American Experience: Season 14, Episode 8

Public Enemy Number 1 (17 Feb. 2002)

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Episode credited cast:
Anthony Berardi ...
Susan Buchholz
Narrator (voice)
Ellen DiGiovanni
John Dillinger ...
Himself (archive footage)
Thomas Doherty ...
Jennifer Frankel
Jeannine Haas
The Public Enemy (archive footage)
J. Edgar Hoover ...
Himself (archive footage)
Gordon Kramer
Matthew McKeever
David Mitchell
Maura O'Brien
Christina Offutt


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Yet another very good installment of "The American Experience".
14 March 2012 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

PBS's "The American Experience" is an amazing series. Episode after episode, they continue to release the best quality documentaries. All are better than average and quite a few are among the best on the subjects they portray. While this show about John Dillinger is not a standout show compared to the average show in the series, it still is excellent throughout and worth seeing. It also well to other documentaries on Dillinger and the FBI's quest to bring him to justice I have seen (such as those on The History Channel). It features the usual interviews, vintage photos and film as well as a few re-enactments. Overall, it discusses the topic thoroughly and left me with my usual admiration for the series. Well worth seeing.

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