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Constantino Paul "Big Paul" Castellano (pronounced cass-TAY-lah-noh) (June 26, 1915 – December 16, 1985), also known as "The Howard Hughes of the Mob" and "Big Paulie" (or "PC" to his family), succeeded Carlo Gambino as head of the Gambino crime family, then the nation's largest Cosa Nostra family. The unsanctioned assassination of Castellano by John Gotti would spark years of animosity between the Gambinos and the other New York crime families.

Constantino Paul "Big Paul" Castellano (June 1915 – December also known as "The.

Created by me for the sake of old school gangsters like John Gotti.

Created by me for the sake of old school gangsters like John Gotti. Haha Lil Wayne is a herb

1988 Pablo Escobar at the height of his power. IMAGE: ERIC VANDEVILLE/GAMMA-RAPHO/GETTY IMAGES

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Pretty Boy Floyd, Gangster

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Joe Profaci, founder of the Profaci (later Colombo) crime family (one of the "Five Families" in New York)

Giuseppe "Joe" Profaci was a New York City Mafia boss who was the founder of the Profaci crime family (now known as the Colombo crime family). He was the family's boss for over three decades.

1992: Gotti is convicted on 13 racketeering counts, including the ordering of the murder of Paul Castellano, and sentenced to life in prison. Ten years later, he will die of throat cancer in a prison hospital.

Mafia kingpin John Gotti is convicted on 13 racketeering counts, including the ordering of the murder of Paul Castellano, and sentenced to life in prison.

Paul Castellano: Italian-American organized crime hit its stride during the 1930s, a result of several decades of Italian immigration to the United States. Pictured in 1985, Paul Castellano (center, 1915-1985) was the reputed boss of the Gambino crime family in New York City.

Paul Castellano: Italian-American organized crime hit its stride during the a result of several decades of Italian immigration to the United States. Pictured in Paul Castellano (center, was the reputed boss of the Gambino crime family in New York City.

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