Looney Tunes characters. It narrate the story of how Michael return to basketball, this time with him being inspired by Bugs Bunny and others. It comprises many character. ABOUT THE JERSEY These jerseys have great quality and detail. The material, length everything is amazing. The jerseys are made by Champion with stitched letters and numbers and are machine washable. Michael Jordan

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    Bugs Bunny Personality

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    Bugs Bunny Warner Bros led by Leon Schlesinger. Although, Jack and Harry Warner's contribution to Hollywood politicization, both siblings pay little attention to their animation. The original voice bunny bugs cartoon is Mel Blanc or know as Man of a Thousand Voices. Bugs Bunny, same like Donald Duck, quickly became a star in his own right, golden age animation in American. At that time, Bugs Bunny becomes cultural icon in American and Warner Bros Entertainment's corporate mascot. Bugs Bunny is

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    One thing Brer Rabbit and Bugs Bunny have in common is that they are both tricksters. Tricksters are characters who use their cleverness, arrogance, superiority, and vanity to outsmart their enemies. Joel Chandler Harris, a famous American short-story writer and humorist, born in Eatonton, Georgia (1848-1908), interpreted animals in his stories as tricksters. Harris became a newspaper apprentice and gained his firsthand knowledge of Negro slaves and their stories (Harris 22). As an adult, Harris’

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    Valentine’s Day Massacre The Saint Valentines Day Massacre took place on February 14, 1929. Four unknown hitmen disguised as police officers walked into the notorious gangster, Bug Moran’s headquarters on North Clark Street in Chicago, Illinois. The four hitmen impersonating police officers acted like they were raiding Bug Moran’s warehouse where stored illegal liquor during the prohibition era. The hitmen lined Moran’s gang members against the wall in a firing squad execution manner. The hitman pulled

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    The Mobsters of the 1920s Mobsters of the 1920s were a major contributor on society in the 1920s. Their bootlegging was quite profitable as the 18th amendment banned alcohol production, they would stock speakeasies or underground clubs with alcohol. They also created a lot of crime in violence through their wars of commerce. Rival gangs and anyone who got in their would could have been subject to violence or death. The mobsters way of profit was found through robbery, bootlegging racketeering and

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    but on February 14th,1929 in Chicago the city felt pain. “In a bloody crime that transfixed the world press and all its readers” . The Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre was a reaction to a long war between two known rivals: Al Capone and George “Bugs” Moran. The rivalry started when Prohibition came about. Women and children were being battered by their drunken husbands. Husbands were spending hard earned money on alcohol rather than supporting their families. “The ratification of the 18th Amendment

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    Al Capone Thesis

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    endangered and damaged his reputation and public image. However, he is justified in his actions because he wanted to be the best gangster in the state of Chicago. He made many enemies whilst being in his small-time and full time gangs, including Bugs Moran, who was the leader of the North Side Gang- which was the main rival gang of the Five Point Gang of which Capone was the seven year leader. Alphonse Gabriel “Al” Capone was born on January 17 1899 in Brooklyn, New York. He was the son of Italian

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    During the first two decades of the 20th century, wide immigrants population full of conflicts and colorful mix of ethnic groups such as Italians, Russians, African-Americans and others started to immigrate to United States especially to New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. These immigrants started forming organized crime groups, most are Italian frustrated by the poor life style they had in Italy. Consequently they chose to join the American Mafia. On January 16th 1919, the 18th amendment is approved

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    Al Capone Organized crime had really spurred and increased exponentially during the 1920s due to the unrealistic laws laid down at the time. Gangs were usually the perpetrators and organizers of these committed crimes. Al Capone was in the mix of these gangs and was very notorious for his savage personality. Al Capone was a radical man who led a pretty interesting life, committing many crimes for which he was never held accounted. Al Capone comes from an extremely poor family, who were from Angri

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    bloodletting of all. His biggest rival was Bugs Moran. He had intervened with so many of Capone's deliveries that Capone decided to take him out. He hired killers and they devised a plan to carry this out and get away with it. On February 14, 1929, Moran had a huge shipment of Canadian whiskey coming in and a few of his members of the gang were awaiting the shipment to come in. Capone knew of his and had lookouts across the street. One of them thought they saw Moran himself and told the other members who

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    Alphonse (Al) Capone was born on January 17, 1947 in Brooklyn, New York and departed this life on January 25, 1947 at his home in Palm Island, Florida. He was surrounded by his family. Al Capone is survived by his wife, Mae Capone, son Albert Francis Capone, mother Teresina (Teresa) Capone, and siblings. Alphonse (Al) Capone was the fourth of seven children born to Italian immigrants Gabriel and Teresina (Teresa) Capone. He was born in Brooklyn, New York on January 17, 1947. Growing up, Al Capone

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    in Chicago. Known as “The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre”, this crime involved Capone’s “South Side Gang” who killed seven rival gangsters. The news garnished a lot of attention in the national press. One of Capone’s rivals, the gangster George “Bugs” Moran, was also a bootlegger who ran his business on the Northern Side of Chicago. On February 14, seven members of Moran’s business were gunned down in a strategic placement. Around seventy bullets were used to shoot down the men, displaying no intent

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    Flappers In The 1920s

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    Bootlegging came about in America during the 1920s, when the prohibition laws were passed. These banned the production and sale of alcohol in the US. Bootlegger controlled the illegal sale of alcohol. After the unpopular prohibition laws were passed, gangs saw a need and began producing alcohol illegally. Many middle class people contributed to the successful ‘businessmen’ (bootleggers). Some of these people included those who are expected to be following the law and those who were supposed to be

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