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The image at right appears in the book we published as shown above. While we once owned this item, we did not auction it through (which is why no price or date is listed) nor do we have it available for purchase.

Confessions of a Vice Baron, the 1943 S. Roy Luby and William A. O'Connor crime thriller ("Hired Guns - Sex Slaves - Easy Money!"; "The Inside Story of Organized Crime"; "For adults only"; about a kingpin of vice who is about to be executed in Sing Sing, and tells his story to the warden's secretary, so it can be published as a warning to young people; the film included footage from many other movies including The Pace That Kills, Smashing the Vice Trust, The Wages of Sin, Race Suicide & Mad Youth) starring Willy Castello, Lloyd Ingraham, Veola Vonn, Lester Dorr, and Clara Kimball Young. Note that this movie was based on the life of famed Mafioso Lucky Luciano (he is renamed Lucky Lombardo for the movie), and he is pursued by a Thomas Dewey-like prosecutor, and the movie shows his rise from gigolo to abortionist, to running the rackets, and at the end as he is about to be electrocuted, he stares into the camera and says "Let my fate be a warning to you that crime does not pay"! Note too that this movie sounds exactly like a story from the Lev Gleason comic book, "Crime Does Not Pay", which started publication the year before, and every story ended with a similar warning to children!
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