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Directed by Brian Helgeland. With Tom Hardy, Emily Browning, Taron Egerton, Paul Anderson. Identical twin gangsters Ronald and Reginald Kray terrorize London during the

The Blind Beggar -  Whitechapel opposite The London Hospital.The darkest piece of Blind Beggar pub history is that this is also the pub where Ronnie Kray, a notorious East End gangster (along with his twin brother Reggie) walked into the bar and shot a man in cold blood in front of the shocked patrons.

The Blind Beggar - Whitechapel opposite Royal London Hospital. Where founder of the Salvation Army delivered his first sermon.Fodor's says to watch out for muggers in this area. I guess not much has changed since Jack the Ripper days.

Ronnie and Reggie Kray pictured in the 1960s

Weapons and personal items belonging to the Kray twins revealed

The film tells the story of the identical twin gangsters Reggie and Ronnie Kray, two of the most notorious criminals in British history, and their organised crime empire in the East End of London during the 1960s.

Legend (2015)

Get Legend DVD and Blu-ray release date, trailer, movie poster and movie stats. In the and twin brothers Reggie and Ronnie Kray were the terror of London during a time when many considered the city to be Europe's version of Las.

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Ready to roll: The actor, dressed as Ronnie Kray, was shooting a pivotal scene with Australian actress Emily Browning, who plays future wife Frances Shea

Tom Hardy smokes 'Shisha Pen' between takes on the set of Krays biopic

Ready to roll: The actor, dressed as Ronnie Kray, was shooting a pivotal scene with Australian actress Emily Browning, who plays future wife Frances Shea

Jack McVitie, more commonly known as Jack the Hat, was a notorious criminal from London of the 1950s - 1960s. He is posthumously famous for triggering the imprisonment and downfall of the Kray twins.

Jack McVitie, more commonly known as Jack the Hat, was a notorious criminal from London of the - He is posthumously famous for triggering the imprisonment and downfall of the Kray twins.

Reggie Kray and his beautiful bride Frances Shea on their wedding day, 20th April 1965. Frances was never cut out for the 'gangster wife' role and tried suicide on several occasions, eventually succeeding by taking an overdose of pills on 7th June 1967.

Kray twin Reggie Kray and his wife, Frances, on their Wedding Day by David Bailey April 1965


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