The "Prime Minister of the Underworld", Frank Costello. He was one of the most powerful, intelligent, and influential mobsters of his time and one of the few who was allowed to "retire" in his later years.

The "Prime Minister of the Underworld", Frank Costello. He was one of the most powerful, intelligent, and influential mobsters of his time and one of the few who was allowed to "retire" in his later years.

Mobster Frank Costello enjoying a cigarette— he claims to have retired completely from the racket except for owning the Beverly Club outside New Orleans, 1949.

Mobster Frank Costello enjoying a cigarette— he claims to have retired completely from the racket except for owning the Beverly Club outside New Orleans, 1949.

Rare photo of Frank Costello

Rare photo of Frank Costello

Frank Costello strides into the hearing room.

Frank Costello strides into the hearing room.

Frank Costello

Frank Costello

Keep standing on him Al, they think we're posing for a picture  lucky Luciano Al Capone pool party Costello was also present that day!

Keep standing on him Al, they think we're posing for a picture lucky Luciano Al Capone pool party Costello was also present that day!

Costello testifying before the Kefauver Committee

Costello testifying before the Kefauver Committee

Frank Costello  Costello was one of the most influential American mobsters he started his career New York City, New York, contributing heavily to the establishment of a major crime national crime syndicate Frank Costello. his sinister nickname Prime Minister of the Underworld

Frank Costello Costello was one of the most influential American mobsters he started his career New York City, New York, contributing heavily to the establishment of a major crime national crime syndicate Frank Costello. his sinister nickname Prime Minister of the Underworld

Frank Costello - Mug Shots

Frank Costello - Mug Shots

Frank Costello, mafia boss, 1935

Frank Costello, mafia boss, 1935

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