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‘LITTLE CAESAR’ (1930) Often credited as the grandfather of “Godfather” movies, Edward G. Robinson’s gangster (l.) almost single-handedly launched the mob movie genre. Just how influential was it? Federal officials may have spun the the Racketeering Influence Corrupt Organization Act, or RICO – from the acronym based on his gangster character’s first name, according to IMDB.com.

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