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Charles " Lucky " Luciano ( pronounced ; born Salvatore Lucania November 24, 1897 – January 26, 1962 ), was an Italian-born, naturalized American mobster born in Sicily.
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Lantz's main character at this time was Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, whose earlier cartoons had been produced by both Walt Disney and Charles Mintz.
Gambino also became involved with the " Young Turks ," a group of Americanized Italian and Jewish mobsters in New York which included Frank " Prime Minister " Costello, Albert " The Executioner " Anastasia, Frank Scalice, Settimo Accardi, Gaetano " Tommy Three-Finger Brown " Lucchese, Joe Adonis, Vito Genovese, Meyer Lansky, Benjamin " Bugsy " Siegel, Mickey Cohen, and Charles " Lucky " Luciano, one of the future's most powerful Mob bosses.
Sinatra would later testify about this in court, but announced that he didn't know any Carlo Gambino, but it got to a point where he had to explain why he was attending the Havana Conference in Cuba in 1946, showing up with $ 2, 000, 000 in a silver suitcase and a picture that showed Sinatra, Charles " Lucky " Luciano, Meyer Lansky, Albert " The Executioner " Anastasia, and Carlo Gambino having a drink by a pool.
Meyer Lansky ( born Meyer Suchowljansky ; July 4, 1902 – January 15, 1983 ), known as the " Mob's Accountant ," was a Russian-born American organized crime figure who, along with his associate Charles " Lucky " Luciano, was instrumental in the development of the " National Crime Syndicate " in the United States.
* Charles " Lucky " Luciano – Founder of the National Crime Syndicate, who used Murder, Inc. as their enforcers
After leaving Walt Disney in the spring of 1928, Harman and Ising went to work for Charles Mintz on Universal's second-season Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoons.
While at Disney, Freleng worked on the Alice Comedies and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoons for producers Margaret Winkler and Charles Mintz.
In 1928, Lantz was hired by Charles B. Mintz as a director on the Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoon series for Universal Studios.
Valachi then became a soldier in the family headed by Charles " Lucky " Luciano ( eventually known as the Genovese Family ), in the crew headed by Anthony " Tony Bender " Strollo.
In the early 1930s, Buchalter joined Charles " Lucky " Luciano and other Mob bosses to form the " National Crime Syndicate.
While working on the streets, Adonis became friends with future mob boss Charles " Lucky " Luciano and mobster Settimo Accardi, who were involved in illegal gambling.
Subsequently, his criminal organization included such underworld notables as Meyer Lansky, Jack " Legs " Diamond, Charles " Lucky " Luciano, and Dutch Schultz, whose combined gangs and double-dealing with their own respective bosses subverted the entire late 19th century form of political gangsterism.
In conversation with Donald Frankos he would sadly reminisce about the violent and turbulent days in the 1920s and 1930s while he was most active in robbing banks and would always tell fellow convicts that in his opinion, during the days of Al Capone and Charles Lucania, better known as Lucky Luciano, the criminal underworld was the bloodiest.
* Gangsters Frank Costello, Benjamin " Bugsy " Siegel and Charles " Lucky " Luciano ( room 39c ) once lived in the Waldorf-Astoria.
Masseria's faction included Charles " Lucky " Luciano, Albert " Mad Hatter " Anastasia, Vito Genovese, Alfred Mineo, Willie Moretti, Joe Adonis, and Frank Costello.
Anastasia soon became close associates with future Cosa Nostra bosses Joe Adonis, Charles " Lucky " Luciano, Vito Genovese, and Frank Costello.
In September 1931, between the killing of young Vengalli and his acquittal for that death, Coll was hired by Salvatore Maranzano, who had recently crowned himself the Mafia boss of all bosses in New York City, to murder his right-hand man, Charles " Lucky " Luciano.
Murnau, who was also resident at Fox at this time, he developed his own style of lushly visual romanticism in a hugely successful series of films starring Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell, including Seventh Heaven ( 1927 ), for which he won the first Academy Award for Directing, Street Angel ( 1928 ) and Lucky Star ( 1929 ).
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He was buried in Saint John's Cemetery, Queens in New York City, as was Charles Luciano, and more than ten other lifetime friends.
Most of the luminaries in the field of electronic music ( and avant-garde music in general ) visited, worked, or studied at the Electronic Music Center, including Edgard Varèse, Halim El-Dabh, Bülent Arel, Mario Davidovsky, Charles Dodge, Pril Smiley, Alice Shields, Wendy Carlos, and Luciano Berio.
In 1990, director Barry Levinson and actor Warren Beatty provided an opportunity for Graham to take a more substantive role by casting him as Charles " Lucky " Luciano in the film Bugsy.
Supposedly arranged by Charles " Lucky " Luciano, the conference was held to discuss important mob policies, rules, and business interests.
Set in New York City, taking place from 1917 to 1931, it is a semi-fictitious account of the rise of Charles " Lucky " Luciano, Meyer Lansky, Frank Costello, and Benjamin " Bugsy " Siegel.
