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Nucky visits Gillian, Luciano and Lansky deal with Narcisse and young Nucky faces a turning point. In Chicago, Capone prepares to face trial and in New York Margaret becomes a stock operator a la Joe Kennedy. Scores are made and settled.

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Cast

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Margaret Thompson
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Nelson Van Alden (credit only)
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Al Capone
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Lucky Luciano
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Chalky White (credit only)
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Mickey Doyle (credit only)
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Valentin Narcisse
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Willie Thompson (credit only)
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Gillian Darmody
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Meyer Lansky
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Ethan Thompson
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Ralph Capone
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Storyline

In 1931 Nucky and Eli go their separate ways as the Thompsons abandon their rule of Atlantic City. Nucky also says farewell to William, Magaret, and Gillan as the Feds successfully prosecute Capone. Luciano revenges himself on Narcisse, and a new power structure governs organized crime. The origins of the characters are shown as the story flashes back to 1897. Written by duke1029

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Crime | Drama | History

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21 October 2014 (USA)  »

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16 : 9
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Quotes

Elias 'Eli' Thompson: How come you always had to be the wise one?
Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson: Because you needed me to be.
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I Surrender Dear
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Performed by Elvis Costello accompanied by Vince Giordano and His Nighthawks Orchestra
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Probably one of the best in a whole
12 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

As Red_Identity wrote above, this show cannot get better in terms of technical aspects. Precision, elegance, the pictures and the music of course. How all these small pieces are put together to form a true masterpice. I simply cannot imagine how difficult it can be to do something which is so immersive. The only thing I miss is the smell of these rooms... I think the characters were real authentic, all of them had great backgrounds, all of them had just the right motives to get the story going. I especially loved Harrows, the war veteran. For a side character it couldn't get better than this in my opinion. Some people think that the story is not so exciting maybe that is why it lost most of the audience through the years. For me it was very good, very simple and highly entertaining with the clubs, the feelings, it was so well presented. I am very disappointed because this was something worth watching however the story feels a whole after the closing scene.


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