PLOT (spoiler alert!!!):
A musician named Dixie Dwyer begins working with mobsters to advance his career but falls in love with the girlfriend of gangland kingpin Dutch Schultz. 938 more words
On this date in 1935, Arthur “Dutch Schultz” Flegenheimer and three members of his crew were shot in the Palace Chophouse Restaurant in Newark, NJ. Word on the street was the hit on the Dutchman was ordered after he asked NYC mob chieftains for permission to kill prosecutor Thomas E. 117 more words
Location: 301 Park Avenue, Suite 39C
Sidestepping bullets, one-way rides and innumerable gang wars, he grew to be the master of prohibition era New York. 553 more words
The Commission had finally ordered a hit on Dutch Schultz.
The official reason had to do with protecting Special Prosecutor Thomas Dewey. Dutch planned to kill Dewey, which would bring down more heat than the select members of Charlie’s “board of directors” were comfortable with. 1,625 more words