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Notorious TV episode..

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by Iu25, Feb 7, 2013.

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  1. Iu25

    Iu25 High-Roller

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    Happened to record a show on, I believe, the Biography Channel the other day. It is a bio series called Notorious, granted it was made in 05', it did a great job of recounting the mob influence in Vegas from the 40's on up. There were some great shots and video from Vegas, especially the North Strip in its heyday. I thought it was really well done and I enjoyed seeing some of the pictures and video that I had never seen before. Vegas sure has changed a lot, whether that is bad or good is another conversation on its own!
     
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    I saw that show too. It was really interesting. I was trying to keep an eye out for it on the schedule to let people know when it was airing again. Sorry I missed it.
     
  3. Iu25

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    I think it was on the Biography channel Sonya, you might do a search on your box to see if it comes up again, it very well might. I think alot of people on here would really enjoy it!
     
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    I friggin' love shows like that. I really liked the House of Cards biography narrated by Richard Crenna.
     
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