Interesting if rather sparse look at one of British gangland's celebrated geezers.
It's not the best made documentary ever made but the subject matter propels it along at a fair pace.
Whilst entertaining to a point it becomes rather sad when we learn about how far down the system this once 'crime king' has fallen. No more do casinos or gyms bring in the dough for this elderly ex-gangster who incidentally was one of the first people to import a Pac-Man video game into the UK.
The fact that most of his family want nothing to do with him prompts the saying that crime does not pay, especially in respect from your loved ones.
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