TONY STEWART'S CRIME BOOKS

                          GANGSTER GALLERY

 

 This genre of fine art is a parody depicting scenes and events of the 1920’s - 1930’s bank-robbing era to
 
La Cosa Nostra- Mafia days. All pictures are self-fashioned through the eyes and imagination of the author
 
who reconstructs and revisits gangsters of the early nineteen hundreds combined with new historical
 
documentation rewriting the crime annals of American history. Fire away and fall back into this rip-roaring
 
account of America’s most infamous public enemies that reads like a famous Detective Novel portrayed in
 
photographs. Includes new facts on criminals from Al Capone, Lucky Luciano, and Sam Giancana to John
 
Dillinger, Charley "Pretty Boy" Floyd, Bonnie & Clyde, Machine Gun Kelly and the Barker-Karpis gang.
 
Note: This particular style of artwork pertains to true-to-life subjects, and the realistic events.
 
Each unique photograph includes its own caption describing the event taking place and people involved.
 
Some pictures are deliberately exaggerated to add humor, yet all pictures are of a serious nature portraying
 
the period.
 
 

Product Details

Publisher-TES-Enterprises
Published-July 22, 2012
Pages-109
Binding-Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink-Black & white
Weight-0.84 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)-8.5 wide x 11 tall

 

 

  

   

 

 

 

     

 

 

 

TONY STEWART'S Current and most recent accomplishments

 

Current Accomplishments Include:

*Contributed Dillinger photos to all-new series AMERICAN GUNS historic guns Oct. 2011. Listed in Credits.

*Interviewed by Washington CNN, by Mike M. Ahlers, September 1, 2011.

*Appeared on National Geographic Channel on October 26, 2010 in an International 4-part documentary film, entitled; “Making History - Rise of the Gangster." Interviewed by 360 Productions.

*Interview with Peter Boyles on 630 KHOW ....Denver....'s Talk Station 7-8-09 http://www.khow.com/pages/boyles.html

* Interviewed on Crime Beat with Carl Brizzi

Saturday June 20, 2009 (EST) on WIBC, 93.1 FM - WWW.WIBC.COM

* Interviewed by Don Babwin of AP Associated Press on June 18, 2009 about new Public Enemies movie

* Interviewed by Jupiter Entertainment on an updated documentary on criminals of the 1920's and 30's for the History channel. Aired in April - 2008 entitled Crime Wave - 18 months of mayhem.

* Interviewed by Morningstar Entertainment of a new documentary for the Discovery Channel, aired March 18, 19, 2006 entitled The Dillinger Conspiracy.

* Appeared in ARES World Defense Security

Magazine - August 2006 issue

* Special appearance on Golden Rose Productions Radio AM 570 Journal, KCFJ AM 570, KCNO 94.5 FM in July 2006

·History Consultant in the making of several documentary films, including The Real Untouchables Series, by Atlantic Production, which aired April 2000 on The Learning Channel.

·History Consultant for Principle Films in London for a program entitled IT Happened Here. The film aired on The Discovery Channel 2002.

·Interviewed in March 2005 issue of Yesterday's Memories magazine,

continued in April 2005 addition. Updated article on March 2007...

· Produced a Blues Music Production with brother, musical artist Ron Stewart of Bloomington, Indiana. Hit songs aired on 91.3 with 3 hit songs in the top 10 MP3.com charts. Tony Stewart co-wrote a song entitled "Seventeen" with Ron Stewart.

Other projects include theatrical writing, screen plays, producing, directing and acting in several short films for Torrance Community Cable, which include a Public Service Announcement on Crime Prevention in 1989 produced by Mr. Stewart.

* Founder/CEO of the new True Crime Writers Association,

* Founder of The Dillinger Times Club, and several "Award Winning" websites since 1995, depicting depression era gangsters and lawmen.

* 1979 - starred in comedy SWAP MEET with Danny DeVito

* In 1978, the author wrote a published article for Surfer Magazine entitled Unknown Surfers in Redondo Beach, California.




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