|... which is "Regnillid" spelled backwards.
|This is the hard-hitting, totally true, no really story of
famous gangster John Dillinger. We first meet him on
the day he has stolen a new suit from a five year old.
|Dillinger then shoves a Twizzler in his pocket and holds up
a candy store. Oh, the irony!
|John ends up in the jug, where he starts
making new friends.
|His jolly compatriots include (left to right) Specs, Sneezy,
Romeo and Anthony Dellavorte, Certified Financial Planner.
|Once John is released from prison, he does what any loyal
friend would do. He smuggles guns to his pals inside by
hiding them in a barrel of cement -- THE SAME CEMENT BEING
USED TO EXPAND THE PRISON! Oh, the irony!
|The new gang soon begins robbing banks with the vigor
of someone who is very vigorous.
|Oh -- and Dillinger meets a young woman who will
soon play a significant role in his DOWNFALL.
|But in the meantime, Hoosiers are in a state of terror
that will remain unequaled until the glory days of Bobby Knight!
|Banks are being robbed all over Indiana, including
... El Segundo?
|The fame makes Dillinger a worldwide celebrity,
but he starts to get a little unstable.
|He takes up hobbies, including woodworking ...
|... and model railroading.
|Finally, he decides to rob a bank by using baby powder
and his gang decides it's time to move on to another
|But the girl stays in the picture. And she starts wondering
where she's going to get some money to buy Christmas presents.
|She and Dillinger decide to forget their troubles and
go to a movie theatre IT DOES TOO LOOK LIKE A
MOVIE THEATRE SHUT UP
|He is totally inconspicuous.
|Then, outside the theatre, Dillinger makes his fatal
mistake. He weighs himself and pays for it with a slug.