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Eve Arden was born Eunice M. Quedens ( pronounced qwi-DENZ ) in Mill Valley, California, to Lucille and Charles Peter Quedens.
And when it transferred to the Gielgud Theatre in London, Charles Spencer reviewing for the Daily Telegraph pronounced it the best Macbeth he had ever seen.
Instead, a group led by Charles P. Thacker designed and constructed two PDP-10 clone systems named " MAXC " ( pronounced " Max ", in honour of Max Palevsky, who had sold SDS to Xerox ) for their own use.
* The comedy-musical play Heid ( pronounced ' Heed ', a Scottish inflection of the word ' Head ') by Forbes Masson alluded to the phrenology work of George Combe, citing the pseudoscience's influence on a young Charles Darwin as an inspiration for writers.
Charles Piazzi Smyth ( pronounced ) was born in Naples, Italy, to Captain ( later Admiral ) William Henry Smyth and his wife Annarella.
The city is named after Captain Charles Howe Fremantle, the English naval officer who had pronounced possession of Western Australia and who established a camp at the site.
Charles Blount ( pronounced blunt ), 8th Baron Mountjoy and 1st Earl of Devonshire ( 1563 – 3 April 1606 ) was an English nobleman and soldier who served as Lord Deputy of Ireland under Queen Elizabeth I, then as Lord Lieutenant under King James I.
* Luis d ' Antin van Rooten's Mots d ' Heures: Gousses, Rames ( the title is in French, but when pronounced, sounds similar to the English " Mother Goose Rhymes "), in which he is allegedly the editor of a manuscript by the fictional François Charles Fernand d ’ Antin, contains copious footnotes purporting to help explain the nonsensical French text.
The popular leftist newspaper < span lang =" fr "> Le Constitutionnel </ span > pronounced this refusal " a victory over the forces of counter-revolutionaries and reactionism "< ref >< span lang =" fr "> Ledré, Charles La Presse à l ' assaut de la monarchie </ span >.
After Cameron's death in July at the hand of dragoons, Cargill continued to preach in the Torwood near Stirling and in September pronounced the sentence of excommunication against the key government figures who were persecuting the Covenanters: Charles II, James, Duke of York and James, Duke of Monmouth, Privy Councillors, John, Duke of Lauderdale and John, Duke of Rothes, the King's Advocate, Sir George McKenzie, and General Tam Dalziel of the Binns.
Joseph Charles John " Joe " Piscopo ( pronounced PIS-ka-po ) ( born June 17, 1951 ) is an American comedian and actor best known for his work on Saturday Night Live where he played a variety of recurring characters.
Some days later, on the motion of Prince Charles, it was agreed by the lords that the whipping should not be inflicted, and an order was made that in future judgment should not be pronounced, when the sentence was more than imprisonment, on the same day on which it was voted.
The title Baron Ashburnham ( pronounced " Ash-burn-am "), of Ashburnham in the County of Sussex, was created in the Peerage of England in 1689 for John Ashburnham, grandson of the John Ashburnham who assisted King Charles I to escape from Oxford and Hampton Court Palace.
Mehran Karimi Nasseri ( مهران کریمی ناصری pronounced ; born 1942 ), also known as Sir, Alfred Mehran, is an Iranian refugee who lived in the departure lounge of Terminal One in Charles de Gaulle Airport from 26 August 1988 until July 2006, when he was hospitalized for an unspecified aliment.
Wycliffe is a British television series, based on W. J. Burley's novels about Detective Superintendent Charles Wycliffe ( pronounced " Wick-lif " according to the author ).
No sentence was ever pronounced, but the House of Osuna was out of the royal favour for three decades, and only during the reign of Charles II did it again play an important role in Spanish political life.
Keynes ( pronounced " Canes ") was born in London, the second son of Geoffrey Keynes and his wife Margaret, the daughter of George Howard Darwin who in turn was the son of Charles Darwin, making him the great-grandson of Charles Darwin ( see Darwin — Wedgwood family ).
The Capitulary of Quierzy ( pronounced Kiersy ), was a capitulary of the emperor Charles II, comprising a series of measures for safeguarding the administration of his realm during his second Italian expedition, as well as directions for his son Louis the Stammerer, who was entrusted with the government during his father's absence.
William Charles Franklyn Plomer CBE ( he pronounced the surname as ploomer ) ( 1903 – 1973 ) was a South African author, known as a novelist, poet and literary editor.
Founded in 1945 on what used to be a pear orchard and hop ranch, the arboretum was originally named the Charles M. Goethe Arboretum in honor of Charles Goethe ( 1875 – 1966, pronounced " geh-teh "), a land developer, philanthropist, conservationist, eugenicist and one of the university's founding fathers, " the name was changed without fanfare to University Arboretum in 2005 " because of renewed attention to Goethe's virulently racist views, praise of Nazi Germany, and advocacy for eugenics.