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The Larry Fay Story

New York, April 1931. Gangster Larry Fay, a former student of Al Capone, has his greasy fists firmly in the milk racket: he's organized milk companies into a monopoly. The price of milk was 10 cents a quart* (this was during the Depression when many people made 30 cents an hour); he increases the price 3 cents a quart-- with 2 cents going directly into Larry Fay's pockets. Stores that don't comply are wrecked, or have a hand grenade lobbed through the front window; milk companies get their milk trucks machine-gunned. Fay's partners in crime are Carl D. Arnold and nervous Fred Stegler. And so Eliot Ness and his Untouchables go on assignment to New York. When Wayne Owens, who owns a small but successful milk company, won't cooperate, Larry Fay and his hitman Frankie toss him into an elevator shaft-- from 10 stories up. Ness is on the case. Larry owns a swanky nightclub, the El Fay, and the entertainer is Sally Kansas, the toast of New York. Ness talks to Sally; she has no hard fe

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  • Originally Aired December 15, 1960
  • Runtime 50 minutes
  • Network ABC (US)
  • On Other Sites IMDB
  • Created February 12, 2020 by
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Name Type Role
Harry Essex Writer
Tommy Cook Guest Star
Larry Gates Guest Star
Allen Jaffe Guest Star
Robert Emhardt Guest Star
Jay Adler Guest Star
Paul Bryar Guest Star
Francis DeSales Guest Star
June Havoc Guest Star
Robert Karnes Guest Star
Sam Levene Guest Star
Walter Grauman Director