MEET VINCENT GEBARDI AND LOUISE MAY ROLFE
"Machine Gun" Jack McGurn and his "Blonde Alibi"
HE was Al Capone's "General" of killers, trusted bodyguard, Chicago's most usual suspect, welterweight boxer, gifted golfer, and architect of the St. Valentine's Day Massacre
SHE was a dancer, gold digger, "wild child," gangster moll, homicidal driver, and Jack McGurn's alibi for the St. Valentine's Day Massacre
THEY are the prototype gangland couple who were at the very center of the Capone era criminal vortex. Through the ever-doting press, they taught Americans as well as Hollywood their gangster speak and high fashion. Every newspaper in every town followed their infamous careers. They were lewd, shocking, murderous, beautiful and talented, each in their own way. Very much like the 60's generation, Jack and Louise lived their wild lives in the subculture of the new jazz music - drinking Prohibition booze, and attending cabarets and clubs that presented the greatest musicians.