Leach later claimed that they had no intention of taking Dillinger alive. Assisted by Chicago police officers, they staked out the doctor's office on ... Newspapers also erred in naming the woman sitting next to 48 | Dillinger's Wild Ride.
Author: Elliott J. Gorn
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Presents an account of the activities of the Dillinger gang in 1933 and 1934 when they robbed over a dozen banks.
John Toland, The Dillinger Days (New York: Random House, 1963), 28. ... that Lamm was eighteen years old when Butch Cassidy died in South America: “The odds are very much against Lamm riding with ... Gorn, Dillinger's Wild Ride, 29–30.
Author: Jerry Clark
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: True Crime
No crime is as synonymous with America as bank robbery. Though the number of bank robberies nationwide has declined, bank robbery continues to captivate the public and jeopardize the safety of banks and their employees. In A History of Heists, Jerry Clark and Ed Palattella explore how bank robbers have influenced American culture as much as they have reflected it. Jesse James, Butch Cassidy, Bonnie and Clyde, John Dillinger, Willie Sutton, and Patty Hearst are among the most famous figures in the history of crime in the United States. Jesse James used his training as a Confederate guerrilla to make bank robbery a political act. John Dillinger capitalized on the public’s scorn of banks during the Great Depression and became America’s first Public Enemy Number One. When she held up a bank with the leftist Symbionese Liberation Army, Patty Hearst fueled the country’s social unrest. Jerry Clark and Ed Palattella delve into the backgrounds and motivations of the robbers, and explore how they are as complex as the nation whose banks they have plundered. But as much as the story of bank robbery in America focuses on the thieves, it is also a story of those who investigate the heists. As bank robbers became more sophisticated, so did the police, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and other law enforcement agencies. This captivating history shows how bank robbery shaped the modern FBI, and how it continues to cultivate America’s fascination with the noble outlaw: bandits seen, rightly or wrongly, as battling unjust authority.
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But the Life article on Miles ' funeral made his head spin , as it included a photograph of the outlaws riding ... Poverty Row independents cranked out quickies on John Dillinger , Al Capone , and Machine Gun Kelly , all cretins who ...
Author: Tom Reynolds
Publisher: TV Books Incorporated
Tracing the history of the biker movement, from its beginnings in the years following World War II to its current, some would say crass, commercialization in the form of Harley Davidson cafes, this book provides the most comprehensive and engaging look at motorcycle culture ever published. Photos.
Less than two months into his parole , Dillinger and the first in a revolving parade of Dillinger gang members ... In his six months of service , Maskalyk Dillinger's Wild Ride : The Year That Made America's Public Enemy Number One ...
... [ d ] in on some of the rackets , ” according to Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension ( BCA ) reports , Murder Inc. arranged to have Davis " taken for a ride . ... In walked Wagner , with what the cashier called a “ wild look .
Author: Paul Maccabee
Traces the history of crime in St. Paul, Minnesota, from 1920 to 1936, describing specific incidents, profiling criminals, victims, and law enforcement officials, and looking at places where criminal activity occurred.
... The Manly Art : Bare - Knuckle Prize Fighting in America , 1986 , ( with W. Goldstein ) A Brief History of American Sports , 1993 ; Mother Jones : The Most Dangerous Woman in America , 2001 ; Dillinger's Wild Ride , 2009 .
The world knows the story of young Emmett Till. In August 1955, the fourteen-year-old Chicago boy supposedly flirted with a white woman named Carolyn Bryant, who worked behind the counter of a country store, while visiting family in Mississippi. Three days later, his mangled body was recovered in the Tallahatchie River, weighed down by a cotton-gin fan. Till's killers, Bryant's husband and his half-brother, were eventually acquitted on technicalities by an all-white jury despite overwhelming evidence. It seemed another case of Southern justice. Then details of what had happened to Till became public, which they did in part because Emmett's mother, Mamie Till-Mobley, insisted that his casket remain open during his funeral. The world saw the horror, and Till's story gripped the country and sparked outrage. Black journalists drove down to Mississippi and risked their lives interviewing townsfolk, encouraging witnesses, spiriting those in danger out of the region, and above all keeping the news cycle turning. It continues to turn. In 2005, fifty years after the murder, the FBI reopened the case. New papers and testimony have come to light, and several participants, including Till's mother, have published autobiographies. Using this new evidence and a broadened historical context, Elliott J. Gorn delves more fully than anyone has into how and why the story of Emmett Till still resonates, and always will. Till's murder marked a turning point, Gorn shows, and yet also reveals how old patterns of thought and behavior endure, and why we must look hard at them.
Wilbur and Orville : The First to Fly Wild and the Free , The Wild Angels , The Wild Beasts , The Wild Country , The Wild Geese , The Wild Gypsies Wild Horse Hank Wild Horses Wild Man Wild Panther , The Wild Rebels Wild Ride Wild Zone ...
I didn't like to ride Dillinger and win that before I knew it Dillinger — who is have time to follow her , for the ... she acts like she's scared stiff of her limp form off the arena on a stretch- The crowd went wild when she horse .
