Mobster Jake Kuzik is a major liquor supplier in Chicago and he doesn't hesitate to use strong arm tactics to keep his network of distributors and retailers in check. He's been having ... See full summary »

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Mobster Jake Kuzik is a major liquor supplier in Chicago and he doesn't hesitate to use strong arm tactics to keep his network of distributors and retailers in check. He's been having trouble getting supply lately and he comes under pressure - helped along by Eliot Ness and his men - to find liquor for sale or else. He forms an alliance with an arch-rival, Bugs Moran, to import half a million gallons of whiskey by train and they set up a clever deception to keep Federal agents off the scent. Written by garykmcd

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Harry Morgan as Bugs Moran?!
25 March 2016 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

In this installment of "The Untouchables", Nehemiah Persoff is back as Jake Guzik...a nasty mob boss in Chicago. However, oddly, Bugs Moran is played by a different actors than the ones who played him previously--Lloyd Nolan and Robert Wilke. For some reason, they cast Harry Morgan is this incredibly lethal boss of all bosses.

Jake Guzik is one of the big suppliers of booze in the city. He and Bugs Moran are anything but friends. However, in this episode they decide to bury the hatchet and work together for a change instead of trying to kill each other. And, with Ness learning of this unholy partnership, it's a good bet the two scum-bags will come up short by the end of the show.

This was a decent show BUT I thought Harry Morgan was all wrong for Moran...not menacing enough. Still, it is enjoyable.


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