(Prodcuer's synopsis.) By the late 1920's, "Scarface" Al Capone was at the height of his power as boss of the Chicago Mob. Then, in 1931, he was convicted on tax evasion and sent to prison. Two years later, came another crushing blow to organized crime: Prohibition was repealed, and the mob's main source of income dried up. How would the Chicago mob survive? This episode of History's Mysteries takes a look at the legacy of Al Capone in the city of Chicago. It expolores the primary characters that succeed him--Ton Accardo and Sam Giancana--as well as the little known stories of their reign.This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.