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- His brother was a bad egg... at least to the egg cream crowd. The cops brought him home drunk, he stole a car... even got a girl in trouble. He was Harry's hero.
Appearing in "The Night Chicago Died part 4 of 5"Edit
- Harry Kraft
- Arthur "Artie" Combs (Tenor Saxaphone / Ray Baker Trio)
- Detective Tommy McFadden
- Detective Michael Giambone
- Wermer (Arthur Combs' Parole Officer)
- Ray Baker (Piano / Ray Baker Trio)
- Theodore Roosevelt (Percussion / Ray Baker Trio)
- Rob Clurk (Ethlie's Boss)
- Officer Willson
- Lieutenant Eddie Danvers
Synopsis for "The Night Chicago Died part 4 of 5"Edit
"Artie" Combs goes to Harry and Ethlie for help. When the safe-cracking job that his corrupt parole officer forced him to do went sour, he knocked-out the man who caught him; only to find the next morning that he was dead and robbed. Corrupt detectives McFadden and Giambone receive a tip that "Artie" Combs is responsible, and they head to the Clam Shack looking for him. Meanwhile, Officer Willson, who is having a liaison with Beth, tips-off Lieutenant Eddie Danvers, Arson division, that McFadden and Giambone are corrupt.
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Links and ReferencesEdit
- American Century at Wikipedia
- American Century review at IGN
- American Century at Comic Vine
- American Century at Comicbookdb.com
- American Century at the Grand Comics Database Project