This is a picture of what a 1930's Hollywood Gangster looks like. I chose this picture because in the book Monster, the gang members are nothing like this "gangster". The gangsters in Monster and guys who wear oversized shirts with either blue as their main color, or red.:
New Lawless Infographics Breakdown Bootleggers And The Bad Girls of Prohibition
Gangsters of prohibition I choose this pic because it shows the top bootleggers of the 1920s
Gangster Tommy Gun held in swoop
gangsters | Lethal | actor with Tommy Gun. (Image | The Sun)
George Baby Face Nelson, Public Enemy Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett
George Baby Face Nelson, Public Enemy Photograph
'PRETTY BOY' FLOYD: Mugshots of the FBI's most wanted criminals in 1934…
Al Capone When people around the world think of Chicago, one of the first things that come to mind is the Roaring '20s and gangsters. And the best known Chicago gangster was certainly Alphonse "Scarface" Capone.
Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel (February 28, 1906 – June 20, 1947) was an American gangster who was involved with the Genovese crime family. Siegel was known to be mercurial and ruthless with associates. Because of his notoriously quick and violent temper, he was one of the most "infamous and feared gangsters of his day". On June 20 1947 as he sat reading the LA Times he was shot through the window several times. No one was ever charged with his murder.