The story of the FBI unfolds through the eyes of one of its agents. During his career he investigates gangsters, swindlers, the klu klux klan, Nazi agents and cold war spies. Written by
Col Needham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
You are crouched in a basement stairway opposite a theatre in Chicago. Keep your eyes on that FBI man across the street. He has set the trap for deadly public enemy, John Dillinger...
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Did You Know?
In 1957 Grammercy Pictures bought the rights to a 1950 novel called "The FBI Story" by Mildred and Gordon Gordon. The Gordons claimed they had earlier submitted a script to Warners before the studio purchased the rights to Don Whitehead
's book also titled "The FBI Story" for $100,000. The Gordons sued and were awarded $54,000 in damages. See more
Ma Barker did not lead the Barker gang. Alvin Karpas did. She never participated in any of the robberies. FBI agents surrounded her house and Fred did open fire. Ma Barker was killed in the crossfire, not blasting away at FBI agents. The story was manufactured after a public outcry of federal agents gunning down an old woman. See more
John Michael Hardesty
On Sunday morning he left the house. He couldn't be going to work. Since he was a Communist, we knew he wasn't going to church.
References A Lost Lady
Bye Bye Blackbird
Music by Ray Henderson
Played as background music during the Indian sequence See more