People, Apr. 28, 1975

"I'm all for being spoiled, and that car is a treat to ride around in," allowed Actor Ben Gazzara after driving to the Chicago premiere of Capone in Big Al's own Cadillac limousine. The six-ton, bulletproof car, built in 1928 and later used by President Franklin Roosevelt, had been specially shipped in for the premiere from its permanent display place in Niagara Falls, Canada. "I'd love to have it for city driving," quipped Gazzara, who came to the screening decked out in a Capone-style pin-stripe suit, full-length rabbit coat, and half of the extra...

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