Boardwalk Empire: Season 1, Episode 7

Home (31 Oct. 2010)

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After Enoch's senile father breaks a leg in his isolated house, the brothers agree that he no longer can live alone and the house should be given to a loyal employee.

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Nucky purges some bad childhood memories; Jimmy forges a new alliance with a fellow veteran; Luciano and Meyer Lansky cut a deal with the D'Alessio brothers. Written by HBO Publicity

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Thee were two movie versions of Robert Louis Stevenson's "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" in 1920: one with Sheldon Lewis and the other with John Barrymore, who changed from Jekyll to Hyde with no special effect tricks and in full view of the camera. In this episode he is seen in a scene with Nita Naldi. See more »

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Jimmy says he served 3 years. The entire US involvement in WWI was 19 months, but it is obvious that the character is speaking of the whole time he was in the Army, not just during the war. In other episodes it is stated that he joined early in 1916 and fought "two years against the Kaiser" (1917-1918) before being WoA and discharged. See more »

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James 'Jimmy' Darmody: Relax, I'm not gonna kill you... Did you serve, Liam? In the war?
Liam: I had pneumatic fever.
James 'Jimmy' Darmody: Three years. France, mostly. It's almost impossible to describe the horror... It's a living... waking... nightmare... There was a soldier, a German; him and his men tried to attack our position in the Argonne forest. It was nighttime. While he was trying to climb through some barbwire, I shot him twice; once in the stomach, once in the neck. He slumped over the barbwire, and no matter what he did to try and...
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Features Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920) See more »

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Performed by James Reese Europe's 369th U.S. Infantry "Hell Fighters" Band
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