Eliot Ness: An Untouchable Life (2006)

Genres - History, Theater  |   Sub-Genres - Biopic [feature], Filmed Play  |   Run Time - 105 min.  |   Countries - USA  |  
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Max Allan Collins - the author of the graphic novel that formed the basis of Sam Mendes's picture The Road to Perdition - qualifies as one of the leading experts on early 20th century crime and law enforcement. Collins parlayed his insights on these subjects into an Edgar Award-winning, one-man stage show on the life and career of anti-mob agent Eliot Ness, the legendary figure who helped bring down Al Capone and gained immortality via The Untouchables. The home video release Eliot Ness: An Untouchable Life presents a filmed version of the original stage play, starring Michael Cornelison of Remington Steele and Hunter fame.

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FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation), gangster, Prohibition