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100 Years after Gangs of New York - and we are BACK to the Naked City with 8 million stories (to steal from the 1948 film - The Naked City)

Are things any better?
Do you want to call the cops now?
Is anyone more sober now? (Doesn't seem that way)
Are there just as many ways to die?

While there are definitely more rats, there's also running water - so win some, lose some.
While the last film had a promising premise, and produced a terrible film - this one has a depressing premise, but produced a great film. Except for the opening music. But for being a tight, well paced flik, we'll let the credits music slide.

Come along to the not so far past and see how it ties in to the 19th century.

Jamie Lewis (plagueofstrength.com & IG @plagueofstrength)
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Greta Hardin (The History of American Food podcast & @THoAFood all over)
Look for us weekly and on Instagram & Threads: @pcgpodcast
100 Years after Gangs of New York - and we are BACK to the Naked City with 8 million stories (to steal from the 1948 film - The Naked City) Are things any better? Do you want to call the cops now? Is anyone more sober now? (Doesn't seem that way) Are there just as many ways to die? While there are definitely more rats, there's also running water - so win some, lose some. While the last film had a promising premise, and produced a terrible film - this one has a depressing premise, but produced a great film. Except for the opening music. But for being a tight, well paced flik, we'll let the credits music slide. Come along to the not so far past and see how it ties in to the 19th century. Jamie Lewis ( plagueofstrength.com & IG @plagueofstrength) & Greta Hardin (The History of American Food podcast & @THoAFood all over) Look for us weekly and on Instagram & Threads: @pcgpodcast leer más leer menos

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