Mob Movie Writer Recounts The Day The Mafia Was Exposed | Screen Written

'Mob Town' screenwriter Jon Carlo recounts the day the American public was introduced to Vito Genovese, Frank Costello and countless other notorious mobsters after the 1957 Mafia summit took place in rural, upstate New York town, Apalachin.

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