1920s mobster Dutch Schultz's dying words presented in the abstract.

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Dutch Schultz (voice)
Wigbolt Kruyver ...
Dutch Schultz (as Wigbolt Kruijver)
Huub van der Lubbe ...
Charles "Charlie the Bug" Workman, the Killer
Maarten Wansink ...
Frank Fredericks, the Bartender
Henri Kalb ...
Otto 'Abbadabba' Berman, the Bookkeeper (as Henry Kalb)
Peter Drost ...
Abe Landau, Gangster
Jaap Postma ...
Bernard "Lulu" Rosenkrantz, Gangster
Stef van der Eijnden ...
King Lou, the Cook (as Stef van den Eynden)
Bram Kwekkeboom ...
Driver
Michael Helmerhorst ...
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In 1935, mobster Dutch Schultz was using the bathroom at the Palace chophouse in New York when Charles "Charlie the Bug" Workman walked into the back room and shot dead three of Schultz's associates: bookkeeper Otto "Abbadabba" Berman, number one henchman Abe Landau, and bodyguard Bernard "Lulu" Rosenkrantz. Schultz was still standing at the urinal in shock when Workman strolled in and shot him below the heart. When paramedics arrived, Schultz had dragged himself out and was sitting bleeding at his table. For the next twenty hours, police stenographers recorded his unbelievable death, as he rambled a few thousand bizarre words before finally muttering something unintelligable and then dying. This film is an abstract representation of what Schultz was trying to say. Written by Anonymous

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