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"Boardwalk Empire" Resolution (TV Episode 2012) Poster

(TV Series)

(2012)

Trivia

The term "Take it on the arches," is a reference to a line spoken by Joe Spinell to Robert De Niro in Executive Producer Martin Scorsese's "Taxi Driver."
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Fort Tilden Park, the duned beach standing in for Cape May in the last scene regarding aviatrix Carrie Duncan, was totally destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. In addition, he biplane was not real. It was a CGI effect.
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Tabor Heights is a fictional community, but the events depicted in the series are based on similar events that occurred in Atlantic Heights, a Methodist Community. The name was taken from Mount Tabor, a Methodist meeting camp located in Morris County.
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William Forsythe (I), who plays Manny Horvitz, himself played Al Capone in the TV series The Untouchables (1993-1994).
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This episode takes place from December 31, 1922 to January 1, 1923.
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Eddie Cantor's nickname was "Banjo Eyes."
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Gangsters Manny Horvitz and Gyp Rosetti, as well as aviatrix Carrie Duncan, are fictional.
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