The life of a pair of twins (Ronald and Reginald Kray) who were born in London in 1934 and when they grew up became gangsters selling protection.
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When People are afraid of you, You can do anything. Remember that.
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The real Reggie Kray suggested that Patsy Kensit
read for the role of his wife Frances, but she declined. The part was later played by Kate Hardie
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When Reggie and Frances are talking in the garden of their mum's house, it can be clearly seen that one of the neighbours houses has UPVC double glazed windows. These did not exist in 1960s. See more
Oh, what does he want? I thought he wasn't supposed to leave his coffin when the sun was up.
[Cornell storms into the scrapyard office, clutching a newspaper
Those Kray brothers are getting on my tits.
[Charlie sends the secretary out
You know, Cornell, it's amazing you can walk at all with your foot in your mouth so much.
[Cornell throws his newspaper onto the desk. A photo of the Krays is on it with the titles "Krays join crime fight" and "Businessmen aid charity boxing night"
The infamous 'Chelsea Smile' scene was reduced in the UK cinema version but was later restored fully uncut for video releases after 2002. See more
Referenced in St George's Day
Written by Chris Rea
Published by Warner Chappels Music
By Arrangement with Chappell Music Ltd. See more