Jimmy forges new relationships in Chicago; Nucky fetes a U.S. Senator; Chalky fingers a lynching suspect; Margaret and Lucy clash.

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While entertaining guests for his birthday party, Nucky makes it clear to invited guests Senator Edge and Jersey City mayor Frank "I am the law" Hague that he wants the highway funds earmarked for Jersey to come to the Atlantic City area as prospective tourists have no choice but to travel muddy dirt roads to the resort center. When Luciano has no luck finding Jimmy's whereabouts from wife Angela, he dispatches a subordinate to use draw him out into the open by disfiguring his prostitute mistress. Chalky tortures the Grand Ctclops of the local KKK chapter and discovers the Klan is not responsible for the lynching. Written by duke1029@aol.com

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Crime | Drama | History

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The Anastasia of the title refers to Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova, daughter of Czar Nicholas and Czarina Alexandra, who were assassinated by the Bolsheviks in 1918 along with their entire family. Between 1920 and 1922 several women falsely claimed to be the princess. The most famous of these was Anna Anderson, who was the subject of the award-winning movie "Anastasia," which won a 1956 Oscar for its star, Ingrid Bergman, See more »

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Joan Crawford is pictured on a cover of "Photoplay" magazine in 1920. Crawford did not make her first film until 195 and made her first appearance in the publication in 1927. See more »

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Gillian Darmody: Mrs. Darmody?
Gillian Darmody: Yes?
Lucky Luciano: I'm a friend of James.
Gillian Darmody: His friends call him Jimmy. So who are you really?
Lucky Luciano: I'm, uh, what you call an acquaintance from New York.
Gillian Darmody: That part I suspected. What's your name?
Gillian Darmody: Never mind my name. Is he here or ain't he?
Gillian Darmody: He's not.
Lucky Luciano: Then where is he?
Gillian Darmody: Maybe he's up your ass. Have you considered looking there?
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References Broken Blossoms (1919) See more »

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Danse Exotique (from The Bal Masque)
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Written by Wilson G Smith
Performed by Vince Giordano and His Nighthawks Orchestra
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Anastasia-No Memory Lapses Here ***
16 October 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

With a backdrop of a young girl claiming to be the survivor of the Romanoff family, our story continues.

We see hate at its worst with a meeting of the Klan and how a black man retaliates against a Klan member.

Nucky is naturally up to his old tricks and Jimmy's girlfriend feels the full wrath of a gangster who was told by her where he could go.

We also view corruption by a U.S. senator which is nothing surprising given the nature of the period.

Our Irish lass seems to be making a life for herself after being widowed in the first episode. She is starting to like clothes as she swipes something from the store she is working in.


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