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Alvin Karpis (Character)
from The F.B.I. Story: The FBI Versus Alvin Karpis, Public Enemy Number One (1974) (TV)
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- "Deadly Shootouts"
- The Ma Barker Massacre (2016) TV episode, Played by Chris Dyer
- Spirits of St. Paul: The Gangster Era (2012) Played by John Egan
- J. Edgar (2011) Played by Manu Intiraymi
- Gangsterland (2011) (V) Played by Mike Postle
- Public Enemies (2009) Played by Giovanni Ribisi
- Birdseye (2002) Played by Pato Hoffmann
... aka "A.K.A. Birdseye" - Switzerland (original title)
- Public Enemies (1996) (V) Played by Frank Stallone
... aka "Public Enemy No. 1" - USA (TV title)
- The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover (1977) Played by Brad Dexter
- The Kansas City Massacre (1975) (TV) Played by Morgan Paull (as Alvin 'Creepy' Karpis)
- The F.B.I. Story: The FBI Versus Alvin Karpis, Public Enemy Number One (1974) (TV) Played by Robert Foxworth
... aka "Alvin Karpis: Public Enemy No. 1" - USA (alternative title)
- Ma Barker's Killer Brood (1960) Played by Paul Dubov
- The FBI Story (1959) Played by George Khoury
- "Gang Busters"
... aka "Captured" - USA (alternative title)
... aka "Gangbusters" - USA (DVD box title)
- Homer Van Meter (1952) TV episode, Played by Paul Dubov
- Alvin Karpis (1952) TV episode, Played by Paul Dubov
Fred Barker: What's the saxophone for, Al? You takin' up music?
Alvin Karpis: In a way - this kind of music's going to be our ticket to a better life. Meet "Baby".
[Karpis pulls a machine gun from his saxophone case]
Fred Barker: Wow! What a saxophone!
Ma Barker: Make way for a music lover. Al, can you really shoot this thing?
Alvin Karpis: I can make it talk, Ma. It'll tell any cop that gets in my way he made a bad mistake.
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