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
Many of the gangster demises were "Hollywoodized". Baby Face Nelson and the two FBI agents died in a shootout in an open field, not a wooded area. Nelson did not die immediately but got back in his car, drove a short distance and then died of his wounds. The only factual part is that both FBI agents did die by their car. See more
Firing range instructor
[Holding up an automatic weapon
Let me repeat again - get to know this weapon. Craftiness can solve many a criminal case, but with hoodlums you sometimes need a good conscientious, hard-working machine gun.
References Kansas City Princess
from "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Music by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Played during the wedding ceremony See more