In this first biography of "the most dangerous woman in America," Elliott J. Gorn proves why, in the words of Eugene V. Debs, Mother Jones "has won her way into the hearts of the nation's toilers, and . . . will be lovingly remembered by ...
Author: Elliott J. Gorn
Publisher: Hill and Wang
Her rallying cry was famous: "Pray for the dead and fight like hell for the living." A century ago, Mother Jones was a celebrated organizer and agitator, the very soul of the modern American labor movement. At coal strikes, steel strikes, railroad, textile, and brewery strikes, Mother Jones was always there, stirring the workers to action and enraging the powerful. In this first biography of "the most dangerous woman in America," Elliott J. Gorn proves why, in the words of Eugene V. Debs, Mother Jones "has won her way into the hearts of the nation's toilers, and . . . will be lovingly remembered by their children and their children's children forever."
The likes of poet Vachel Lindsay and novelist Theodore Dreiser lionized him—Dreiser called him 'a sort of prize fighting J. P. Morgan'—and Ernest Thompson Seton, founder of the Boy Scouts, noted approvingly that he never met a lad who ...
Author: Elliott J. Gorn
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Category: Sports & Recreation
"It didn't occur to me until fairly late in the work that I was writing a book about the beginnings of a national celebrity culture. By 1860, a few boxers had become heroes to working-class men, and big fights drew considerable newspaper coverage, most of it quite negative since the whole enterprise was illegal. But a generation later, toward the end of the century, the great John L. Sullivan of Boston had become the nation's first true sports celebrity, an American icon. The likes of poet Vachel Lindsay and novelist Theodore Dreiser lionized him—Dreiser called him 'a sort of prize fighting J. P. Morgan'—and Ernest Thompson Seton, founder of the Boy Scouts, noted approvingly that he never met a lad who would not rather be Sullivan than Leo Tolstoy."—from the Afterword Praise for the first edition— "Gorn is an adventurous historian with a talent for informed speculation. He has written an exciting narrative history of boxing and then gone a step further to ask a series of questions that extend his focus to the whole of nineteenth-century American culture."—The Nation "Gorn combines colorful, witty, powerful narrative with enormously sophisticated analytical rigor, and the result is a book that anyone remotely interested in America's nineteenth century should read."—Virginia Quarterly Review "Gorn's finely conceived and craftsmanlike book catches the spirit of a young nation rushing to industrialization and how prize fighting was affected by, and came to reflect, much of the national mood and character. The Manly Art is first-rate social history rendered in felicitous prose."—Chicago Sun-Times "The Manly Art is an important contribution to the study of nineteenth-century American culture. Writing with clarity, vigor, and grace, Gorn combines detailed narrative with convincing interpretations. He offers the reader a judicious selection of quotations from the sporting press that capture the drama, sensuality, and brutality of the ring and its craftsmen."—The Journal of American History Elliott J. Gorn's The Manly Art tells the story of boxing's origins and the sport's place in American culture. When first published in 1986, the book helped shape the ways historians write about American sport and culture, expanding scholarly boundaries by exploring masculinity as an historical subject and by suggesting that social categories like gender, class, and ethnicity can be understood only in relation to each other. This updated edition of Gorn's highly influential history of the early prize rings features a new afterword, the author's meditation on the ways in which studies of sport, gender, and popular culture have changed in the quarter century since the book was first published. An up-to-date bibliography ensures that The Manly Art will remain a vital resource for a new generation.
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The movie chronicles not only Dillinger's wild final months but the paral- ANTHOLOGY FILM ARCHIVES lel rise of organized ... 10 at 2 and 7:30 : “ Ride with the Devil : Director's Cut ” ( 1999 ) , followed by a Q. & A. with Lee and the ...
... PICTURES : The Wild Ride , The Surfer , Girls , Airline , The New Golden Globe Award 1970 , 5 more nom . ) . ... Young Dillinger , The Bandits ( also dir ) , Murph the Surf Award , BAFTA Award , Golden Globe Award , SAG nom .
... One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing ; Popeye ; Return from Witch Mountain ; Return of the Big Cat ; Ride a Wild Pony ... Ragtime ; Welcome to Hard Times Maids ; Where the Red Fern Grows ; Wild River ; Winter People ; Young Dillinger ...
Author: John Pym
Publisher: Time Out Guides
Category: Motion pictures
This annual edition of the Time Out Film Guide, now updated to include over 12,000 films, covers every area of world cinema: classic silents and thirties comedies, documentaries and the avant-garde, French and Japanese cinema, Hollywood mainstream and B-rated horror films. Time Out's extraordinarily strong international coverage includes award listings for the Berlin, Venice, and Cannes festivals as well as the Oscar winners since 1927. Fully cross-referenced with extensive indexes covering films by country, genre, subject, director, and actor, this is the ultimate guide for movie lovers of all inclinations. Combining a wealth of practical information -- director, cast, alternative titles, running time, release date -- with thirty years of authoritative analyses from 207 Time Out reviewers, this A-to-Z directory delivers honest, incisive, informed, and contentious criticism. The seventh edition includes 700 new reviews from every genre of world cinema and, for the first time, a readers' poll of all-time top-ten films.