Dillinger And Capone
|Dillinger and Capone|
|File:Jon Purdy Dillinger and Capone movie poster.jpeg|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Jon Purdy|
|Produced by||Mike Elliott|
|Written by||Michael B. Druxman|
|Music by||Steve Cohn|
|Cinematography||John B. Aronson|
|Edited by||Norman Buckley|
Hillwood Entertainment Production
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On July 22, 1934 George (Don Stroud) is shot and runs to John Dillinger’s door. George calls out to John but when John answers the door it’s turns out to be his brother Roy (Joe Estevez). Roy Tells George that John’s at the movies, George tells Roy to tell John (Martin Sheen) about the setup about the guards trying to killing him in the theater.
Roy Runs to the biograph theater to found out he’d been set for what was supposed to happen to his brother, Perkins (Michael C. Gwynne) shoots Roy to death thinking it’s John Dillinger.
John Dillinger (Martin Sheen) hears the gunshots and goes inside the Biograph Theater to see his brothers dead body on the floor.
Al Capone (F. Murray Abraham) walks out of the front door of jail and bumps into two reporters trying to talk to him about how is forgotten that he was the king of Chicago.
Cecil (Stephen Davies) drives Al Capone (F. Murray Abraham) in taxi to take him to Chicago.
John (Martin Sheen) and Sam (Michael Oliver) drive to the post office to pick up some mail.
John and Sam then arrive at their home to see John’s wife/ Sam’s mom Abigail (Catherine Hicks) waiting on the porch, Sam then tells his mom what John got for her saying the John bought her some chocolates.
An Entertainment Weekly review in 1995 gave the film a "C minus" rating and described it as "far-fetched fiction". 
- "Jon Purdy - Filmography". British Film Institute. Retrieved 13 September 2021.
- "Dillinger and Capone". TV Guide. Retrieved September 13, 2021.
- "Dillinger and Capone". Letterboxd. Retrieved September 13, 2021.
- "Dillinger and Capone". Entertainment Weekly. August 18, 1995. Retrieved 12 September 2021.
- "Dillinger and Capone". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 13 September 2021.
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