Lucky Luciano

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He wrote his name in blood on the sidewalks of New York and became the boss of all bosses.

Arriving in the United States at the age of nine years and embark on a life of crime at age 14, Charles “Lucky” Luciano rose through the ranks of the mafia in New York as a pistol shot.

At the age of 34, took over the Sicilian Mafia, a U.S. corporation diversification of the rackets, organizing the gangs and political candidates running.

Examine Lucky 30-year-career as CEO of Murder, Inc. through interviews and archival images rarely extensive. Mob insiders recall the meetings that made history, held at the Waldorf-Astoria headquarters Luciano.

And naval records reveal how his top-secret war efforts earned him parole from a sentence. Journey of 50 years in the dangerous world of the Cosa Nostra for the definitive portrait of one of the most notorious criminals in history.

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